Players please wait for George to post. Have a great day!
ps. FOR OUR NEW PLAYERS - YOU CAN GUESS 1 LETTER ONLY BEFORE GEORGE ANSWERS - ONCE HE DOES YOU CAN GUESS ANOTHER. THANKS,
To Lizzie - George is in Australia - differnet time zone/day from me ....
To Nyack - how in the world did you guess that with so few letters - George - maybe we'll make Nyack do the game when you're gone
lol, Val... there wasn't anything else it could have been... process of elimination?
Deepest empathy Val - doing in one of my back muscles is a regular habit.
OK, we're off.
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GOOD MORNING, LETTER A PLEASE
Good night here. TA? Sorry, no thanks.
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Hi everyone... N...?
What the matter with Val's back?
I have a big knot - been under lots of stress lately - so my whole right side hurts - went to chiropractor yesterday but this has been going on for awhile - has just gotten to point where can only type a few minutes at a time. Thanks for asking.
How about a E??
HOPE YOU FEEL BETTER VAL. LETTER S PLEASE
I'll have a T Please!
Oops! Nix that T as I missed Brenda already asking for it ...Sorry!
So, I'll go for a P Please!
The last 2 times I've logged on here I've got 'Join this group to reply'
NESPL - 60% success.
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letter O please
Thanks Ana - have heat on everything and repositioned my laptop - hopefully that will help too.
George - sometimes if you do a cleaning of your computer it'll say that - I have gotten that message several times in the last month - so wouldn' worry.
How about a W and then take the E out of available letters. Thanks.
Oh - let's just say it is a dog - Lowchen?
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Congratulations Val......they are lovely dogs.
Congratulations, Val! I do hope you can get comfortable today with your sore back- Get Well Soon!
Congrats Val. Just had to rejoin this group for the umpteenth time to say that - no doubt I'll have to again for game 136. Haven't cleaned my pc or done anything to it.
Been out unblocking drains silted up by our big wet. So now I've twice the empathy for your sore back.
Thanks George - have you asked Zen or in the help groups? Shouldn't be happening in my opinion.
Thanks everyone - will be back to post info when I can - still have heat on my neck and back but a little better it seems every day - just have to go slowly.
The Löwchen (German: "little lion") is a breed of dog that once had the dubious distinction, like the Portuguese Water Dog and the Havanese, of being the rarest dog in the world. Even today, the breed generally has fewer than a few hundred new registrations each year worldwide.
Description  Appearance
The Lowchen is a breed with a long and wavy coat that is presented in a lion cut. This means that the haunches, back legs, front legs (except bracelets around the ankles), and the 1/3-1/2 of the tail closest to the body are shaved, and the rest of the coat is left natural to give the appearance of a lion-like form. A small dog, they are considered by some registries as a toy dog and by the AKC as a non-sporting dog. The breed is traceable to as far back as 1442. They are found in many old paintings, drawings and literature. It is possible to trace the Lowchen history to the three countries of what are now known as Belgium, Germany and Holland. It is thought the breeds ancestor was a dog that was brought in by travelers from the far eastern lands of Tibet, that mingled with local dogs such as Spitz and terrier type dogs. Occasionally an genetic throw-back is found.
The head of the Löwchen is one of the most important features, with its relatively short, wide muzzle, broad skull, lively round eyes, and pendulant ears. The head, when in proportion to the body, is neither too big nor too small, but helps to emphasize the friendly, regal, and leonine personality of the Löwchen.
The coat should not be thin and fluffy like a Bichon Frise, but wavy with a mix of thicker hairs amongst the fine ones. This allows for a flowing coat that is not frizzy or fly-away, and a Löwchen coat should neither be soft like a nor harsh like many terriers. They can come in all colours, including brown, that allow for dark eyes and nose. Temperament
The Löwchen is a friendly, happy dog. Dogs of this breed are both active and playful, and very intelligent. The Löwchen makes a good pet for families with children and an excellent house pet.
Although this dog may be related to the Bichon Frise, the Löwchen's history remains obscure. The little 'lion dog' is seen in many art pieces featuring dogs as far back as the 16th century, but it is unclear whether these were all dogs like the Löwchen, or simply small dogs of the Bichon type that were trimmed in a lion cut.
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Thank you Val.
I want one. So does Fred.
Well George - good luck!~