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Abby - Forever- Loved

Forever loved- (January- 2001-August- 2012)
 
 
Barked: Sun Apr 20, '14 7:11am PST 
A spider has transparent blood.

“I”, the first person singular, is capitalized in English – the only language to do so.

Octavio Guillen and Adriana Martinez were married in Mexico City in 1969 after a world record engagement of 67 years.

Sherlock Holmes writer Arthur Conan Doyle was an ophthalmologist.

The state flower of Alaska is a forget-me-not.
Angel Sassy- Foxie

Ready to- work-out?
 
 
Barked: Sun Apr 20, '14 9:38am PST 
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EASTER BLESSINGS TO ALL
Abigail

Mom & Dad's- Valentine
 
 
Barked: Sun Apr 20, '14 1:59pm PST 
Happy Easter!

See ya, Abi

Abby - Forever- Loved

Forever loved- (January- 2001-August- 2012)
 
 
Barked: Wed Apr 23, '14 6:57am PST 
The use of telephone answering machines became popular in 1974.

In the first month of the Bell Telephone Company’s existence in 1877, only six telephones were sold!

On December 23, 1947, Bell Telephone Laboratories in Murray Hill, N.J., held a secret demonstration of the transistor which marked the foundation of modern electronics.

In 1953, Sony Corporation obtained a transistor license from Western Electric Co. that led to its development of the world’s first commercially successful transistor radio.

In the early days of the telephone, operators would pick up a call and use the phrase, “Well, are you there?”. It wasn’t until 1895 that someone suggested answering the phone with the phrase “number please?”
Abigail

Mom & Dad's- Valentine
 
 
Barked: Wed Apr 23, '14 10:12pm PST 
The use of telephone answering machines became popular in 1974. ****wow, just imagine the phone ringing and no answer!!!!*****

In the first month of the Bell Telephone Company’s existence in 1877, only six telephones were sold! ******I think we gots 6 phones in our house!!!!****

In 1953, Sony Corporation obtained a transistor license from Western Electric Co. that led to its development of the world’s first commercially successful transistor radio. ******momma had a little red radio when she was a kid******

see ya, abi
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