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Rossie
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Posted -  29/12/2007  :  16:34
As there seems to be quite a bit of artistic talent around here, I thought I would start a pencil sketch section .....


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moh
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Posted - 02/02/2010 : 13:26
Plenty of time for them later!!!!


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frankwilk
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Posted - 02/02/2010 : 14:13
Thank's have e-mailed conor a couple of pic's Thought I would try the soldier first, then the two great grandparents



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Stanley
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Posted - 02/02/2010 : 17:13
Mom, glad you are looking after him. Re. girls, spread the word he has a nasty disease, that ought to do it!  Same problem I have with Jack, half a teaspoonfull of hormones racing round his system! One of the advantages of old age is that mine have slowed down somewhat. (I think...)


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conty
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Posted - 02/02/2010 : 20:22
oh stanley you make me smile!!!! cant keep the ole dog down eh!! oh its melanie by the way conor is busy emailing frank back. so there could be another master piece in the making
and conor would kill me if i spread that word!! his coach says im terrible as it is. but girls drive me nuts always at the door or on the phone ergh hes sweet on one girl and i dont mind that, its the others that drive me nuts haha i now know how my father must of felt with me!!! my poor dad i must of gave him some headaches LOL

moh thats what i tell him all the time!! you must have sons too

Edited by - conty on 02/02/2010 20:26:18


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Stanley
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Posted - 03/02/2010 : 05:34
Melanie, I have three daughters and five grand-daughters. Nothing I ever did or said made the slightest difference so relax. You brought him up right so with a bit of luck he'll have enough sense to avoid the pitfalls. As for what happens to your libido as you get older, I suspect mine is still alive and well somewhere but to be honest I just don't want the hassle so if it is there it dosen't bother me. Just as well really......


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conty
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Posted - 03/02/2010 : 06:58
(melanie) my grandfather feels the same stanley, after nan passed away women kept inviting him for dinner etc hes a bit of a sean connary look alike. he made me laugh as i was encouraging him not to be on his own and to seek female company. but he was having none of it. a few weeks of putting up with this he comes round with a new female puppy (he was 85 then) he was all smiles and happy. 'whats her name?' i asked 'sheila' he said what??? funny name to call a dog..... ah well when the women ask me out i just say i cant, i gotta get home for sheila. apparently it worked!!! because its still just the two of them LOL none of them have guessed sheilas a dog!!!

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moh
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Posted - 03/02/2010 : 11:21
No Melanie - I had 3 daughters.


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conty
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Posted - 03/02/2010 : 16:01
(melanie) moh 3 girls!!! 3 weddings!!! hope you have more than 1 bathroom, my best friend has 3 girls and we go on holiday with them, there is never more than 5 mins of peace, they are lovely and i love them but they seem harder work and more worry than boys, but all the same i would of loved to have been blessed with a daughter, but i wouldnt change a thing, even if i could, my boys are my life


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conty
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Posted - 03/02/2010 : 19:07
sad sad day, meg our dog passed away today so i am not feeling great, everyones in tears
 chally picked up his drawing tonight, hes was so pleased he had tears in his eyes, well that made two of us!  but i am quite sad to see the picture go, i got quite attached to her, but shes gone to a good home as he was excited, tearful and pleased to bits


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Stanley
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Posted - 04/02/2010 : 07:35
Dogs dying are just as great a loss in emotional terms as humans. It's the penalty you pay for unconditional love. When my 19 year old Jack Russell, Eigg, died it took me six months to get over it. Give it time....


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moh
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Posted - 04/02/2010 : 13:58
I am still not over the death of my Shih Tzu Sam will be 2 years in May - I think about him most days and still get tears in my eyes when I do. (Got them now!!)


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conty
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Posted - 04/02/2010 : 23:04
mum and dad are bad mums ribs ache where she has cryed so much, she was dads girl and she followed him everywhere, because she was ssoooo big 11 stone newfoundland i think dad feels lost without her, cant see it being long before another turns up here, but mum said its got to be smaller this time as meg thought she was a lap dog and would crush her in the chair when she wanted a cuddle and i think the costs are so much higher with a giant breed, i think its cost them not far off £3000, not that they have complained as they said she was worth every penny, but i know they have found it hard


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Stanley
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Posted - 05/02/2010 : 06:03
Tell your mum there's a lot to be said for a pair of Jack Russells or a retired greyhound. The latter are only young dogs and are real couch potatoes.


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belle
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Posted - 05/02/2010 : 08:23
Sad to hear your news Conty, like Stanley said , time is the only thing that eases it. 


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moh
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Posted - 05/02/2010 : 14:08
My friend breeds Newfies - she lives in a terraced house and at the moment has 4.  She has had champion dogs which have won at Crufts, but most of the breed seem to die relatively young.
My granddaughter has just bought a jack russell/poodle cross - what a cutie.


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