Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by ConfusedInPA, Dec 4, 2012.
....Welcome to any newcomers...feel free to drop in and say hello, and any sentences you feel like, short or long....does not need to call us by names, etc....
no rules except for respectfulness, kindness, and not too controversial topics.
Nothing controversial going on in my home. LOL
Well, not too controversial.
Not in my mind, anyway. LOL
Or, not controversial that I will be sharing about.
Hello to everyone, and my hopes for you each to feel okay, and to have moments of peacefulness, rest and gratitude.
It's what I strive for....plus acceptance of when I do not acheive those goals.
Updates an any of you?
Skin spots, and other ailments and activities and non-active activities????
what's new with me, now my left hand was painful when I woke up this morning. My right thumb was dx'd with OA probably 25 yrs ago, it's gotten worse in the last few years...got worse from my shuffling the bridge cards, now I do it without stressing the thumbs..
This OA never goes away and only gets worse with aging. It just keeps creeping thru the body.
Ultra Tiger Balm works good on hands for me. Gets rid of the pain for quite a while.
Ordered a jar of Octogen2, this "old" topical contains Oil of Turpentine which Edgar Cayce writes a lot about for pain. I'll be anxious to try the new product.....
This is where MOST of my money, what's left, goes...on supplements. Take care all jam
My hubby's mother is 98 and still living at home, very independent. Monday was her birthday and all her kids/spouses took her out for dinner. She was in a great mood, sat by me, and ate an entire plate of desserts after her meal. (She's a tiny little thing, 4' 10"). Such a great B-day for her.......unfortunately, when she was taken home by her DD, she fell on her step into the house and broke her hip.
Surgery went great yesterday. Will be sent to our small hospital tomorrow for therapy. She's determined to go back home and be as good as new, and we sure pray that happens. But we also are being realistic and thinking of what we should do if that doesn't happen. In our small town, there is no Home Health, etc, and checking her daily is the best any of us can do. She was in better health than any of her kids, and stubborn as an ox, so she may just get her wish, who knows?
Hip surgery has sure come a long way! No general anesthetic due to her age and the effects it has, and will be up and full weight bearing today! Wow....after a major break, this is unreal, and our family definitely has the greatfulness and understanding of being blessed today.
After a few short nights, I'm heading back to bed. Hubby may have to go visit without me today. My pain levels are unreal, but so happy I could be there. Hugs to all.
It is hopeless to try to respond to all the posts on the other thread.
I do remember Rock's funny pun. There was one where the duck went into the drug store and told the clerk to give him some lip balm and put it on his bill. Yuk! Yuk!
If I get anyone mixed up, I apologize.
Granni, congratulations on 51 years.
Pam, glad construction is coming along. Houses look twice as small until the walls start going up. Once upper subfloor is down, it's a good idea to go in and put in more nails so the floors won't squeak. Contractors usually do not use enough nails.
Leah, I'm with you; I did nothing yesterday. Went to the meeting, felt sick and came home and slept all day. Hope you feel better.
Diane, thanks for starting new thread.
Jam, Gold Bond cream in the blue tube is great for OA too.
Jole, I'm so sorry for your MIL. I hope she gets along well. I'm convinced that people from the middle of the country, especially prairie states, are tough. They had to be for generations to get through the hardships they endured.
I feel horrible thinking I've missed someone or forgot what someone said. I'm still not feeling 100 percent today. I've just been sick with one thing or another for sooooo long that I'm turning mean. I've slipped from acceptance into anger for a short spell. Swore like a sailor last night when some little thing didn't go right. Better to let off the steam, I guess.
I did manage to go out and buy car ins. today. I had Safeco and their rates continued to climb every six months until I was paying $93 a month. I just got the exact same coverage with State Farm for $53 a month. I've been meaning to take care of this but have been too sick or busy. Finally, I just did it. Very nice young agent and it was painless.
Barb and I went through Burger King's drive thru. We were hungry; I haven't been eating anything to speak of. I think the red spot is better. I need to call and get an apt. with the dermatologist. As long as the spot doesn't spread, get redder, or I get other spots, I guess it can wait. I'm just too sick to take care of these things. The sinus infection is much, much better but I'm feeling sick just like when this all started. Still on ABX. Guess I'll just have to ride it out.
