Stretchy Vibrating Bunny March 23, 2018 http://media.blubrry.com/markandlyndapodcast/media.blubrry.com/daddyvsdaughters/content.blubrry.com/daddyvsdaughters/markandlynda-20180323.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (89.9MB) Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Android | Stitcher | Blubrry | Email | TuneIn | RSS
Debbie Gagnon says
My birthday is coming up, April 9. I will be 65 but stop lol looking good. Please include me in the birthday chicken. Thank you. Love you guys.
Debbie Gagnon says
Kathy Beck says
I hope you got your dryer vent situation straightened out. I clean mine out at least twice a year or whenever my dryer starts to take too long to dry a load. Also make sure and check the vent cover on the outside of the house now that you vent properly. There is always a lint buildup there as well. If it is a gas dryer I am surprised your CO monitor did not alarm.
Could you give an update on Danny. Now that Andy, Josh, and Mikey are working, is he employed too? Miss his input on the show. Thanks, Kathy
Loved the Original/Cover song segment. Didn’t know that some of those were covers.
We have had to pay for condiments in europe at places like mcdonalds for more the 10 years. its about 20 cents for ketchup, but the package is about twice the size of what you get in the states. i hate it and i’m always unhappy that i have to pay for it.
Michael's girlfriend says
March 29 marks the birthday of a very special Mark & Lynda listener. Michael has been listening since KGON first syndicated Mark & Brian and has been a frequent caller, question submitter and active participant in “The Game” on M&B — and I think has listened to every podcast since. Please give him a birthday chicken call-out next Friday! He would really appreciate it.
Hey Thompsons! Our dog is 9 years old. She is a mixed breed rescue. She loves to run and play and has always been active. Until last year when we found a lump on her back side near her hip. Concerned, we took her to the vet. After some tests it turns out it was cancer and they would have to operate to remove the tumor. During suegery it was found out that she also had hip dysplasia.
The vet removed the tumor and told us that she didnt know if she got it all and at best our baby girl would need radiation and chemo for 6 months and even then there was no guarentee that the cancer wouldnt return.
After much research and a few hard days, it was decided that if her time was to be cut short from the cancer, then we wanted those last days to be the best for her.
Lynda, I know you know first hand about cancer treatment so you may understand our reasoning. Chemo and radiation come with horrible side effects. Its rough for people, imagine how horrible it would be for a dog.
We live in Washington state where pot is legal. Pot has helped thousands with not only the side effects of chemo, but it has been proven to kill some cancer cells. Any way, we found out that putting the pot oil in her food is helpful.
It has been a year now since we decided to do the alternative care.
I am happy to say the tumor has not returned and because of the oil, she feels very little pain.
She acts like a younger dog and still is able to run and play.
I wanted to share this with you because of Red.
It may not be the answer for him, but consider what his remaining days should be. Quality of life. So research and discuss and ask questions. We are in charge of making our furry four leggeds comfortable and see to their very needs. I think we chose right for our baby.
The vet gave her 6 months..a year later shes still enjoying her life. There is always hope.
P.S. I just wanted to thank all the Thompsons for the laughter and tears. I found Mark in the Morning by accident and Im hooked on your podcasts now. So thank you for bringing some laughter into my small world.