More Eye Troubles & Paul’s Rehab…

Thank you so much everybody for your nice comments on my last post about Paul’s Scary Sickie. It is lovely to know that there are so many people all around the world thinking of us.

Well, I was hoping to report good news on my eye but unfortunately, the Magic Injection doesn’t seem to be working so far. :-(

You know I was showing off that cool, ‘blue eye’ I had? Well, it turns out that it wasn’t so cool after all! We thought it was a sign of the injection working but actually, it was a sign of the injection NOT working! :roll:

When we went back for a follow-up check at SASH last week, the vet ophthalmologist was horrified to see how ‘blue’ and opaque my eye was because she said it’s a sign of “edema”, which is caused by high pressure…and sure enough, when she measured it, the pressure in my left eyeball was back up to 60!! 8-O (Don’t worry – I wasn’t feeling any ouchies, though, like before – the vet said probably because the pressure went up slowly, not suddenly, like that first time.)

This is because we had been trying to reduce my Special Eye Drops…so the vet said, we had to go back up to 3 times a day again, for one more week. So we did…and then just before the follow-up check this week (this past Mon), my humans dropped it down to 2 times a day again…but when we measured the pressure at my last check, it was still high. :-( It was 40, which isn’t as bad as 60 but still higher than normal (25). It wasn’t as weirdly blue as before – but it’s obviously different to my normal (right) eye – a bit opaque & pale blue, as you can see in this picture:

So this means that I still need to have the drugs 3 times a day…which means that the Magic Injection doesn’t seem to have made any difference so far. If you remember, the Magic Injection was going to kill the cells which make the fluid in my eye, sort of like “turning the tap off”…if it had worked, then by now (3 weeks after the injection), there should be a lot less fluid in my eye – which means a lot less pressure – and so I shouldn’t still need so much drugs so many times a day. By now, I should be on just 2 times a day…and then maybe even hopefully 1 times and then eventually, no drugs at all.

But every time my humans try to reduce the drugs, the pressure goes up again…so that means the injection hasn’t done its job. :-( Well, the vet said we could give it a little longer – because the Magic Injection Procedure “isn’t an exact science” and nobody really knows how long it takes to work or how effective it can be. USUALLY, it works in about 2-3 weeks, but in some doggies it takes longer (and in some, it doesn’t work at all).

Otherwise, the only other option would be to inject my eyeball AGAIN (since I can’t have surgery)…but the vet doesn’t really want to do that because of the risks that come with the injection – if I have the injection again, it would be double the risks. So she wants to wait as long as possible to give the first injection more chance to work. Maybe it’s just a bit slow! (Hsin-Yi says everything about us giant doggies is slow!! ;-) )

So now the plan is to give it another 2 weeks – this week and next week – and have another check at the end of next week. Just before the next follow-up, my humans will try reduing the Special Eye Drops down to 2 times a day again…and see, hopefully, if the pressure might remain low…but if it’s high again, then that probably means that I will have to have ANOTHER Injection. :-(

My humans are getting a bit stressy about this now because there is only about 6 weeks left before our big move to Perth and me going on the Big Flying Machine and they really want my eye to be stable and under control before all those big things happen…

I suppose it’s a bit like Paul’s Scary Sickie – all we can do now is wait and hope…

Speaking of Paul, he is working very hard every day on his rehab programme. Well, of course he is doing lots of Physiotherapy & Hydroptherapy & other “serious” stuff at the special rehab centre – but Hsin-Yi has also been busy thinking up lots of different ideas for ways to help his recovery and making up some fun games to help him repair and regrow the damaged nerves and muscles in his hands & arms.

Like Hsin-Yi had this idea that the kind of things little human pups do to learn skills with their hands & fingers would also help Paul too – such as making Plasticine Critters! ;-)

Hsin-Yi used to love plasticine when she was a human pup – she would spend hours & hours making things. Once she made an entire tea party, including all the cups & saucers, napkins, forks, knives & spoons…and all the cakes and muffins and other yummies, of course – all from plasticine! :P

Paul’s Neurologist Human Vet & Physiotherapist thought it was a great idea! So Hsin-Yi got some plasticine and every day now, she makes something that Paul has to copy…

It started out as really easy stuff, like cubes and cones…but now we’re getting to the more complicated stuff! ;-)

Here are some of the earlier things that Paul made… (Hsin-Yi’s original is on the left, Paul’s copy is on the right).