Just heard that Dave Brubeck has died. He was almost 92. I love his music. So many of the older artists are dying. It's sad.
Nothing else to tell. I'm off to bed--again
Love to everyone.
of your MIL's fall, after a perfect day/night. Never know how things will end up.
Did they do a repair or a hip replacement? Hope she'll heal and go on for some more years.
I have a good friend who is only 91 and she runs circles around me and most of her friends....amazing.
Things (me) are slow here. Lots of rain; we have an ephemeral spring in the back yard! No damage.
I've just come in from picking persimmons. Plenty of them this year, and they are very good! Very, very good! No seeds, easy peel, and no bitterness; all is sweet.
Richard has been makings soups, - split pea, and lentil. We load them up with carrots and celery, etc. Make big batches and freeze some for later.
I've been reading a lot lately -- actually all my life -- but I've been having mood problems and I find the escape into a different world helps. Plus it can be darn educational!
I just discovered Maeve Binchy and read her first two books which I enjoyed very much. Am now reading her 'Echoes'. Just finished Donna Leon's latest, 'Beastly Things' which was alright, but not as good as the other twenty in the series, all of them about life (and death) in Venice, with the wonderfully interesting main character , Inspector Brunetti. You sure learn a lot about Venice, Italy, corrupt Italian politics, and a lot of fun food facts!
Hope all your pets are ok. My dog Phoebe is 13 now, but is still very active. She has been eating an apple a day that she finds under the Golden Delicious in the back yard. So funny to see her wandering around trying to decide which apple to bring home to eat! She did have a slight incontinence problem, but we've got that under control now, and no more leakage.
Sorry for no individual talk,
But I've been very, very fatigued,
Chronically so you might say!
I'll try to tell you all about my little spiders later. Been giving me some pleasure. And the beautiful fox on T-day! Richard and I, 43 yrs. anniv.
Love to all
Barry, wow, congrats on your anniversary too...43 years is .....i'm speechless.
Hello to each one of you....
It's good to see your posts.
Roller coaster day for me....and I am no good on any such rides!!
Barely hanging on, but that will have to do.
Reminding myself to count blessings.
Hope you each find some too.
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Hoping everyone has a good day.
Leah, I know the roller coaster ride well. I also know the tilt 'a whirl ride where everything is spinning out of control. Then, there's the Ferris Wheel where I get up high and can see how nice it is only to come back down to the bottom. Who knew we could stay home and have our own carnival. Sending wishes for joy in the fun house and lots of cotton candy.
Barry, so good to hear from you. I used to read Maeve Binchy but haven't for a few years. She is a good writer. Right now, I'm reading a Dean Koonze (sp?) book about a demented clown and, considering my fear and loathing of clowns, it's hard to get through. Almost there so I can read something better. I just got a new "Vanity Fair" so will be tied up with that. Don't know how I got "Bazaar" but I can sit down with it and get through it and give it to Barb. I know it's high fashion but if we ever saw someone actually dressed and made up like the women in the mag, we would die laughing. I've seen a few fashionista wannabe's down here and it's just sad. We have truly wealthy people here and they wouldn't dress like that if their lives depended on it.
So glad to hear Phoebe is doing so well. We really cherish our older pets. Simon came for his breakfast this morning. Tweety came in. She and Sylvester have been eating a bit of shrimp, about the only people food they like, and cream or milk. Yesterday, I brushed Sylvester's long fur and combed Tweety's sleek coat. It's like they had been to a kitty spa. The cut on Sylvester's foot is healed and his sock is gone. He's so docile, a complete opposite to Tweety's demanding, diva attitude. I respect her knowing what she wants and going for it. She'd do well in business
I feel a tad better today. Good thing because I need to go out to a couple of stores. Barb has been cleaning and packing for her cruise. I'm taking her out toward the airport to a McDonald's where a bus will take the cruisers over to Miami to the port. There is an outdoor mall next to the port almost under the overpasses. The overpasses are lit a purple/blue at night and it is beautiful, especially if there are some ships in port. Nothing like eating outside and topping it off with a cup of Cuban coffee. Mmmmm. That's how I stay awake for the trip back to this coast.
As always, sending my best to everyone.
Just to let you know I'm thinking of you. Barry, Rock and Pam, so good to see you again (along with everyone else!)
