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May 24, 2004

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susan

A belated happy birthday and I wish you a healthy chinchilla as a gift!

annika

i'm glad to hear that you beloved chinchilla is doing okay. At least children don't have a chinchilla's incisors, so i wouldn't worry too much about that.

And, HAPPY 38th BIRTHDAY, Hugo!!!

Hugo

37th birthday, actually -- but 38th year of life!

ginger

Despite the problems with Matty, I hope you had a good day.

kelly

How is Mathilde doing? Any man who gives a chinchilla heart massage is a-okay in my book. I'm so sorry that happened. I know how horrible it is when something bad falls upon the creatures who share your heart and your home. For what it's worth, and though I don't rank very high with the one who hears them, I said a prayer for Mathilde last night.

Hugo

Matty is making a slow but steady recovery. She's playful, but doesn't have her energy back yet. She is eating snacks, but doesn't yet enjoy her regular food. We hope to talk to her doctor today.

Thank you so much for your prayers.

Jodi

I am glad Matilde made it through her horrible accident, enough to wamble as much as she wants in her old salad bowl.

I will be starting my 38th year of life tomorrow.

Happy Birthday to you, I hope your year offers you everything you want out of it.

Jodi

I did not realize, or maybe I refuse to acknowledge...I will be entering my 39th year of life tomorrow.

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