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Thursday, May 28, 2020

Thoroughly Thankful and Poetic Thursday #22

Today I'm joining Brian's House for 2Thankful Thursday.
Hosted by Brian 
Oh friends do we have a big thankful

1. On Saturday May 23, 2020...we received a phone call from Debra,our
dear, devoted hair salon owner.  We have not had our furs cut in 3 months.  (The middle of February).  I am pleased a punch to give you 
Breaking news
Debra will be working her magic on our furs at 
10 am, next Tuesday, June 2, 2020.  You might hear joy and jubilation
coming from Debra'S Salon

2.  I am proud and thankful to have been one of 
TWO FIRST COMMENTERS  
on Teddy's Tuesday Teaser
We both commented at 8:04 am 

Sharon (Friends Furever) and Cecilia (Down Home In NC)



Today we join Two  SPOILED CATS 
Angel Sammy and Teddy for their poetic pictorial poem.


Here is today's inspiration











24 comments:

  1. we neither... even a ladder is a challenge. our grandparents have the same problem with the groomer, our grampy has the pawfect hippie hairstyle now LOL

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  2. Momma wuz so happy when she could get her hair dyed again!

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  3. Excellent poem! So well expressed. Gail too has a fear of heights, which she thinks dates back to an episode when she was a child and she was made to walk along a partially collapsed sea wall with the tide coming in on either side...

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  4. Happy to hear your furs will be trimmed SOON....I was thrilled to get mine whacked off this week. We absolutely love your poem too - it's just how we feel - just looking at that photo kinda makes me dizzy!!! Thanks for having fun with us on poetry day every week. It's so much fun to read everybody's poems isn't it??

    Hugs, Pam

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  5. Love your poem and I'm with you - I'm not crazy about heights either. We are thrilled that you have a hair appointment after waiting for so long!

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  6. That is such a great poem. You all have a fantastic day.

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  7. I am glad you are able to get your hair cut at last. Our hairdressers are not starting up again until the beginning of July. Of course it may change as there is another assessment meeting today.
    I agree with you with the view from the balcony. There is no possible way I would sit out there.

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  8. Mom got her furs done two weeks ago. One person at a time with the door locked between clients, and wearing a mask. But it got done. WHEW!

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  9. Hari OM
    It's a funny thing; I have vertigo and can get that just looking up at tall buildings (witness tomorrow's post on Wild YAM); I can walk high places, fly no bother and would even parachute if needed... but ask me to go out on a balcony like that, or to the edge of a cliff??? NO WAY!!! I know from experience (and again I point to tomorrow's post) that if there is nothing proper to focus on, I'm a goner... YAM xx

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  10. lol.........I had the redneck otherwise known as hubby trim 3 inches off my mop
    but all he had to do was make a straight cut

    love the picture and your poem

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  11. MOL Mom is still doing the overgrown look. We wouldn't like to be that high up.

    The Florida Furkids

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  12. Our mom is still waiting for hair dressers to open around here. We love your poem and think it's perfect for that picture. Mom says she wouldn't be too fond of going close to that edge with just a glass wall for a railing.

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  13. LOVE the poem, all of it and you said at the end the same thing i thought when i saw it on another blog. NOPE! not gonna happen and agree also would not even go inside the room with that view... i don't fly or go in caverns but i do love hiking in woods and trees. YAY for a haircut. hope you got the first day she is open. when i get past 4 weeks from a haircut I can't stand the way it feels

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  14. Those are wonderful thankfuls and a fun poem, yes, that's way too high. Hey, want to see a pretty view? We had a new to us blogger (Natasha Musings Garden Love) visit us today, the view from her terrace is amazing. Thanks for joining our Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!

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  15. You get your haircut on Tuesday and we get ours on Thursday. Being thrilled can't explain how happy we are. I've been doing the happy dance since finding out yesterday.

    Have a fabulous Thankful Thursday, honey. Big hug. ♥

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  16. C; there's nothing that would entice me to live there either; I can't imagine having had to construct the place !!! ☺☺ happy hairz cut day !!☺☺♥♥

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  17. Yay for no more quarantine hair!!!

    Great poem today C, I'm not fond of heights either.

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  18. I feel exactly the same way! I've been on the cable car going over the Whirlpool in Niagara Falls, and been on the top of the mountain in the Alps. But no way I'd even set foot on that balcony!

    Oh, and we are all anxiously waiting for hair cuts!!!!

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  19. We LOVE your poem, and Mom says ditto for her:)

    Mom and Dad both got haircuts last week, and they were both happy with the precautions taken.

    Woos, Lightning and Timber

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  20. OOOOOOOOOO haircuts! woo hoo! Not happening here yet! Great poem and I am terrified of heights! Cheers!

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  21. Meowza, you humans have been meowing about getting your hair cut all over the blogesphere! Our Female Human was right with you until she got in there and "had some work done". I think if you humans were not so high maintenance, life would be much easier for you. Take a page from your feine's book, groom yourself and you never have to worry if that salon thingy is open.
    Purrs & Head Bonks,
    Alberto

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  22. Great job on the poem. I can't wait to get my hair cut. You are so lucky. XO

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  23. Who would have thought a hair cut would mean so much.

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  24. Oh, that is FABulous news abouts your furs!!! Since Ma cuts my furs, I haven't had the pleasure of escaping the stealing of my furs. Ma does her own furs, so it hasn't affected her, butts she sure does get it abouts all the peeps wantin' their furs trimmed!
    Oh, your poem is brilliant!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥♥

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