MIL is doing well. Needed 2 pints of blood yesterday (not surgery related), then was up in the chair. Today they're walking her (which is severely painful at this stage). Plans are to transfer her back closer to home tomorrow where she'll be in Swing Bed for awhile to continue therapy. Such determination in that little body!!
I'm still trying to control my pain, and wish there were a pill for this total exhaustion...lol. Hugs to all.
It sure gets dark early, this time of year, this part of the planet.
Mikie, I hope you will continue to feel better, especially for when you take Barb to her drop-off location.
ANd YOU don't get dropped off there!
MIKIE, thanks for that amusement park metaphor. It put a smile on my face!
that sounds like the most fun type of shopping,
for cat scratching posts.
Yes, they really do NEED them. LOL
And Diane, have you tried quinoa?
It's Very easy to prepare....and I don't think it has gluten. Very nutritious too. LIKE a grain, it seems, but is actually a seed that you simmer in water only about a half hour, and it has protein and nutrients. Very light. Bland without some seasoning(herbs or veggies or with meat) or something by it, ....bland but good, I mean!
I hope your mil continues to do well...
and that YOU take extra good care of yourself!! Follow Diane's orders!
Hello to everyone else!
Chilly here in the North country, but no snow this week, except in the mountains, which I cannot see from my window.
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Thanks for all your "feel better" good wishes. Each day is better. Yesterday, I started to Herx so stayed home, close to the john. OK, I know--TMI!
Leah, I kinda like the early darkness because it's cold enough that visitors don't try to swim after dark. All summer long, visitors try to skirt the rules and I have to go down and throw them out. I wonder what they think the "No Swimming After Dark" sign on the gate means. You wouldn't believe some of the reasons I get. The health dept. can shut our pool down if we don't enforce the rules because we don't have adequate lighting to safely swim at night. You almost need stadium lights and I don't want that outside my windows. Also, our ins. co. might drop us if we don't enforce it. I hope your carnival is nothing but fun today.
Diane, I've been eating so very little while on the ABX, no appetite, but I am wanting to cut carbs out of my diet. I'll be off the ABX in a couple of days. I need to go to the store but don't know what to buy. I have been eating some toast and crackers because they seem to keep my stomach from being upset by the ABX, even with probiotics. I no longer crave things like baked goods so I think the sugar monkey is off my back. I want to go shopping at PetSmart to get some new goodies for the kitties. They need new collars but they kick off the ones which have a snap closure. I need to find the elastic ones, hopefully, something Christmassy. Simon was up for his breakfast. I opened the door just as he was approaching his dish and he stopped mid-stride. He looks good, big and sleek. That made me feel better. I closed the door and he ate.
Jole, thanks for the update on DMIL. Still praying for her, bless her heart. Praying for you too to help you get through this.
I have to drop off a form at my old ins. co. today so will have to get going. Bealls has a $10 coupon for $25 spent today. I want to get one of those kits which makes headlight covers look like new. My car is 10 years old and, while the plastic isn't too foggy looking, I'd like them to look like new. My car is in exceptional condition because I don't drive it much and it sits under a carport. I'll probably have to buy something else. I usually just pick up another tee shirt. I'm hard on them.
Need to go to Lowe's for a new electrical outlet. I will change it out just to ensure that isn't what is making the lines on my TV before I call for repair. I need to stop at Wal-Mart to see if they can sell me the extended warranty for the new TV which the clerk failed to ring up. I need to go to Costco for some K-cups. They no longer carry the really inexpensive ones but they have new ones which come 100 to a box. Of course, I can always use my own in the little cup they provide.
Been invited now to two Christmas parties. I'll likely go to both. One is the neighborhood party at the pool on the 15th (would have been my 49th anniversary--beware the ides of Dec I'll just buy cookies for that one. The other is one at a good friend's and her daughter and she always throw great parties. Both are early enough for an old coot like me and all the other old coots living here.
Yesterday, I input all my contacts into the new phone. When you buy a new one at Verizon, they automatically download your contacts. Not so when one buys a TracFone from HSN. Actually, I wanted to change the way I organized them so it was good. Does anyone else know about using "ICE" as a contact for emergencies? ICE is for "in case of emergency." My neighbor says all the early responders know about ICE. So, I put in my daughters. I put the sherrif on speed dial because 911 on a cell may go across the state. Finally, I played with the new features on the phone and found them all but useless. I'm happy to do those things the same way I always have. Now, I want to buy some apps. I also put my phone on my wi-fi. It's encrypted so I had to put the key in so it could connect.
