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Busy Week

We got to see Pat Benatar (with her husband, lead guitarist Spyder)

and REO Speedwagon

in concert on Tuesday night...GREAT concert! Pat was awesome, and I'd never seen her before. Kevin Cronin and REO were really good, though his vocals were not as strong as they used to be. It was still a rockin' show, and my BFF Melody and I had a great time!

We went to dinner at Stroud's on Wednesday night. We'd all been craving fried chicken, and we NEVER fry it at home. It was really good, but I don't think their cinnamon rolls are as good as they used to be.

Sad news this morning. My niece, Lenore and her husband, Daniel, lost their 1 1/2 year old kitty, Finn, to the FIP (feline infectious peritonitis) virus.

I only met Finn through Lenore's blog, but he was a beautiful kitty, and I know Lenore and Daniel will miss him tremendously! I am praying that Emmy, their other cat, is fine. She will be tested for the FIP virus too.


Lenore said…
Emmy misses Finn something terrible. She is calling for him all the time. We are right there with her. It's just so tragic.

Also, it may not have been FIP, but another virus or a heart defect.

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