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May 08, 2009

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Marina

Did the cooking and retail therapy work? What did Ms. Grace get to drown her sorrows? Poor baby!

Kristen

Poor Gracee! It will be OK. I always felt guilty for giggling whenever our dogs were coneheads and bumping into everything, like watching slapstick.

Chris

Hope the pup is feeling better and can get her conehead off soon!

Dorothy

Give Ms Grace and extra snuggle and scratch behind the ears from me.

Kate

the foodie in me is screaming "what's in the pot????"

pumpkin was a conehead cat when she had her "girl surgery" and that's how I knew she could meow. It would echo around in the cone... poor thing. It was only 3 days, but she was v.v. happy to get that thing off!

Lorette

Riley and Lewey say "get well soon"!

What's in the cooking pot? It looks like something rolled in cabbage leaves, YUM!

LisaK

Poor Ms. Grace. I hope she heals quickly and can get rid of the dreaded cone.

Angie

If you're making cabbage rolls, I'd like you to drown me in your sorrows. We are a family that owns its own Elizabethan collar. Carly settles if I just sit on the floor with her.

Karen

Are those halupki (cabbage rolls)? They look yummy!!!!

Karen

Oh, is that stuffed cabbage. Be still my heart. I can't remember the last time I had that. Want company??? ;)

Jane Toumpas

Ari. would say to Gracie " So what channels do you get with that satelite dish" Poor Miss Gracie :(

Monika

Poor Gracey! I hope she'll feel better soon.

My Merino Mantra

Poor you and poor Gracey. Oh my.

Lynn

Stuffed Cabbage!!! My grandmother used to make them. Haven't had them in years!!!

Hope Gracey feels better soon! Poor little thing.

Daisy

For a second there, my poor tired brain saw Grace's head in the pot. Hope things get better. Yarn always helps.

Elizabeth

Would you please email the diagonal reversible scarf pattern? (Time to start the Christmas knitting).

Many thanks.

Robby

Our felines always hated the 'conehead' experience. Hope Gracee is on the mend soon. Now, about that pot... looks delish, but you didn't mention what was in it...

Jane

Oh, poor Grace. Hope she's feeling lots better now.

Melody

Awwwwww....poor Gracee...give her a kiss for me.

Criquette

Abbie sends her sympathy for poor Gracie. She, too, had to recently wear the dreaded Cone of Shame and Misery and hopes gracie is already out of hers (by the time you get this response).

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