Watching "Morning Joe" and they are shaving off David Axelrod's mustache. He has had it for years. He bet that he would shave it off if he could raise $1 million for finding a cure for epilepsy. They surpassed the goal. Good for him. We need a spokesperson willing to shave something to raise money and awareness for our illnesses.
As the TV ad says, have a super sparkley day!
....and Diane, a short note to you....
Buckwheat "groats" are cooked easily , into kasha....yum!
That's their whole food form.
The small particles , instead of being called grains or kernels, or such,
are called groats.
It's a funny sounding word but it's for real.
Will try to come back some day soon...
I once saw a couple of goats;
They were eating their buckwheat groats.
Said one to the other,
C'mon my brother;
Let's go sail our boats.
I don't know where that came from but, Leah, that funny word inspired me. I make organic buckwheat pancakes and they are delicious. I make a whole stack and freeze some. Better than Eggos or Aunt Jamima's.
Diane, I had been pretty much following a Mediteranean diet but when I started taking the ABX, all bets were off. I have had no appetite and, like you, it's toast and saltine crackers which have settled my stomach. I've decided I just need to do what I need to do until I'm off the ABX in a couple of days. Then, back to lean meat, foul and fish with veggies.
I've lost the 10 lbs. I put on after I fell. My pants were falling off yesterday. I still need to lose weight. Think I'll go on the short, slow walk Barb and another buddy take at 7:00. They say that they feel better. My leg has been killing me since I slipped in the tub so I'm sure it will feel better with movement.
I tripped over Tweety this morning. I hit my elbow on the doorjamb. Cats never learn to stay out from under one's feet lest they miss a morsel of food that drops from the heavens. She had her shrimp and is back outside. Haven't seen Simon this morning.
Yesterday, Barb and I went out so she could get money for her cruise. I won't go to Costco on Fri., Sat., or Sun. so I stopped at Bed Bath & Beyond for a couple boxes of K-cups. Went to Bealls and found the headlight cover cleaner. People who have tried it say it does restore the clear plastic to almost new. Mine aren't bad anyway so they should do well. I'm anxious to try it. I had a coupon so had to buy a couple more things. I found beautiful aroma difusers in purple opaque glass with some little "jewels" around the neck. They will be hostess gifts for my friend and her daughter when I attend their party tomorrow. I got $50 worth of stuff for $20 with my coupon. Woohoo!
My Erethema is getting lighter and lighter; it's taken longer than I expected but it hasn't spread and there are no more. Think whatever virus I had, and then the sinusitis, caused it. I find that every little thing scares me because we have so much trouble with each new thing. I don't considered myself cured of the CFIDS/ME, FMS and Sjogren's even though the symptoms are gone. I forgot to ask the doc whether the shots would protect me against getting another immune/autoimmune disorder. Logically, I would think they would. I don't think we are hypochondriacs; it's just that whatever we get causes us so much more pain, stress, illness, whatever.
There is a single man here who was excited to hit some tennis balls with me before I got sick. Poor guy; he asked Barb about me and she told him about this cold and said she didn't think I'd be playing tennis anytime soon. He's not my type so nothing in the romance dept., but it would be nice to have someone to play. I think he might be a much better player than I. I used to be a good solid intermediate player but it's been years. If I don't still have court shoes, I'll have to get some so I can pivot without ruining my knees.
As usual, have written "W&P" here so had better go. Sending happy wishes, joy and good health to everyone.
Nice to be able to relax with my laptop and be comfortable.The forms will go up for the house while we are away a few days.I'm trying not to think to far ahead otherwise the months ahead would be stressful.
We seem to be doing fine in the RV.I don't think we have been a burden or inconvenience on sister and BIL.On sisters day off they seem to want to do things with us and we eat several meals a week together,BIL usually grills.I cook something or we take them out to try and keep up our turn.One day I washed their dog while they were gone.Wouldn't you know the day I washed laundry the washer broke for good.I felt sick about it.BIL had finished a load but mine was the final straw.A new set was ordered and will arrive the14th.BIL said it could have happened to anyone but I wish it was his load not mine.
