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daddy89

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Message Posted: Jul 3, 2009 3:31:38 PM

This is to replace the Hey Janrey that was deleted from this site.



[Edited by: CC at 7/6/2009 1:29:28 PM EST]
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geezer
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Message Posted: Apr 23, 2014 1:48:20 PM

Nothing much going on here today. Just some rain.

I hope you get better doon, Tru, but I doubt the chair gave you pneumonia. Have you thought about returning it to the store?
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janrey
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Message Posted: Apr 23, 2014 1:47:36 PM

Tru it definitely could be chemicals from the chair!!! You need to get it sent back to LAZYBOY ASAP!!! I think they do treat it the same though.

New carpeting can make it difficult for me to breathe as well as some chemical cleaners. I had an incident that caused hives this weekend :-(
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Message Posted: Apr 23, 2014 10:34:06 AM

I got a chest xray yesterday and found l have pneumonia. I firmly believe it is chemical related to the toxins in this chair. l do not know it it is treated any differently. I have good oxygen level in blood. Going for blood test today but just normal testing.
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Message Posted: Apr 23, 2014 9:28:53 AM

Good morning 330 M6 and Tru

Doing yardwork was sort of a treat for me yesterday. I had help from a landscaping friend who was the designated digger but we got the patio beds mostly planted so I will have color when I look out my windows for the next surgery :-)

Headed over to ride Bandi shortly. So nice to not have to fit pt into my schedule for awhile :-)
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Message Posted: Apr 22, 2014 5:26:19 PM

Afternoon jan, BB, geez, Claudie and tru. It's too pretty to be inside, but we're taking a break from yard work. We've found someone to work on Trish's truck, but I've got a feeling it's gonna end up being a lot more than the $1,000 I want to spend.
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Message Posted: Apr 22, 2014 3:58:29 PM

Hi Janrey,

I was in Sublette, IL yesterday morning and I ran into a band of footmen and likewise Captain Farrell.
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Message Posted: Apr 22, 2014 3:03:37 PM

Congrats for meeting all your goals.
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Message Posted: Apr 22, 2014 2:53:12 PM

Woo hoo! I'm released from pt til after the next surgery. It was certainly at my suggestion but they whole heartedly agreed I had worked my a$$ off and met all my long term goals and more than ready for round 2 :-)
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Message Posted: Apr 22, 2014 9:31:20 AM

Morning all:
A tomato, eggplant and green beans are all l really have going. The artichoke is from last year and l tried a few potatoes. Since the birds are blessing me with strawberry plants, l decided to use one barrel for them as well, so that is all l have room for.

I found some snapdragons that were absolutely startling with a blend or contrast in color. Yellow with red. Interested me, and tho it is not in the color scheme, l still planted 2 in my front border and 2 in the common area where l am trying to get a little color. That wore me out.

Today l see an FNP about this fatigue, shortness of breath and calf pain. Checking out the heart - just to make sure.
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Message Posted: Apr 22, 2014 9:20:45 AM

Good morning geez, Tru, Claudie, BB and M6

Sorry I was awol yesterday but realized this weekend that the surgery clock is ticking ever faster!! Went to the Dr. yesterday to get my pre-surgery clearance. My bloodwork from the previous one was out 3 days <sigh>

Claudie I usually hate having the whole lecture over my bloodwork results but since they know I've got to get through the second surgery to return to my normal life they just leave me alone! I know they're doing their job and it's for my good but I'm just tired of the whole doctor thing.

BB I don't even have guests and I spent the weekend cleaning lol But once again it's to get the house in shape for the weeks that I really can only do what's absolutely necessary :/geez my patio is one of my favorite things!!! I'm working on getting the flower beds around it back in shape. Hired someone to do all the planting for me but I've been buying the majority of the plants. Should make real progress this afternoon!!

Tru you and I share that love of flowers. Might actually get a few vegetables and tomatoes in this year also. No point in doing the garden plot though as I won't be able to take care of it during the majority of the summer :/
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Message Posted: Apr 22, 2014 8:54:09 AM

I got to go play golf in low 70's weather yesterday, but today the rains come in. We went to a home show two weekends back and now we have a few of the exhibitors coming over to give estimates. today is the gutter people. Our gutters are falling off in a few places and are black from whatever that is that gets on them and Wan't be removed. We're also looking into some stonework out back. we've got a wood wall just about falling over back there. it needs to be replaced, plus we're considering a patio area. Again, price is the issue.
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Message Posted: Apr 22, 2014 7:21:22 AM

Good morning, jan,

It's Tuesday, so I'm taking Mom to the store this morning. On the way back, we'll stop at the cardiologist's office to have blood drawn so Mom's potassium and sodium numbers can be checked. It's supposed to rain today, but thankfully not 'til later. Should be a dry day for our trip out. :)

Have a great day!
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Message Posted: Apr 21, 2014 11:11:44 PM

Good evening!

