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11/23/2017 5:41:34 PM

Dave, I don't think the Hooligans will be making a Christmas picture this year. They plan on doing a letter to Santa, at least I hope they will. They are getting old, and Patches is really showing her age, and is having a lot of hip problems. They are full of beggar lice, and hair balls, and I'm having a time trying to get all that out. I don't see how I did all what I did before retirement. I hope you have a nice Thanksgiving and a Merry Christmas.

11/23/2017 5:41:31 PM

Dave, I don't think the Hooligans will be doing a Christmas picture this year. Patches is getting hip problems and really not looking well right now. They are all full of beggar lice and really need a good cleanup. The are going to try and do a letter to Santa, and we'll probably use an old picture. Hope you had a nice Thanksgiving. Stay warm. Mary

11/18/2017 7:38:45 AM

Mary, wow, you are active after retirement. I have been retired for going on nine years and have enjoyed every minute of it. I truly loved what I did for a career for 41 years but I retired to some thing I like even better. It looks like you have done the same thing. It's going to be a good time for you. Harvesting is done here too. We mostly grow corn and beans in Nebraska. Some small grain and alfalfa but the majority is corn. Far Western Nebraska is mostly range and cattle ranches. What a scare to not find Patches for a whole day. It never seems to be a dull moment with those rascal dogs of yours. Will you be trying to get a Christmas picture this year? Your Christmas picture stories of the past have been hilarious. Have a great retired day Nebraska Dave

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