Did I tell you our neighbors have chickens?Sis and I saw them when we were over on our land.They also have a very big Great Dane that is left outside 24hrs. a day barking.Hope the fence will be enough.He seems like a nice dog just neglected.The chickens are illegal but I'm not one to report people unless I can't stand it.I hear a rooster and a donkey somewhere close but don't know if it's from a farmers field.I hope it isn't my neighbor lol.
Hope you all are well.
1. Put up Nativity Scene
2. Send a few Christmas cards...and a birthday card.
3.......that's it, folks!
Good to be back with everyone again, and catch up a bit.
Pam, it's wonderful that 'our' house is finally in the beginning stages. I'm sure you're even more excited than we are...lol. Our house is old. We moved it out here from town and put it on a basement. Did the exact same thing....measured out where the rooms were downstairs (in the dirt), and the kids were so excited. They were already telling each other to 'stay out of my room' even then! Good memories. Love your animals! Make sure your home is built soundproof
Barry, I read for the same reasons you do. It seems to help with so many things, and definitely gets my mind off of 'me'. My hubby absolutely can't understand how I can go through so many books, but then he's never been a reader. Amazing that your doggy eats apples. Not sure mine would.
Mikie, so glad you're feeling better and the rash is clearing up. Would love to see you able to go back to tennis. What an accomplishment that would be after everything you've gone through. You've made such wonderful progress since the time of being so ill.
Diane, although I don't envy any of you having to fix special diets, you, Leah and Barry should be healthy as a horse! It seems so strange that these DDs can effect even the most conciencious people. Thought of you this morning. It's 6 degrees here. So far no wind though. It's the wind that does everyone in.
Leah, gRoats. I missed the r and couldn't make goats fit into the conversation. I love hearing about new foods, but goat does not sound appealing to me! Never had groats. Have had buckwheat though. Wishing you a good day today!!
Rock, I love your puns and jokes. You have an excellent memory. My neighbor called a few days ago and told me a really cute one. I'd repeat it if I could remember it. Did all the rain in Ca affect you guys? I know what we hear on the news isn't always the way it is, so just wondering.
Jam, Granni, always good to have you here! Granni, you stay so busy...good for you!
Are any of you decorating your homes, or have it finished? Since our kids won't be here this year, and with MIL visits. I've decided that the tree is not going up this year. Takes energy I don't have anyway. I put on my Christmas CDs and sing along (scary), have the Nativity Scene and a wreath, and call it good. Also no shopping to do.....the kids are going to buy for the grands for us. Thank goodness!
I try to go with hubby every other day to see MIL for a few hours. The day in between is spent in bed. My energy level is lower than it's been for quite awhile. I know hubby would love a good, large home cooked meal instead of a pot of spaghetti or homemade soup from the freezer. Anxious for my Rheumy appt, althoug on the other hand don't expect much. Terrible that we can't get excited about finding help, but there have been so many docs before.....
Don't think the steroid and antibiotic are doing the trick for our Jessi. She has her nose bare of hair, and bleeding again. Will have to take her back to the vet and get the biopsy.
Better get busy and write out those cards. I didn't send any last year, but have a few to relatives and GS in the National Guard. Getting too expensive.
Hugs to all.
I am afraid the warm weather here doesn't mean no bad days.That would be wonderful wouldn't it?Several days ago I started feeling run down and pain in my back and legs.I've tried shopping with my DD the last two days and am so unsteady and disoriented she's had to hold the 4yr. olds hand and tuck my arm under hers and tug us both around.
We made it to one store while GD was in school today and had to come home but I made use of that time and got GD gifts and DD said she would keep them and wrap them so I'm good.
I haven't put up a tree for yrs. and some yrs. no decorations even.Sister told me she's not going to bother this yr. and I think that is a first for her.She said it just seems like to much work.
Sorry about poor Jesse it sounds serious poor thing.
I'll lay around tomorrow and babysit in the evening so they can go out to eat alone then go back to the RV Wed.Huz started the drive back this morning and will be back Tues. night.
Same old, S O. Don't have the energy to post. I did feed Zipper and do
the dishes to day. That's not much, but it's something.
Gordon did lots of cooking (as usual) over the weekend. He made
albondigas soup and pistachio cake. He hasn't made those for a couple
We had rain for 7 days. Worse than the Northwest. I asked my brother
who lives in Oregon if it rained every day. He said, "No, but it feels like it."