Er…somehow, Paul’s copy is always the slightly weird, slightly “mad”-looking version – hee! hee! Check out his kitty compared to Hsin-Yi’s!

But he is getting better and better!

(In fact, Paul says HIS airplane (on the left) is actually better than Hsin-Yi’s! He says hers looks like it’s got a stupid dolphin nose…What do you think?)

Another idea that Hsin-Yi had was to get one of those little peg games that human pups play…

Of course, Muesli wanted to try it too!

Paul is also using lots of everyday things around the house for his physiotherapy exercises – such as the Almond Game: seeing how fast you can take out and put almonds back into a container, one by one! (Well…I told Hsin-Yi that I thought a better game would be: how fast you can EAT all the almonds – but she didn’t think that would be as helpful…Humph! :twisted: )

Tins of vegetables make very good physiotherapy tools too! ;-)

Hsin-Yi also had the idea that Art classes would be really good to help Paul’s recovery – it’s great for developing skills like “hand-eye coordination” and moving your hands & fingers in small, controlled ways…

…plus they say “art therapy” is really good for you because it helps your brain to “relax” and “zone out” and use parts that you never normally use…

…so now they’re going to drawing classes once a week!

Well, Paul has never done any drawing or painting before – so he’s really having fun!

Hsin-Yi is having fun too. She used to do lots of drawing & painting & sculpure and stuff when she was at school and university but it’s been a long, long time since she’s been in a drawing class!

Paul & Hsin-Yi draw in really different ways…check out their drawings of the same shirt! Paul’s drawings are always really light & clean, with simple lines (“minimalist” style! ;-) )…whereas Hsin-Yi’s drawings are always really dark and messy, with lots of lines criss-crossing each other. Plus, she always draws one thing too big and can’t fit anything else onto the page..whereas Paul always remembers to fit everything into the whole picture. Guess that just shows how different their personalities are! ;-)

(Actually, Paul’s shirt drawing was really impressive ‘coz he did it with his weak, left hand! Hsin-Yi can’t draw at all with her left hand!)

Paul’s Neurologist Human Vet and Physiotherapist are really impressed with all these “artistic” things that Paul is doing and they think it will really help his recovery. Of course, nobody knows if the nerve damage is permanent or how much they can recover…so I guess all we can do is keep trying and wait and hope…!

Well, I’m sorry I seem to keep posting about sad, stressy things lately – I know my blog is supposed to be a happy place – but I told Hsin-Yi that it’s a bit silly doing “fake happy posts” and pretending nothing’s wrong – I’m sure my friends & readers would like to know what’s really happening in our lives too.

But we do still have lots of adventures of catch up on, from before all the stressy stuff happened – so hopefully, we might get around to blogging about some of that soon. At the moment, Hsin-Yi is still very stressy & busy (she says life feels like an endless round of eye drops & physiotherapy exercises!! ;-) ) – and she doesn’t really have the energy to do much at the computer. We still haven’t managed to catch up with visiting blog friends or socialising much either. :-(

But anyway, just so you don’t think this whole post is full of sad, stressy stuff – here are some recent pictures of me & Muesli! :P

Sharing a sunny spot…

Enjoying some “balcony time”…

Hogging my bed… (STILL!)

Playing Hide ‘n’ Seek in the weeds…

…and most of all, just being “us” & helping to put a smile on our humans’ faces every day! :P

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39 Responses to More Eye Troubles & Paul’s Rehab…

  1. Howdy Honey, sorry to hear your eye has still been giving you trouble. We will keep our paws crossed it starts to improve and you will be fine for your big flight to Perth. We love the photo of you and Muesli in the sun but that little Muesli is still being a cheeky rascal on your bed isn’t she!

    Paul good luck with your continued rehab. Blimey, Hsin-Yi certainly comes up with some good ideas for you doesn’t she. Mum says she would swap the almonds for M&Ms but then again she is a piggy so they would get eaten instead of counted, hehe. Take care everybuddy and know we are thinking of you all and wishing you good health for the coming new year.

