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Old 01/28/15, 10:26 AM
 
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Congratulations, Travis - what a beautiful grandbaby!!

Happy Birthday, Billie!
I pray your treatments continue without illness and I hope your grandbaby gets well soon. The yuks have been making rounds here too.

MGM - Yes, I remembered to pick her up and she was HAPPY to be going home. She slept a lot after we got home Monday evening!
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It's been warm here too - so nice! I'm going to enjoy our last day of really warm weather. Tomorrow the temps start dropping again.

I left work early yesterday to go and give blood. That left me with an extra hour of light when I got home. I let the fur-babies out and piddled around while feeding the critters. Then took the dogs for a walk. They really enjoyed that. We had a beautiful sunset. I truly enjoy the fresh air.

DD messaged me yesterday and said the oldest DGD wants to get her ears pierced on Saturday, as part of her birthday gift. She's 8, so that's plenty old enough to be responsible taking care of her ears and such.
Her birthday is Friday, so I need to get a card for her and get her gifts wrapped. I think I'll take them all out to dinner, since I get paid this weekend. That way DD doesn't have to cook and the kids can get what they want. They love going to the buffet to pick their own stuff out.

Our boss emailed and said he won't be in the office today, so he cancelled our meeting. Which is good, that way I can get more errands run at lunch. I need to make a list of everything to get done, otherwise I'm certain I'll forget something!

Have a wonderful day, everyone! It's hard to believe January is almost over. Spring is just around the corner. Yay!!!
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Old 01/28/15, 11:18 AM
 
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Travis - oh what a beautiful baby! I suddenly realize I can't recall if it's a boy or girl?
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Old 01/28/15, 12:59 PM
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Got up late this morning, close to 9. Cooked eggs, deer sausage, and biscuits. I went out and painted on the cabinet, the primer, and will paint the color on the trim, since it is already primed. Got to work tonight. The wife is gone to see the daughter and baby. This baby is a boy and he sleeps for now, really well. I think my daughter will come home tomorrow from the hospital. I don't know why I was so tired last night, I didn't have a baby!!! The power company is going to cut the tall oak tree tomorrow or the next day. They will leave the wood and I am going to clean it up. Got to go, plenty to do before work.
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Jan, take a look at the Prep Journal for info on Deep Blue...I can't believe how well it's working. I was really skeptical, to tell the truth, that a rub on cream would really help. Lilith sent me a box of 10 little sample packets. I started using from a packet Friday afternoon, and just finished it this morning. I figure I can get 4-5 days from each packet, so at least 40 days before I'm out. A tiny dab goes a long, long way. Needless to say, I've already PMed her for info on ordering more for my home pharmacy!
Travis, he looks like a keeper, Gramps! I just love to rock a newborn...they even smell good.

I started my Calculus One class today - so far it's just an introduction, but at least I understand it so far, which is never a given for me when it comes to math.

Abby washed a whole lot of ziploc bags for me yesterday - they were all lying in a heap this morning, though, so I got out my folding rack with all the clothes clips and clipped on all the bags to dry. Got to thinking about Hawaii while I was hanging them up. Most people bring home more conventional souvenirs, but I brought home that folding plastic clothes rack, lol. Found it for $2, new, at a thrift store there, and it was sure worth both the $$ and the space in my luggage. I did bring home T-shirts and other normal souvenirs, too, honest!

Today, I am taking down the snowman valances in the kitchen and putting all the regular curtains back up. It feels like Spring out already, and I'm not in the mood for snowmen anymore. Now watch, I'll take them down, and we'll get a blizzard on THIS coast.
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Old 01/28/15, 08:06 PM
 
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What a day ! Went to nursing home to visit our 2 friends.The minute he saw me he started yelling that I am keeping him there ,he is going to call the police to get him home that I never get to see his wife (my friend) again ,that there is nothing wrong with him and on and on. She has been so dominated by him all their married life.And with both of their Alzheimers getting worse ,that she can't stand up to him.The staff is very nice and helpful,but there is only so much they can say to him .When I left I was a basket case and in tears and sick all afternoon! He has never been a kind or pleasant person ,but now I can hardly stand him.There is more going on that I can't share ,but would covet your prayers for that situation be resolved without a lot more stress!
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Old 01/28/15, 08:31 PM
 
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Oma, I'm so sorry you have all this stress when you're just trying to be kind and do the right thing by your friend. Will certainly keep you and them in our prayers.

We could tell the weather is starting to change again--windy and a bit cooler than the past few nice days. One day was 67 degrees! Bad for the fruit trees, very bad, especially if we go back to winter, and we certainly will.

Got the taxes done a few days ago and reviewed then filed them today. Not going to pay extra to have our refunds direct deposited. It's early enough that we'll get them quickly, probably by the end of February. Been looking into a low threshold shower to replace the tub/shower in the main bath that Mom uses. Expensive! But, doable if we use our state tax refund. Have to get dh to look at what's available, and see if they match up to his ability to install one. It would make it easier to get her in and out of the shower now and in the future when she can't do it alone any longer.
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Old 01/28/15, 08:42 PM
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Congrats Travis, what an adorable baby!!

