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    Posted: Mar/17/2018 at 9:46pm
I finally have an updated picture of my adult children. I am so proud of each of them. I have two inlaw children, Jessica and Jesse. They have brought so much joy to our family times.



This was taken at Christmas time.

The picture below is our new family member Annie. She is a Black Lab Pyrenees, she will be a bigger girl later this year. We adopted her from my niece who wanted her but was not able to keep her because her older dog and Annie together were like a tornado.



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What a great looking family
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Beautiful family Tammie and Annie seems to be settling in very nicely:)

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Annie is smiling.
Five knee surgeries from 1970 to 2000. Knee replacement in 2000.Spinal stenosis surgery in May of 2002. Diagnosed with Pseudogout in 2005, effecting hands, knees, and shoulders. Emergency surgery in March of 2006 for spinal infection of L 2 and L 3. During surgery, discovered I had Cauda Equina Syndrome. Spine became unstable after surgery and had 360 fusion with 10 pedicle screws, plates and rods in April of 2007. Retired early as a high school principal. Recently, have had trigger finger surgery on both hands as well as surgery for severe bi-lateral Carpal Tunnel disease.
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Thank you everyone.

Annie is a trooper. She got used to us fast. She used to live with my neice's family. They got her in October. Annie was born in August. She is now 7 months old. She is a smart girl and loves to play and run around like a wild girl.

My kids are all doing well. I am so proud of each of them.

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Tammie

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bunches of just for you Stevie, Bailey and Dick.

Annie is an awesome friend. She smiles a lot and truly loves my husband and I. She is a good girl and is obedient. I try not to let her get bored as she will find trivial things to chew up and tear. Her favorite is magazines.

She has a hang up about jumping/hoping into the car. I am not sure why or how to remedy this. She will need to get to the vet and groomers soon. I dont have the umph to lift her big bod into my car.
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We also had a dog who just hated the car. Never could cure it!! I hope you can find someone to help you lift her into your car as I know that you can’t possibly do it alone. I’m unsure if there are any contraptions available to help, but maybe look online at the large pet stores to check?

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