    No worries, and love, Stella and Rory (and Carol)

  2. hollysam says:

    Hi Honey….I hope that your eye troubles will get better soon. I know that Hsin-Yi has been very busy helping both you and Paul with everything. Moving to a new home is always a big adventure……I hope that your family will like your new place.
    I always keep you & your whole family in my thoughts & prayers. Wishing you all the best for everyone.
    Love to you all…….Holly & Sam

  3. Dexter says:

    It sure sounds like Hsin-Yi is a great physical therapy instructor. Those sculptures are so pretty and fun. I, too, am worried about your eye. Especially with your big trip so soon. I am keeping you all in my thoughts.

    Kisses,
    Dexter

  4. cafall says:

    We are sending you hugs and keeping paws crossed that Honey’s eye stabilizes before your move. We love that you and Paul are doing things together to help him heal. I need to see if I can get my husband to take an art class with me – that would be fun!

    Sam

  5. I love your little creations (especially the turkey)! That looks like so much fun. Makes me want to go out and buy some play-doh :)

    Poor Honey :( I hope you can get her eye troubles stabilized before your move. Moving is stressful enough!

  6. harrispen says:

    Thanks for the updates. I hope your eye takes a turn for the better soon. Hsin-Yi is very clever with her suggestions to help Paul rehab. I love how Museli was helping Paul play that game too.

    Cindy

  7. Haha thanks Honey for giving us such a big laugh with all the plasticine pictures! You guys amaze us everypost, you are such an inspiration! We keep the 4 of you close to our heart and hope for a speedy recovery for paul, that the magic injection starts working on your eye, we send all our love to Hsin-Yi to help her help you, and a frown to Muisli cause she’s a bed thief!
    From Neo, Indigo, Malach, Anais and Connor

  8. franziska hämmerli says:

    Dear Honey! You are so brave and so sweet! Keep on bringing smiles to your humans, they are very cool. I like how they cope with all this difficulties in their lifes and how Hsin-Yi always spots the funny side of everything, even the difficult things. She is amazing.
    Hugs from Fränzi and Beppa

  9. Oh goodness Honey, we will amp up our purrs for that injection to start working so you don’t have to do it again.

    Those plasticene creations are so very cute! Meowm remembers a guy she knew, years ago, making a scene of a cowboy on the prairie, complete with horse, camp fire and food being cooked, all out of clay. It was very cool. But the plasticene colors are way more fun! Hopefully all of this will help Paul get recovered, quickly and completely.

    Of course Muesli has to check out the game! She is a kitty and that is what we do, check things out. We bet she snoopervises the plasticene creating too.

  10. Dorothy S in Michigan says:

    Did you see that a fawn Dane won the “best in show” at the AKC Dog Show yesterday! He had those darn pointy ears. I like yours better Honey.

    I would think that hand sewing and cutting the fat off of meat would be good PT for a surgeon. (That sounds kind of funny when I write it, but I buy cheap meat and then want it to be lean, so it is something I do. Not so much on the hand sewing though.)

    • Dorothy S in Michigan says:

      I am embarassed. The best in show was a Fox Terrier. The Dane was Best in Class. I guess my mistake was “wishful thinking”, plus I was finishing up Thanksgiving dinner as I watched on TV. (The turkey was good. The memory of the dog show not so much.)

  11. Hi Honey!

    Thank you for updating your progress… let’s hope things change for the better although it may be slow. But Hsin-Yi is right when she says we gentle giants tend to do things a bit slower than other canines. (That makes us even more loveable I think!). You are still so beautiful in spirit and body. I love looking at all the videos that Hsin-Yi has posted for you. You are my hero and inspiration (and always will be!)… and Hsin-Yi is Cathy’s hero!!! Cathy remembered how Hsin-Yi explained how silly puppies can get at around 9 months so she is booking us in to more “Recall” classes! Humph!! I think I do ‘Recall’ better than any doggy I know!! (Cathy says I must be going through adolescence ‘obnoxiousness’ because I don’t come when she calls if I have an interesting toy … or even better a cardboard box that was just delivered by that nice postman! Who can blame me, I say!)…

    We love Hsin-Yi’s ideas for Paul’s rehab!! How clever you are, Hsin-Yi!! We think that Paul may be discovering the hidden artist in him! Hey, here’s an idea: Why don’t you create a wordless book about Honey using Paul’s plasticine creations. Then Hsin-Yi could take photos of the plasticine scenes for each page. This will help with motivation and purpose for doing this rehab AND would result in a fantastic book to be shared with canines and human puppies all over the world no matter what language they speak!! At last there would be a book that really tells the true story of us gentle giants with natural ears! In Canada we have an award winning book illustrator that works in paslticine, Barbara Reid, who you might have come across. Here is her website that might help you with ideas http://www.barbarareid.ca/

    Continue to have fun despite all the sickie stressies… you are all doing so well with it all!

