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Hi!

I have not posted for a couple of days as Bill had minor outpatient surgery yesterday and I am a little busy.  :-) 

I will be back at it soon and will be catching up on all your posts!

Take care...

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  1. Pam, hope Bill is doing well and you too! Take good care!

    xoxo

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  2. Oh and Congrats on the Foodie Blogroll!

    xoxo

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  3. Hi Pam - I do hope Bill is OK. Wishing you all the best

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  4. We're sending our best purrs to Bill!!!

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  5. Quick recovery wishes for Bill.

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  6. Hope your hubby recovers quickly. I'm sure you'll spoil him with all your wonderful cooking! Looking forward to when you can get back to posting. God bless ~

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  7. Best wishes for a speedy recovery for your husband.

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  8. I hope all is well. We will be here when you are ready to return.

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  9. Hope your hubby feels better soon:)

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  10. hope all is well I am pam your newest follower! come by my blog and grab my button, and check out my new cookbook

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  11. Wishing Bill a quick recovery...Take care.

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  12. Hope Bill is doing fine, and wishing him a speedy recovery! Take care!

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  13. Pam,
    Thanks for visiting my site. Looks like you have some fun recipes here! I had to chuckle when I read about your family....my Mom's name is Pam, my Dad's name is Bill and I have a brother names Matt! Isn't that funny! Hope your husband has a speedy recovery!
    ~Jamie

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  14. I hope he is feeling better soon. Take care.

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  15. Wishing your hubby a speedy recovery. I'm sure he will be on the mend fast with the help of your good cooking!

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  16. Hoping Bill is doing better very very soon.
    Kisses

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  17. Dear Pam: First, I wish Bill a happy recovery. Second, I loved your blog very much, you'll have me here.

    Best wishes,

    Doña Masita

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  18. Hi Pam, hope that your hubby mends fast and gets back to being friskey asap!
    You take all the time you need to tend to business...we'll be here, waiting for your return.
    You're too good to miss!

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  19. Hey sweetie! Take as much time as you need. Hope he's doing alright!

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  20. Saw your profile on another page. Glad I read your informative and well-written blog. Look foraward to following you here. Have a great day! Cheers! Wishing Bill a speedy recovery.

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  21. Thanks so much to all of you for the nice wishes! You all are kind, caring people and it is a pleasure to blog here among you all! Thanks so much for making me feel missed! You are the best!!!




    Pam, thanks so much for both! He is doing much better now!

    Sue, thank you! How nice of you!

    Brian, thanks! He's near purrfect!

    Buttercup, thanks for the wishes! I appreciate it!

    The Sugar Queen, I am cooking more than soup for him now! Thanks for your kindness! God bless...

    symphonious sweets, thank you so much!

    Velva, thanks for making me feel missed!

    Holly, thanks! He's mending well!

    from my motorhome to yours, it's great to meet you and thank you for following! I will be enjoying your blog!

    Jacqueline, thanks so much! Have a good day!

    Cinnamon-Girl, he is doing much better! Thanks for the kind thoughts!

    Lyndsey, thank you! Each day is getting better!

    Jamie Cooks It Up, that is too funny with the names! Love it! Thanks for the nice wishes!

    Kathleen, thank you very much! Hope all is well your way!

    Grace, thanks! It makes me feel great with all these nice comments!

    Dishesdone, thanks so much! Have a great day!

    midwesttomidlands, he is doing much better; thank you! Not sure how much my cooking helped though. ;)

    Zia Elle, thank you so much! He is doing better now! xoxoxo

    Dona Masita, thank you for your kind wishes and for stopping by here! I know I will enjoy your blog and can't wait to get back and start reading them! Love that Mexican food!

    cogidogmama, thanks so much. You are always so thoughtful and I really appreciate you stopping by! Have a good day and give those corgis a treat for me!

    Joanne, thank you very much! You are so kind and caring. Here's wishing you a wonderful day!

    Lazaro Cooks, thanks for your sweet wishes! I'm so glad you stopped by and I will be visiting you often! Have a terrific day!

    Farmchick, thanks! It's getting better each day! Thanks for stopping by!

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  22. Dear Pam,

    all the best to Bill, I hope that he will be better very soon.

    ciao
    Alessandra

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  23. Thanks, Alessandra! He is doing much better now!

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