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  1. LuvThemPluggers commented on Herman about 11 hours ago

    I told my brother he was adopted and he said, “Oh, thank gawd!”

  2. LuvThemPluggers commented on Pickles about 12 hours ago

    Earl didn’t refuse anything, though. It should read “missed a nap.” Very different experience.

  3. LuvThemPluggers commented on For Better or For Worse 1 day ago

    When my husband was young and thought he could do anything, he volunteered to go up in the attic at his work and do some wiring. You guessed it, he fell right into the shop like a clumsy burglar! After that, he had a new nickname at work: China Bull. For “Bull in a china shop.” It stuck for many years.

  4. LuvThemPluggers commented on Pluggers 1 day ago

    That might account for her less-than-thrilled expression!

  5. LuvThemPluggers commented on Arlo and Janis 3 days ago

    Yes! Why wouldLuddie get old when Arlo and Janis don’t? The aging of pets is a cruel reminder that we do, too. We’ve been lucky to have our current kitty for 18 years, but she’s on thyroid meds and eats special renal diet food. She’s happy and that’s what matters. We’ve been through a lot together.

  6. LuvThemPluggers commented on Pluggers 3 days ago

    Hear, hear, what Linda said! You get to a certain age and find that living is hazardous to your health. After that, any way you can manage to walk is good. Snazzy shoes are long gone and sensible shoes win.

  7. LuvThemPluggers commented on Pluggers 3 days ago

    Nope, it’s walking shoes, big difference. And notice he’s walking on grass, a softer landing, if necessary.

  8. LuvThemPluggers commented on Arlo and Janis 4 days ago

    I thought everyone knew that helping clean up the kitchen (including dishes) is the sexiest thing a man can do. Not sure if it was Erma Bombeck or Dear Abby who said that, but tis t’true!

  9. LuvThemPluggers commented on Pluggers 4 days ago

    He’s a very “well rounded” plugger, indeed.

  10. LuvThemPluggers commented on Arlo and Janis 5 days ago

    I have a (now banned) copy of Disney’s Song of the South where real people sing with flocks of cartoon bluebirds and it’s wonderful. I recall seeing it in a theater when I was a small child.