    Neck wraps and nibbles
    Daisy
    (and huge hugs from Cathy!!)

  12. Michelle, USA says:

    Hi Honey … I’m so sorry you and your humans are going through such hard times. Hsin-Yi sounds like a very strong woman to take care of everyone and ALSO get ready to move. We are thinking of you daily!

    Love, Michelle, USA

  13. Kari says:

    Oh I hope your eye gets better :(

    Stop on by for a visit
    Kari
    http://dogisgodinreverse.com

  14. Lassiter chase says:

    Hi honey. Trying to type this message with my touch screen phone. I think I will get the hang of this phone one day . Actually it’s kinda nice. Anyway we chucckled at both cats made out of playdough. Very creative.

  15. Melanie & Grendel says:

    Thanks for the update on your eye, Honey!! We’re keeping all our fingers and paws crossed that you get some positive news on the front before your move to Perth!

    Tell Paul that I think he caught the true essence of kitty evil in his clay critter. Hsin-Yi’s looks they way cats want us to THINK they are — dignified and refined — whereas Paul’s exposes the real cat — stark, raving lunacy ;-)

  16. Paul will be back to 100% in no time at all with all of this wonderful therapy, Hsin-Yi!
    Our paws are crossed for you, Honey.

    Love ya lots,
    Mitch and Molly

  17. Life isn’t always about fun stuff but how you handle the stressful stuff. We think you guys are doing amazing for having so much stuff happen at once. We are sending good wishes to Honey for her eye and many more to Paul too.

    My owner was once in a really bad car accident with her human pup (all before danes were in her life) and it took a long time before her human pup could get out of the hospital. After that she had to stay home and do “therapy” just like Paul to get better and work on healing after that. That was a few years ago now and we are all healed now. My owner was a single parent at that time and it was the only time they got to spend 5 months together everyday without having to do things like work or school. Looking back it turned out that it was the best time they ever had together.

    I would never what to go through anything like that again but it still amazes us how such a bad thing can be a blessing in disguise. I hope you two enjoy your time together and at some point find some good thing that comes out of it all.

    We wish you the best and a speedy recovery,

    Maxine and her owner Juline

  18. jet says:

    Love all your creative ideas for Paul’s rehab! plasticine and play doh were my favorite things when I was a kid, and lego too… :) also the drawing class looks like fun. I don’t know what the drawing would look like if I did it with my left hand! I used to draw and handwrite a lot and i’ve noticed since now we do everything on computers I can’t write anywhere near as much without my hand getting tired! apparently it’s a problem with high school kids because they have to handwrite their essays in exams but they are so used to typing everything out that they get cramps in their hands!

    I really hope Honey’s eye is OK. Do you guys have somewhere to stay lined up in Perth when you arrive? Anyway, drop me an email and I’ll do what I can to help you guys settle in ! ;))

  19. Madeleine says:

    So sorry your eye isn’t getting better as quickly as it should, but like the vet says, big dogs do sometimes take longer to react to treatment. Candy is keeping her paws crossed and is sat beside me trying to send little woofs over the computer!!! And I’m keeping fingers crossed for you too, and hope your eye will be ok soon.

    Pauls plasticine models look very good – brilliant ideas to get the nerves back into form – all the best and keep smiling – your world wide family are all rooting for you. luv, Madeleine and Candygirl

  20. You two are so cute!!! Love those pictures. Tell Hsin-Yi that we’re very happy she’s posting updates. I think blogging should be a place where we can vent and share our stresses, because you never know when someone might have amazing advice or words of comfort that really help. :)

    I’m sorry to hear the injection doesn’t seem to be working, but don’t give up hope yet. When Chrome got a puncture wound in his leg the vet said it would be better in a week, but it took three whole weeks of antibiotics before it healed up. Everyone is different and heals at their own speed.

