Ooooh...I think you and my husband would have some meaningful conversations. History repeats, over & over. I fear for the future of my two grandsons. :(
I much rather read about Clarissa Harlowe "Clara" Barton, F*A*G* memorial #63. :)
I so appreciated your visits and notes to my parents. I have enjoyed being able to see the photos of your family. The one of you and Henri is my favorite. What a couple of handsome guys!
|Charlie Faye Dickerson Young||Thank You|
Thank You for your note to me about the catnip. I never was one for anything except Fancy Feast but enjoy it. You have a great MOM. Send lots of notes. I like to know what every kitty is doing here on the bridge.
I just wanted to stop by and THANK YOU so much for the lovely tokens you left for my loved ones. How very kind and thoughtful of you, and it is so much appreciated. You are a blessing.
May God bless you and your family always~
|sniksnak||RE: Your Loving Kindness|
Oh silly man, nothing. Absolutely nothing. As I said, it was a pleasure to post your loved ones' photos and sponsor them. I'll give you another call soon. I have a very ill cat and lost my Puglena yesterday, so it will be a few days. Huggles, dear one! ❤
Added by sniksnak on Jan 16, 2014 7:38 PM
|sniksnak||RE: Posted Photos|
No need for thanks, dear John. ❤ My pleasure! They're headed back to you. I posted them in this morning's mail. Love and huggles, Suse
Added by sniksnak on Dec 17, 2013 10:21 AM
|Clerget Rotary||RE: En l'aire mon enfants!|
Hi, LOL! on comment. Oberursel's were German versions of Gnome Rotaries. Some say they were better than the actual Gnomes. In WW1 the Germans were running out of metal and spare parts to keep the 'Obes going. So they started scrapping parts and engines off of shot down French & German planes. Clergets were wholly British as used in the Sopwith family of fighters. Peace, Blessings.
|rfb Jenkins||Happy Thanksgiving|
Thank you so much for visiting my furry friends
Thank you so much for visiting my precious BaileeCat angel.
I truly appreciate your kindness and warm heart. I sure miss my girl very much, you made my day.
Have a wonderful day and week ahead!
You're most welcome, dear John. Saint-Exupéry is one of my favorites and his 'Wind, Sand and Stars' is chocked full of such beautiful tidbits of wisdom and sage advice. I'm so pleased you recognized that line.
Much love and many huggles, Suse
Added by sniksnak on Nov 13, 2013 4:16 PM
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