When I've been up there they usually just get a hint of rain in the afternoon.
Tried reading J. K. Rowling's new book. Hated it. All the characters are
dysfunctional and unpleasant. Who wants to spend time with them?
What goes up, must come down. Old riddle: what goes up and never
Answer: your age.
Been gone as I'm sick again with whatever made us all sick at Thanksgiving. My kids are getting another round of it too. Seeing the doc this morning as when I got up on Mon., the bullseye rash was twice its former size and redder. Yikes! I'll let y'all know what she says. All I've done is sleep. This is no way to live. Guess I should feel lucky that the CFIDS/ME, FMS and Sjogren's symptoms are gone or I'd just be one big mixed bag of symptoms.
Rock, I feel for Zippy when it rains. We've actually had a couple of days of late rain. This is our "dry" season.
Pam, glad the house is coming together. It's exciting. "Our house is a very, very, very fine house..."
Jole, praying for Jesse. Keep us updated.
Diane, hope you're enjoying Kevin's vacation.
Barry, Granni, Leah, and Jam, hope you are well. I also hope I didn't miss anyone. After all this crud I'm going through, my cognitive isn't the best.
The leg I hurt in the fall is hurting all the time as I reinjured it slipping in the tub. My holiday plans are to become a couch potato unless there is a Christmas miracle.
Talked to DD and DGS's Kindle Fire arrived. I was worried because when you order something online for someone else, you don't know whether they got it unless they let you know. A courtesy call would be nice. I know that this time of year is a whirlwind for them, though. Thank God, my life is much, much simpler. All I have to do is get gift cards for our mail lady and paper guy. He is quitting on the 28th and hasn't had the route long. He's been slacking off so his bonus will be much less than I usually give.
Simon has been up having his breakfast early. He's looking sleek and healthy again. Tweety and Sylvester have had their rabies shots and that makes me feel better. They hang out with wild critters. The kitties are getting older and not playing with their toys as much but they still get wild and chase around the lawn outside. I think Tweety is a healer/helper. While I was at my sickest, she got in bed with me for hours. Yesterday, she slept on top of me while I lay on the sofa. I think small animals draw the illness from us and it passes harmlessly through them.
After I saw those two goats,
The ones who were eating their groats;
They went out in the snow,
But decided to go,
Inside and put on their coats.
Thank you, thank you; I'll be here all week.
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Just posted about it and lost the whole thing. Grrrr! The dermatologist took a "core sample" biopsy to look for Lupus, Lyme or whatever. I don't think it's either; I hope and pray it's not. My kids and I were sick before the bullseye spot ever appeared. We are all still sick but in a different way. We seem fine and, all of a sudden, we just feel weak in the legs and sick. Biopsy results won't be back for 7-10 days. If it's Lyme, I'll see an infectious disease doc. If it's Lupus, they have a specialist on staff. Doc said if I get sick (I guess she means really sick) I should go to the ER. I see her in a week to have the suture removed. What's another scar on this old face.
Worst part is that I'm totally out of food and had to stop at Target. Their Rx program went on the Fritz and people got calls yesterday that they had Rx's to pick up but really didn't. That's one way to get people in the store I bit the bullet and went in with no makeup and a big bandage on my face. Lovely! I bought comfort food with no thought to being healthy.
When I came home, I took an Acyclovir and will keep them up for the week. I feel as though the old Herpes virus is trying to reactivate. The ER is the last place I want to go. I'll keep y'all updated on how it's going. In the meantime, my thoughts and prayers are with all y'all.
Going to bed to watch TV again today. Tweety's been asleep the whole time I was gone. It's been more than two hrs. It's hot out but humid and looking like it's going to pour again today. At least, I don't have to water things by myself with Barb gone. When Tweety came in, I had to dry her off with her little towel. I think she likes it. I'm feeling very lucky to have these cats in my life. Lucky to have my online family too.
I'm not telling my family, except DD in Atlanta, about this. Since we have all been sick with this crud, we can compare notes. I'll let DD in Denver know when I have some results from the lab. Don't want to tell ex as he panics when he thinks I'm sick--Guilt! Then, he becomes an obsessive pain for everyone.
BTW, On the way I saw two stoats,
Who were busy eating their oats;
When I asked them why,
They said, "We'd die...
If all we ate were groats."
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