March 18th 2011 6:08 am
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Ma's uncle, aunt and cousin's family live in Chiba, Japan. They are sum of the more fortunate peoples. They are in their own home, not a shelter. They are all well and accounted for.
They have to wait in long lines for flour, rice and water. Their bags are packed and they are ready to flee whether it be from another earthquake, tsunami or other event. Where does one flee with so much devastation around already? But guess they have a plan and a place they've been told to go to.
Ma's cousin and his wife actually went back to work on Wednesday! Guess sum trains are running again. School sessions have NOT resumed, their two children stay home with their grandparents, ma's aunt and uncle. Ma's Ma says the Japanese are a little nutzo when it comes to work.
Sorry fur barkin' about all this human stuff lately. Ma said an update was in order. I wanna get back to just barkin' about my own doggy life!
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Alla news shows is bad stuff. We knows it's tuff in Japan. We's glad fur da update on yer family an dat dey's ok.
Thank you for the update.
The pictures we see look like a Hollywood disaster movie but it is so terrible to realize this is Real. So glad your Ma's family is alright.
Thanks for letting us know!
Pepper!! Yu hab nuffin tu 'pologize fur, sweet gurl ♥ Eben us pupses need kno' whut r go on in da werld. We r gwad yur peepoles in Japan r safe :)
It is a relief for your Ma to know that her furmily is well, and what better way to rejoice in that, than to share it with all of her furpals, too!
Glad to know this good stuff, we hear a lot of bad, so this is like a bit of sunshine! Woofs!
Have a barking good weekend! :)
Dont apologise.... this terrible time has made us all so thinkful for many things. Hoping your family will contiue to be safe..and PLEASE keep us updated.. we DO care.
Oh, my pup pals are the greatest! Thanks much fur the kind and caring woofs!
Glad they're ok. I'll be saying prayers for them and everyone in Japan. And don't apologize for keeping us updated - we want to know.