We had a nice quiet Easter, with a proper holiday dinner and all. The best compromise festive dinner is salmon, and we had a nice amount in the freezer - as well as ice cream, topped with some well-preserved Xmas fruitcake from a friend.

And we have another friend coming to visit this week, arriving on Wed. a.m. So once again we will be busy for most of the week.

One benefit of having lots of guests is that we keep on cleaning things - necessary right now because it's also shedding season!
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Message Posted: Apr 21, 2014 8:53:07 AM

Morning all and thanks for Easter wishes.
Didn't turn out as son planned, as that particular Black Angus did not have the buffet, but l had prime rib that was excellent. It was nice visit with son and the drive home was tiring as the traffic was stop and go at places for no reason l could ascertain.

I enjoyed also being away from this chair;s fumes. Right now even tho it is still dark out, l have both doors open and a window and 2 fans going. I would guess it has improved 90%, yet l still cannot stay in the same room without the doors open. I cannot sit in it.

I found out why my son was so giving of gas (he filled my tank) and expensive meal. He got a settlement from a class action suit. Not a great amount, but more than he expected. So he shared. Smile.



[Edited by: trugasCA at 4/21/2014 8:55:33 AM EST]
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geezer
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Message Posted: Apr 21, 2014 8:37:02 AM

Easter hangover this morning?
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Message Posted: Apr 20, 2014 5:49:12 PM

Happy Easter!
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geezer
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Message Posted: Apr 20, 2014 10:55:49 AM

Claudie, the grandson, et al, came in Thursday night and just left to be with the "other grandma" a few minutes ago. The house is eerily quiet.

Happy Easter, all!
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Message Posted: Apr 20, 2014 10:43:50 AM

Happy Easter Tru, Claudie, M6, BB and Geez!

Finally the sun is shining. Yesterday was a great stay indoors day but I also decided to clean my bedroom from top to bottom to see if I could start getting ahead of all of my allergies. So far that hasn't happened :/

It's still damp enough that I might get outside and get some more of my patio plants in the ground but it's still on the cool side and pretty windy.

Hope everyone is enjoying the day with their family :-)
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Message Posted: Apr 20, 2014 9:51:11 AM

M6 would that l could.
My recliner had to be taken apart in two pieces to get in the front door. I may be able to lift the back part of the chair, but l don't think l could carry the bottom part and lift it up over the refrigerator to get it thru the kitchen. I just have to keep everything open to let the fumes out. I am going to Sacramento today and of course will have to lock up, but will leave the fan over the stove going. Then open up when l get back. Doors are open right now and 2 fans going. At least l am not coughing without wearing a mask.

Morning Janrey:
Things are better, and l am leaving soon to got to my son's where he wants to take me out to Easter Buffet at Black Angus. That is one cafe we don't have here. So l have to drive there. Probably $60 with tip. But he wants to do it.
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Message Posted: Apr 20, 2014 8:19:07 AM

Good morning, jan,

Happy Easter!

It should be a nice quiet day for me today. Yeah, I really need it, too.

Have a great day!
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Message Posted: Apr 19, 2014 3:38:37 PM

Afternoon jan, BB, geez, Claudie and tru. It's a beautiful day here; sunny and in the mid-70's. I called to get a tee time this morning, but everything was already booked.

tru, why don't you set the recliner on your back porch for a day?

geez, grandkids really are grand...and after they wear you out, they go home.

BB, we usually see strawberries in May. I think we're going to plant the garden in about 10 days or so.
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Message Posted: Apr 19, 2014 8:36:03 AM

Great Idea for the soup BB.

