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Tuesday, December 20, 2005

So cute I could squeeze what stuffin' is left right out of him


Here he is again - the FIL. He does not have his toofers in because of the surgery but it went really well. It was same day surgery, so he is already at home. This is the best I have seen him in a while - color was good, had an appetite (which is great since he weighs a buck fifteen soaking wet), talking and joking with the fam. See those three mama hens around him? The one leaning down is Aunt Rita Mae, the one next to her is Aunt Joanne and the one on the other side by herself is Aunt Regina who, truth be told, is the biggest mama hen of them all. They futz and fuss on him so much but it is so damn cute, I swear. He laps it alllllllll up too. You see, the MIL - not so much of a caregiver. Not into the coddling even when that is what is really needed. No one ever died from being spoiled a little. I won't go into some of the incredibly insensitive things she said just today - one of them being for him to hurry up and pee so she could go home since she was tired from their early trip to the hospital. Oh yeah, she said it. Man just got a growth excised from his body but by God he better piss so she can take a snooze. Unreal. Anyways, these are the hens and I really love them. My husband has such a caring family and they really show their love for each other which I think is wonderful. I mean every time poor Mr. Vincent (the FIL) has been in the hospital, the whole damn clan is there practically. That's how it should be though, right? Family is there for each other. Family does for each other. At least that's what I think. I'm glad that the hens obviously believe that too. :)

Elizabeth at 3:47 PM

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at 3:57 PM Blogger Sheila said...

Wishing him a speedy recovery. Merry Christmas!

 
at 4:26 PM Blogger Tammy said...

Cannot believe that the MIL said that. How incredibly rude.

 
at 4:28 PM Blogger MilkMaid said...

Good to read he's doing well SFG.

And the hens are usually the glue that binds the family, thankfully. :)m

 
at 4:55 PM Blogger Tara B! said...

Glad the hens were there to take care...maybe one of them should lay an egg on MIL's head?

Just a thought.

 
at 5:11 PM Blogger Nap Queen said...

tara b! I'm cracking up. Your comment was great. SFG, he IS precious and I'm glad he's got some great women on his side. MIL can piss off.

 
at 5:56 PM Blogger Kelly said...

That photo speaks volumes! Speedy recovery vibes to your FIL!

 
at 6:59 PM Blogger Spikey1 said...

Again, my thoughts are with you all.

 
at 9:47 PM Blogger Football Widow said...

I love that he has the hens to take care of him! Glad it went well.

 
at 10:23 PM Blogger Kami said...

Aw...

 
at 5:20 AM Blogger JD's Rose said...

I'm with Kami on this one... aawww

 
at 7:47 AM Blogger Danielle said...

hope he recovers quickly, he is such a cute little guy!

 

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