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@DeAnn
Well said.
Anything that takes you out of yourself for a while is certain to be good.
You are lucky, surrounded with all that love. Animals and children give unreservedly. It is a healing bath. Stroke pushes us back into a second childhood where we have to relearn so much.
Just like a child, frequent naps help, more in fact, they are necessary for growth or regrowth.
Stop me now, I’m probably very wrong, but it does seem right.
Who am I to say?
I do drone on at times.

Keep on keepin’ on
:writing_hand: :grin: :teapot:

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I think you are exactly right, based on my own experiences. And I for one enjoy having your feedback, additions and musings.

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@DeAnn you are so right. The way to move forward is to push the boundaries a bit. There will no doubt be some trips & falls along the way but as long as they’re nothing setious tyen whats the harm.

I think pets are very astute. I no longer have one but always found my cat to be tuned into my feelings (except in his schizophrenic moments).

I am totally in awe of how we you’re doing given all you’ve been through. Very inspiring.

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Good to hear @DeAnn and I agree about the animals knowing that your a bit vulnerable. My lovely rescue cat (that’s him on my profile pic) certainly knew and is very sweet. He’s FIV so has to stay indoors and only goes outside in catio but he follows me around the house an pines when I go out.

You’ve done great looking after your grandson & his pup.

Well done!

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Your cat looks like my grandkitty. So adorable! There are many studies in cats and dogs being able to sense illness in humans. They are such amazing creatures!

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