Morning Janrey:
I have my new recliner and it is so full of chemicals that l am using masks to breathe without coughing and all doors and windows open for day and a half now. Also using sprays to kill the odor. It is potent. l cough as soon as l open the bedroom door. Actually this morning l smelled it in my bedroom at 3:30 and never went back to sleep. Dark out and still have opened windows and have vent over stove going.
I don't understand it as l have bought Lazy-Boy for years, couches and chairs and never had this problem. Must be coming from China now. Most things from CHina have awful smells. l have even found dead bugs in coconut hanging plant fillers. Also on the back of the flyer they sent a little tiny 1"x1" notice saying "Chemicals in products cause cancer" So tiny and no salesperson mentioned any of this.
If this doesn't dissapate in another day or so l am calling them and telling them my breathing problems are exacerbated and what will they do? l want this chair out of here if this continues. Fortunately l will be gone this morning and all doors will be open all day and l will be gone tomorrow. Away from this horrid chemical smell.
It is no wonder they warn us that the air in our homes is worse than outdoors.
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Message Posted: Apr 19, 2014 8:35:07 AM

Good morning, jan,

YES! <pumps fist> The rain has knocked that pollen count down to 325 (it pretty much rained all day yesterday); I checked the rain gauge and there's 1.4 inches in it!)! Still considered 'high,' but nothing like it even was!

geezer, have a great time with your grandson. Will he be there for just today?

Well, I thought I'd be staying home today, but that has changed. :) There is a pottery/ceramics place in our little town, and Daughter decided she wanted to take the kids there to pick a piece of pottery and then paint it (it's supposed to be another drizzly, dreary day here, so no playing outside). She wanted to know if Alhana (who's here for the weekend) wanted to go, too. Of course, she said yeah! So here are today's plans....Son, Alhana, and I will meet Daughter at the pottery place at 11 AM, and the kids will all do their thing. After that, we'll all go somewhere and have lunch (I'll call hubby to meet us there). It should be a good time. :)

Have a great day!
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Message Posted: Apr 19, 2014 8:14:07 AM

My 20 month old grandson is here brightening up the house. Like all grandkids, he's the cutest and smartest one ever. Too bad they live over four hours away in New Hampshire. I'd like to see him more often.
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Message Posted: Apr 18, 2014 11:49:53 PM

Good evening!

My friend has an appt. set up already, in two weeks. It's not very invasive, so she is relatively happy with the plans.

Tru, it sounds like you do a great job of cooking for one. And I'm jealous of fresh strawberries! Our local ones are never ready till June, and this year, who knows?

What I do when cooking for just myself, or even two, is start with a big pot of something, cook a basic batch, and then finish off each batch in a different way. Like soup, with peas added one time and noodles the next time. So it's not the same thing too many days in a row.
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Message Posted: Apr 18, 2014 10:11:25 AM

Morning:
Yes Janrey l have the problem of cooking less myself. But l am learning. The rest l give away. I share with a couple of the guys. Bob brought me liver and onions the other day. Was perfect. So l gave him his favorite, lamb.

There is a site online that allows you to adjust the recipe. EG it serves 10, then you put in half and it will adjust all measurements. Sorry l don't remember where. LOL. But most recipes can be cut in half. Also a hint l use; half a mixed meatloaf I cook, and the other half l put in freezer to cook later. Frozen hamburger lasts well. If you make mashed potatoes you can bag some after mashing and freeze for another meal. Hope some ideas come from these hints.
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Message Posted: Apr 18, 2014 9:38:41 AM

Jan, do you want me to come back down so the weather gets nicer?
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Message Posted: Apr 18, 2014 8:12:39 AM

Morning 330, Tru, M6, Claudie and Wacki

330 once again I get the reference. I love sunflowers!!

Tru wish you were closer so I could visit and get some recipes from you! Still haven't mastered or maybe it's not that important to me to cook for one. I need to make that a higher priority if I want to work on my weight though. Processed food is definitely not that healthy!

M6 seems like the prices of everything is skyrocketing right now. I expect horse feed to go up any time now :/

Wacki I can't believe you still climb ladders! With all the trouble I've had with my knees they scare me and guessing I'll avoid them whenever possible even once my knees are bionic. Other than breaking bones, how are you doing?

Claudie there is a kroger in Columbia but getting there would eat up any discount I get :/

I too want the rain to come back if only briefly to take the pollen out of the air for just a while. My allergies are very bad this year and the meds make me sleep but at the wrong times (sigh)
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Message Posted: Apr 18, 2014 8:00:27 AM

Good morning, jan,

I'm not going out anywhere today, and I sure am glad since rain's supposed to be moving in soon. Good, so it can wash away more of the pollen, though, the count's about the same as yesterday. :)

m6gm, I sure am glad the grocery store I mostly go to has a weekly Senior Discount day, though, it's only 5% of the final cost and I have missed the last 2 weeks. Oh, well!