    I’m glad the art therapy is helping Paul. :D With all of the great ideas and help from Hsin-Yi there is no way that he won’t get better. :D I’ll keep my fingers crossed and pray that everything gets better before the move. Hang in there guys!

    P.S. I LOVE all of the …. I forgot what you called it, but we call it play dough here…. those are so cute! It makes me want to play with it again hehe. I love the paintings too. You both are so talented! I can’t believe Paul drew his with his left hand! Wow!

  21. Bailey says:

    you go to SASH? I live in the UK and always see it featured on Bondi Vet… do you ever see Dr Chris Brown wandering round?;) I do love him, he’s my guilty pleasure! Sorry to hear about your eye Honey, really hope you get better soon:( Great ideas to help with Paul’s recovery, all the best to you all:)

    • bighoneydog says:

      Ha! Ha! Actually, SASH (Small Animal Specialist Hospital) is a specialist referral hospital – and it serves many vets across Sydney, who refer any patients there that might need to see a veterinary specialist.

      Chris Brown is a “general vet” who works in his own clinic down in Bondi, which is pretty far away on the other side of Sydney (sort of like the distance from South London to North London) – but I imagine he might come to SASH sometimes with a patient that might need specialist care. So the programme would probably follow him there to film the story…but he isn’t at SASH most of the time! ;-)

      No, we haven’t seen him, although we had heard about “Bondi Vet” filming there sometimes….it would probably be easier to meet him if we just went down to his Bondi vet clinic! :P

      How funny that they show that programme in the UK. Actually, I miss all the animal programmes we used to watch when we lived in the UK – like “Animal Hospital” with dear old Rolf Harris and “Pet Rescue” and that programme about the vet students, with the blonde girl – Trude Mostue – can’t remember the name of that programme now! :-) Wish we had more of those programmes out here Down Under!

      Hsin-Yi

  22. Ludo says:

    Honey, i don’t think anyone ,inds if you post about sad stuff. We is all here for each other through the good and the bad, kind of like a marriage! Hehe! How annoying that the injection has not worked. Fancy going through all that for nothing so far. I do hope it works this week or next and you don’t have to have it done again! Paul and Hsin-Yi’s art therapy be such a good idea and I think Paul is doing really well already. TNP agrees with his plane comment. Men is such perfectionists!
    ~Lickies, Ludo

  23. Ludo says:

    Honey, i don’t think anyone minds if you post about sad stuff. We is all here for each other through the good and the bad, kind of like a marriage! Hehe! How annoying that the injection has not worked. Fancy going through all that for nothing so far. I do hope it works this week or next and you don’t have to have it done again! Paul and Hsin-Yi’s art therapy be such a good idea and I think Paul is doing really well already. TNP agrees with his plane comment. Men is such perfectionists!
    ~Lickies, Ludo

  24. Mina&Mak&Mo says:

    Hello Honey,

    it’s so sad that this injection didn’t work yet, I still hope that there won’t be need for another one, and that your pressure won’t get so high again :( Oh, I do hope that everything will work fine, it’s really enough of problem for you guys ….

    Hsin-Yi is so creative! I remember when she said how she is not so good in showing affection and hugging and kissing (in public especially), but this dedication and ideas and time and so much more she puts into you all, your family, it’s just pure and utter love. I think going to drawing classes and doing little sculptures will help Paul a lot, because they are also relaxing, and he doesn’t need to constantly think about “getting better” with this exercise, because he is focusing on getting the sculpture or painting done, but still is exercising a lot! And, I have to say, no matter how difficult your situation is, you are laughing on every picture and you look really happy, so I do hope everything will turn out just fine and that you will soon have a peace mind and start you old new life in Perth.

    Wishing you the best,
    Mina

  25. Michelle Tureson says:

    I’m sorry for all the stress you guys are going through. Plus, with the move coming up it makes it even harder. Still, with all that has happened it go to see both of you working hard to help Paul with his rehab. That is what couples are supposed to do; take care and help one another. You said that you felt bad not being able to put on happy posts but seeing the little figures you and Paul made did make my daughter and I smile. (By the way, my daughter says Paul’s cat should be called the evil cat because of the weird eyes.) We both laughed out loud when we saw it. Also, she said to tell Paul his airplane was better than yours.) Doing the art classes together looks like you are having a good time, as well. Great idea! We are sorry that Honey is still having so much pressure in her eye. We’re glad she doesn’t seem to be in such pain, though. Poor pupper. She’s lucky that you are there to take such good care of her.

