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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 07-03-2019, 02:39 AM Thread Starter
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A long 2 years

Hello again. Dharma and I have been away from the forum for 2 years roughly. It would be wrong to say I haven't missed it. Dharma is now 6 years old. Rather hard to believe...
We now have a new granddaughter who is almost a one year old and lives at home with us. Dharma has been very good with her right from the beginning. My poor puppy puts up with the baby pulling her tags on her collar and lying all over her. Probably the best part to Dharma is the fact that food gets dropped all over the floor these days.
I need to teach myself how to navigate the forum and get my stuff back to where I had it previously. I have also had to get a new computer and a new phone in that time so I am really behind the 8 ball. It feels good to be in contact with you all again. Only now a lot of my posts would probably be in regards to an older dogs issues(LOL).

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Hello again. Dharma and I have been away from the forum for 2 years roughly. It would be wrong to say I haven't missed it. Dharma is now 6 years old. Rather hard to believe...
We now have a new granddaughter who is almost a one year old and lives at home with us. Dharma has been very good with her right from the beginning. My poor puppy puts up with the baby pulling her tags on her collar and lying all over her. Probably the best part to Dharma is the fact that food gets dropped all over the floor these days.
I need to teach myself how to navigate the forum and get my stuff back to where I had it previously. I have also had to get a new computer and a new phone in that time so I am really behind the 8 ball. It feels good to be in contact with you all again. Only now a lot of my posts would probably be in regards to an older dogs issues(LOL).
Welcome back!

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Welcome Back!! and Congratulations on your new Grandbaby... Happy Birthday to Dharma... she is 6 now right??? same year as Mr. Ferguson who just turned 6 last month.
I for one, will be looking forward to Photo's posted of both GBaby and Dharma... Fergy is almost completely Sugar face now, but I have no contact with him, as my X got custody. That may
all change in a few months. I have HIGH hopes of reconnecting with Mr. F ... I believe he and Zeke will be best friends in no time..
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post #4 of 8 (permalink) Old 07-03-2019, 11:36 PM Thread Starter
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Yes Dharma has a sugar face too but it is under her chin only still. I am so sorry to hear that your ex has Mr Ferguson.
Dharma is May 24 2013. I too have undergone a stressful last year and Dharma really has been by my side and my therapist. I will have to teach myself to upload pictures of Alexa.

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Grandbabies are just the best.
Twin grandsons, not quite 2 yet, and my son is expecting his first child in October.
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OH You YOUNGSTERS.... My youngest Granddaughter just got her first car for (yes you can quote me on this) Turning 16...

I will be looking forward to the Greatgrands when those little buggers start arriving. It is just me and the dogs for now!!
I really look forward to the Baby days again.... Kids and Puppies all seem to grow up at the same rate.... and then all we can do is look back with our Heart on our sleeve... ( and your photo album on your Lap)
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OH You YOUNGSTERS.... My youngest Granddaughter just got her first car for (yes you can quote me on this) Turning 16...
My oldest granddaughter is 18. We just had a lot of years between grandbabies. She hated giving up, the only grandchild title. But still happy she's the only granddaughter.
Them getting their own car is nice.
She comes over to have dinner with us often.

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We had my husband's 55th birthday and Alexa's 1st birthday party on the weekend. I had company from out of town all weekend. My daughter's best friend has a 2 year old daughter. Poor Dharma.... the 2 year old would not leave her alone. Puppy? Puppy? Where is Puppy? She would find her and was just all over her. My granddaughter would just grab her by the ears and the collar. I was at times surprised at how patient Dharma was. It was insight into what is about to come, but I'm surprised that Dharma was so good. I hope that because Alexa is Dharma's human puppy she will be very good with her.

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