Have a great day, y'all!
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Message Posted: Apr 17, 2014 7:54:50 PM

Broke some bones recently rebuilding a fence and some off the ground things

The doctor said somethings I didn't want to hear. Don, you can't do stuff like the past--------hell I'm only 65

UGH
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Message Posted: Apr 17, 2014 5:37:27 PM

Afternoon jan, geez, BB, Claudie and tru. Yesterday I was able to post gas prices, but then GB wouldn't let me on any forums, ao I quit after about an hour.

I sure wish they had a grocery with senior discounts here. And, if you want anything out of the ordinary, you have to drive 30 miles to find it. The prices of everything are going through the roof; a pound of hamburger is almost $4 now. We bought 3 pounds of shrimp at Sam's a couple of weeks ago and it had gone from $19.99 to $29.99.
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Message Posted: Apr 17, 2014 10:46:32 AM

Morning:
I was so busy and so tired yesterday after l was thru and before l left l couldn't get on GB. Don't know why as l tried several ways.

I bought 6 more # of strawberries and were only $1 ea. So decorating cakes with them of course. l saw a couple of field stands open on the way home.
Baked 2 cakes and a leg of lamb.

Shopped two stores and saved almost $12 with coupons and senior discount. $5 coupon at Sprouts where l got the strawberries. That is why l could afford the lamb. Smile.

Saved $3 with coupon and $3.60 on senior discount at Grocery Outlet. By their estimation l saved $42. Because their prices are lower.

Because of buying so many staples to save the money, l won't have to shop again for months. LOL. Knowing me l will anyway. I am taking some to my son when l drive over to meet him for Easter Brunch. Soap, bleach, coffee, paper towels and juices. A handful of chicken and hamburger.
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Message Posted: Apr 17, 2014 9:08:38 AM

Hi Janrey,

I was in Leonore, IL the other day and all the brave Helios there were waking up their steeds to bring the warmth the countryside needs.
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Message Posted: Apr 17, 2014 7:33:41 AM

Morning BB and everyone else that manages to get on GB. What a punk it was being yesterday :-(

Another cold morning 33 but think the few plants that I didn't move are going to be fine. Another night in the 30s tonight and hopefully DONE with this cold weather!!
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Message Posted: Apr 17, 2014 7:33:20 AM

Good morning, jan,

Looks like the GB site shut down yesterday morning (again!) right after I made my morning post (about 7:30 AM), and it didn't come back up again until about 11. Sheesh! Therefore I decided it was going to be a no-round Wednesday for me.

Hubby had an appointment with the vascular surgeon yesterday morning and it went real well, time-wise and information-wise! Appointment was for 11 AM, and we got in about 10:50 and saw the doctor about 11:05. He had a CAT Scan done last week and it was good; get another one next year. If that one's also good, then they'll start doing ultrasounds instead. :)

The pollen count's looking really good around here, too; it went from 2500 yesterday to about 700 today. I believe the pine pollen is all finished b/c I haven't been seeing it all over everything. Yay! Open up the doors and windows! That is, IF it warms up enough later. It's about 40° right now, going up to about 60°. It just might be a little cool for open doors, but we'll see later.

I'm going to the grocery store this morning. Well, actually, I need to go to Mom's first and then to the store. No senior discount, but, oh, well! :)

Have a great day!
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Message Posted: Apr 17, 2014 12:11:08 AM

Where is everyone else today? We have been busy, and then went to see a film tonight. No more word from my friend, so I may try to call her tomorrow. I hope to go see her in a few weeks.

I love acquiring solid old cookware and kitchen stuff. Some of the pyrex I bought new, but it's nice to have a good stock of classic ovenware. And even better, if we use it in microwave it doesn't get guck baked on and is much easier to clean!
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Message Posted: Apr 16, 2014 7:27:52 AM

Morning geez, Tru and BB

34 here this morning. For sure it will go to at least 32 tonight :/ BB and Geez I know that's not cold to you but I moved all the tender plants into the garage last night and will move them to sunporch today when in all probability it will freeze tonight. I was supposed to get them in the ground yesterday but the weather was so unpredictable I moved it to later this week and glad I did!

BB I'm sorry about your friend. Have so many that have and are still going through breast cancer treatment. I am happy to say that most have been very successful at least to the 5 year mark!

