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Lost & Found

Lost: Female German Shepherd, Aug. 13, Oak Hollow and Hwy. 87, La Vernia, mostly black with tan on legs, white on chest. Reward for safe return, call 210-296-1183.

VideoFound 08/20 on Palo Verde Floresville. The Estates of Eagle Creek subdivision. Please call 210-487-8284 or 210-831-1343. Please help this little one find their home.

VideoFound senior female beagle/mix in Whispering Oaks. Blind and deaf. No identification. Call or text 210-259-6977.
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Seeking Direct Care: Will assist in providing self-help skills training and therapeutic treatments to residents with intellectual and/or physical disability. Contact 210-924-9265 to set up an interview.
Floresville ISD is accepting applications for the position of Plumber: Must have various construction trades with a minimum of 3 years’ experience. Applications must be submitted on line at www.FISD.us.
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January 9, 2011 1:59pm
 
Dear Mr. 4th Generation:
Thank you for your kind words. Now I am not worried about cataract surgery! I am looking forward to it, I know the Good Lord will take care of me!
As for Georgetown, I have never been to downtown Georgetown. I know some of my ancestors for from there and I need to go to the courthouse and look things up! Yep, I love old houses. That house in San Antonio had beautiful woodwork and stairs and hardwood trim! I took a few pictures of the inside.
Alzheimer's Disease is a terrible disease, because it steals the memory and wipes it out. I learned to cope by laughing a lot and my husband began to laugh at things he would say and do too. It made it easier for him, and me and my grandchildren especially to cope with their grandpa's strange behavior. They would tease him, and he would laugh and they would all laugh with him. Maybe to some people it seemed cruel to laugh, but what are you going to do...cry? Get mad? What would that help?
You have the right idea! That is something to smile about. A silver lining in a dark cloud!
thanks again for writing.
Lois
     
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