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    Default Getting older and waking up is a good thing.

    Snuggled to an old Lab and zeriod out. Large cold nose against your face when half awake.

    SNUFF, SNUFF, SNUFF and a snuggle- huggele. 'To sleep, to penchant to dream..' and back to cuddles.And about to go back to sleep.

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    Default Re: Getting older and waking up is a good thing.

    Fred: I know the feeling!
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    You got it right, Fred. Waking up every morning is a good thing. There may be something better out there waiting for me, but I'm in no big hurry to find out quite yet.
    First thing I do when I get up is read the obituaries. If I'm not in there, I'll get up to shower and shave. If I am, I'll probably just take the day off
    " I'm just a cook " Casey Ryback, Under Siege

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    Quote Originally Posted by siege View Post
    You got it right, Fred. Waking up every morning is a good thing. There may be something better out there waiting for me, but I'm in no big hurry to find out quite yet.
    First thing I do when I get up is read the obituaries. If I'm not in there, I'll get up to shower and shave. If I am, I'll probably just take the day off
    Got you're flow Bro!
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    First thing I do when I awake is to make sure all my aches and pains are where I left them the night before. I figure if I ever wake up and nothing is hurting, something must be seriously wrong.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pszy22 View Post
    First thing I do when I awake is to make sure all my aches and pains are where I left them the night before. I figure if I ever wake up and nothing is hurting, something must be seriously wrong.
    "Post of the Day?"

    Close damned close. An I need to take a shower.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pszy22 View Post
    First thing I do when I awake is to make sure all my aches and pains are where I left them the night before. I figure if I ever wake up and nothing is hurting, something must be seriously wrong.
    It seems I'm not The only one who goes to bed to Ache as there are many more in The Same Boat so to speak.
    If we were all to get in The Same Boat it would definately Sink.
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    0330'ish and siting on top of the bed with 100 pounds of 'Snuff-Snuff' next to you. You don't even hear the TV news program as you doze.
    When wealth is lost, nothing is lost; when health is lost, something is lost; when character is lost, all is lost. - Billy Graham"

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    Seldom do I have the "same" aches and pains in the same spot each day. They (read several) seem to be of the nomadic variety, and move around a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimp View Post
    Seldom do I have the "same" aches and pains in the same spot each day. They (read several) seem to be of the nomadic variety, and move around a lot.
    Most of mine have taken up territorial residency, and then have their nomadic relatives come visit. Take two asprin and call me in the morning.
    But seriously... it might be your bed. If that's a possibility, you should consider spending a night sleeping in a good hotel. They generally have high end, high quality beds. If you have a lot less "wake up pains", it might be time to go mattress shoping.
    " I'm just a cook " Casey Ryback, Under Siege

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