Thursday, January 10, 2008
All is Well with Fred
Well folks, it looks like Fred's going to make a full recovery. Sorry Margo - no burger today. It seems there was no threat of Mad Cow Disease. He simply had a common cold. Who knew a cold would send a cow belly up? Seems he and Bessie are happy to be together again. He gave her quite a scare. I don't think she knew a cold would do that either. Funny, it does it to men. She should have at least guessed. She might have watched this video and saved herself the fright. For that matter, it might have helped me too. Do you have any idea what it's like living under week long quarantine for Mad Cow Disease?
Until I write again ...
Who wrote this? Flea When? 08:20
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I love that video. :D
Very funny vid! And so true!!
The MAN COLD!! HEE HEE
Btw, I'll tell CJ to stop causing tears!! :-)
Thanks Hallie. :) You know better. You couldn't ask for a sweeter, more manly son. The best of both worlds.
Margo, I'm so sorry about that burger.
Sure you are. :P
That's such great news about Fred. I'm so relieved!
I'm glad to hear Fred made a full recovery. Can't wait to see where they end up next.
Man Cold - yep much different than a woman cold!
But is Fred any better than our dog? That is the burning question. I'd rather be out for a week with a cold than be unable to perform.
What a great chuckle I got out of that video! Thanks Flea!
Hmmm ... is Fred any better than the dog who can't perform? Fred can't give milk, since Fred's male. That's non-performance. But I guess it doesn't count. Hey, one or the other, the dog's job got done. :)
And yes, Kidzmama, next time our husband's get colds we say (repeat after me) "Poor little bunny.)
Now isn't that so true. They forgot to add the kids who are also sick and vomiting. LOL
Projectile vomiting, Jan. :) Somehow I don't think I'd have the stomach to sit through that one. :)
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