Tru that's a real score! I donated an unbelievable amount of cookware, storage containers and bakeware to goodwill from the Florida house. Fortunately I kept some but have had to buy replacements for several things that for sure I donated not one but at least 2-3 of :/
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Message Posted: Apr 15, 2014 11:33:33 PM

Good evening! Well, sort of -- yes, it's actually a mess. At least we had a lovely weekend when our guests were here. I'm pretty sure they only want to visit in warm weather because he smokes (yuck!) and knows he has to do it outside here. And now we are indeed getting dumped on . . . .

We also found out on Fri that my friend who was visiting got a questionable result on her just-finished mammogram, and had even worse news on the biopsy. So I'm waiting to hear what will happen next - fingers crossed.
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Message Posted: Apr 15, 2014 11:21:58 PM

Holy crap, it's mid winter all over again here! the snow is coming down heavy and blowing sideways. Because it was 66 earlier today, it's stuck to the side of buildings and at least two inches on the ground. It's like awakening from a bad dream and finding out it's not a dream.
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Message Posted: Apr 15, 2014 4:00:33 PM

Dumpster diving reaps rewards sometimes, doesn't it, Tru?
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Message Posted: Apr 15, 2014 9:55:11 AM

Morning;
We seem to have gotten into a rut temperature wise. 70's for the foreseeable future. Fog every morning. The artichoke loves it. I don't.
People throw away the strangest things. l saw a lady taking some bowls and baking dishes to dumpster, so l went out to look. 2 lovely cut glass design plastic bowls and 2 13X9 baking dishes. l grabbed them all. In my dishwasher now. Pyrex baking dishes worth $10 each.

[Edited by: trugasCA at 4/15/2014 9:57:30 AM EST]
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Message Posted: Apr 15, 2014 8:45:54 AM

Our turn for the big cool down today. It's in the 60's now and snow is arriving tonight.
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Message Posted: Apr 14, 2014 8:49:38 PM

Geez I should have checked with you before I explained the scar!

Tru that's wonderful there's a program that helps out. Wish there had been something similar to help my mom stay in her house but there were so many different issures :-(
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Message Posted: Apr 14, 2014 9:31:48 AM

Well am I ever wrong..l looked up the description of the program in CA and it is involved , administered by medicare. Disability heath Services and l am qualified as Age . Aged and Disabled program. Several programs combined including the Federal government.
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Message Posted: Apr 14, 2014 9:22:36 AM

Janrey: l don't think IHSS has anything to do with Medicare but l might be wrong. In Home Support Services. That is run by the State l think.
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Message Posted: Apr 14, 2014 8:48:02 AM

Jan, I tell people I got in a knife fight with a midget.
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Message Posted: Apr 14, 2014 8:03:16 AM

Morning Claudie, geez, M6 and Tru

Claudie I'm so glad the rain hasn't started yet! Going to ride Bandi this morning while the girl that rides Monty is going to jump some of our cross country fences. I've been with her when she was jumping some of the smaller ones but apparently she's doing bigger and bigger. She loves to jump and so apparently does he but they both have to work on their flat work because that's what I will eventually be doing with him :-)

Geez I've been in shorts the last few days and I forget about my very newest war wound. That's good I guess. If someone asks I tell them I'll match in a little more than a month lol

M6 I saw the last 3 minutes. I usually love watching the Masters but just wasn't home much yesterday to watch tv.

Tru you're not the only one that cleans up before the housekeeper gets there! I think most women do. I had someone come and help me with the baseboards, floors and just general heavy cleaning right after I moved in. I'm thinking about having her back before the second surgery to do the same thing all over again. Is your program a medicare one?
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Message Posted: Apr 14, 2014 7:47:50 AM

Good morning, jan,

This morning I'm going to the nail salon to get a pedicure. After that, I'll stop off at Mom's (it IS only just across the street!) and have her sign some papers (and get them notarized there, too...that is, IF the notary is there!); finally I need to stop at the bank on the way home, and that'll be it! :) After that, I'll just go on home and wait for the rain to start so it can wash away lots of the pollen! BTW, the count this morning is about 3500, only up by a coupla hundred.

Have a great day!
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Message Posted: Apr 13, 2014 4:49:05 PM

Watching The Masters tournament this afternoon. Speith was up 2 over Watson when I went to change the oil in the mower and, when I get back, he's putting for 2 down. How fortunes can change.
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Message Posted: Apr 13, 2014 9:42:05 AM

I'm wearing shorts here in the frozen northeast today. A first of the season thing. Tomorrow, too, but then it's back to 40's and low 50's for several days.
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