  26. Glenlivet says:

    Hello Honey,
    We are so sorry about Paul’s illness and as much about your eye ! We totally understand you share those details on your blog. Please keep on making your humans’s life happier.
    Slobbers,
    Glenlivet

  27. Elena says:

    Hope Paul and Honey will get well soon!
    Great pictures.

    Love,

    Elena and Lyra the JRT

  28. Sending hugs! It sounds like you’re having a rough time. I hope things get better for you all soon.

    - Jasmine

  29. Rubie says:

    Hi Hsin-Yi – I have been behind in reading most blogs so I have just learned about Paul….. and hence the reason why you have been so stressed…. I figured it was health related re: one of you. How horrible and scary – thank goodness it will result in a full recovery (but as someone who has just had a school friend (also a doctor) diagnosed with MS at 44…. I understand a little of what you have been through) I’m relieved it is something which Paul will recover through – and his dream of being a specialist in his field will come true! I’m sorry for Honey and her eye problems too – I wish we could wave a magic wand for Honey and Paul!!!

    As for your relocation – I agree Sydney is a wonderful place to visit – but so different to live there. The real estate prices are enough to make us run for cover…..

    I wish you could have chosen Adelaide – we are often compared to Perth… but the hot weather in Perth is a worry, I don’t like really hot weather (like Rubie). You will enjoy it a lot more than your current circumstance and the coastline is lovely and uncluttered just like your picture!! All the best for everyone making a safe journey!

    Rubies mum xxx

    • bighoneydog says:

      Thanks for your lovely comment! Well, we don’t know for sure if Paul will make a full recovery – nobody knows about nerve damage and how much you can heal & regenerate – but we are keeping everything crossed and doing lots of rehab and hoping for the best!

      Yes, we had heard a lot about the hot Perth weather, which is going to be tough for Honey. The only good thing is that it seems like most housing there has AC as non-negotiable, so we will be able to keep Honey cool and only take her out for walks late evening (when apparently it cools down coz there is a sea breeze) during the hot summer months – unlike here in Sydney now, many houses don’t have AC coz it doesn’t get hot enough to warrant it (such as the one we’re renting!) and it’s miserable for Honey (and all of us really), sitting around sweltering even indoors! :P

      Anyway, thanks again for visiting and please forgive me if we don’t manage to come round & say hello for a while! :-)

      Hsin-Yi

  30. Jacky says:

    Sounds like a lot of fun (except for your eye, Honey). Perhaps Paul should be put to ‘work’? I can imagine that sewing buttons onto shirts would be a good hand-eye exercise … especially getting the needle through those small holes ;-) and perhaps taking a ‘bad-leash’ dog for a walk … Bongo sure does exercise my arms for the first few blocks of our walk. Hoping all goes well. Sunny and very warm greetings from South Africa.

  31. Bronnie says:

    Don’t worry about false-happy posts or otherwise. The one thing that comes out at me with this post is the amount of love in it. Get well soon for all. x

  32. parlance says:

    What a difficult time you are having, Hsin-Yi! I hope Paul’s rehab continues to help him to a complete recovery and that Honey’s eye problems settle.

  33. Bark'n About says:

    Wow you all have had just enough stress for a lifetime lately! I am so sorry. Glad to hear your eye is not painful and it sounds like your in good care with your specialist. I hope it improves before your flight as I would worry about the altitude and air pressure with it. You all are amazing with the exercises you are coming up with for Paul – so ingenious! Love the figurines. I hope the next time I get to stop by I get to read things are much MUCH better for you!!

  34. Abby & Jack says:

    OH Honey, I am so sorry to hear about Paul’s sickie, and your eye. It does however sound as though things are really picking up for Paul, especially with Hsin-Yi helping out in the rehab area! What great ideas. I hope the “magic Injection” works for you, I guess being such a big dog it must take longer.
    Hope you are all staying cool in this heat. Good luck with everything and we hope the move to Perth is a smooth one and that you all really enjoy Perth. It sounds like a lovely place to live. We are hoping to visit one day :)
    Licks and Woofs from Abby, Jack and our humans :)

  35. carschmn says:

    Paul’s play doh stuff is better than mine and I don’t have nerve damage.

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