Homesteader the bread sounds great and easy. Once I recover from today I will have to try it.

Went to pain Dr. today, on the way back we stopped at Sam's Club - no problem. HAAAHAAA

DH brought our stuff out and loaded the car then he went to return the cart to the store. I went to get in the car, lifted my left leg to step in and my right knee (which is artificial) buckled and down I went. I landed on my back and my head bounced off the pavement a couple of times. Everyone ran over to me, I refused an ambulance and managed to get up with DH help. I have a goose egg the size of an orange on the back of my head, my neck and jaw hurt like crazy. I have a massive headache and my right foot which is held together by screws and plates is swollen so much I cannot get a shoe on it. Guess if I am not feeling better I will call the Dr. in the morning.
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Old 01/28/15, 10:54 PM
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Oma, I'm so sorry you have all this stress when you're just trying to be kind and do the right thing by your friend. Will certainly keep you and them in our prayers.

We could tell the weather is starting to change again--windy and a bit cooler than the past few nice days. One day was 67 degrees! Bad for the fruit trees, very bad, especially if we go back to winter, and we certainly will.

Got the taxes done a few days ago and reviewed then filed them today. Not going to pay extra to have our refunds direct deposited. It's early enough that we'll get them quickly, probably by the end of February. Been looking into a low threshold shower to replace the tub/shower in the main bath that Mom uses. Expensive! But, doable if we use our state tax refund. Have to get dh to look at what's available, and see if they match up to his ability to install one. It would make it easier to get her in and out of the shower now and in the future when she can't do it alone any longer.
Do you claim your Mom as a dependent? If not, you probably consider doing so.

The tub/shower replacement *might* qualify under medical (possible tax deduction), possibly a state tax credit/deduction too. Given the monthly cost of a nursing home, you are saving the state/federal money. Plus your mom gets excellent care. A win-win for all involved.
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Old 01/29/15, 10:57 AM
 
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MGM - I may have to try that Deep Blue, it sounds amazing!
Most of my pain right now is in my right hand and thumb. For the past two days I've been putting a Salonpas patch on it and wrapping it with the elastic self-stick band the Blood Institute put on my arm when I donated on Monday. The patch and wrap have helped. Of course I did break down and take two Ibuprofen last night. I desperately needed less pain and more sleep!

Oma - Prayers for you for sure! I feel so bad for you. It's so hard to deal with someone that's angry like that when you're only trying to help. You may just have to consider making your visits once a month for a short period, until he can adjust and calm down. I hope they consider giving him some bi-polar type meds. Those helped my Mom a lot. Alzheimer's makes some people very agitated and she was one of them.

Jlynnp - OUCH!!!
Oh my goodness. I am so sorry about your fall. It sounds like you may have a concussion. Healing prayers sent your way!

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I had a very calm and fruitful morning. DD called around 9 a.m. and was having a difficult morning. I just tried to calm her down and talk her through it. Raising 3 kids as a single Mom certainly isn't for the faint of heart!

Work has been busy this week, but good. We have another job applicant today in for an interview on one of the positions we are hiring for. I'm really hoping our Director can get all the positions filled before the end of May. That way they can get trained up over Summer, which is our slow time here at the University.

I decided to go to the Goodwill store at lunch yesterday and see if they had any DVDs I could buy for my oldest DGD's birthday. I scored 4 and then went over to look for some pants for her. DD said she's going through a growing spurt and outgrowing what she has. I found her 3 pair that were in excellent shape.
I had ordered one of those 12 volt motorized cars for the granddaughters before Christmas from Walmart. I never rec'd it due to it getting damaged in transit. They reimbursed me and I didn't order another one. Thank goodness!!
Yesterday I found a used one at the GW store, minus the battery. All I need to do is clean it up and put a new battery in it. The car cost me $18 and as I was waiting for DH to get there and load it, a Harbor Freight employee told me I could get a battery for it for less than $100 at Walmart. SCORE!! The girls are going to have fun with that when the weather gets warm again.

Well, I best get busy. I have plenty to get done today. Have a wonderful day, everyone, and stay warm!
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Old 01/29/15, 02:40 PM
 
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oh jlynnp I should should just box up a loaf and mail it to you to cheer you up! I'm so sorry for your fall. Be careful now, with that bonk on the head, ok?

Oma, I am sorry your friend's brain is under the influence of the disease. How very sad for everyone.

I bought some of the Deep Blue, I got the packets (online). I have been having some lower, like really low back pain. I noticed it the last two shopping days. About 1/2 way thru it starts to hurt.

I used to use something called Migra Works, but I can't find it anymore. It was a miracle rub. Would even make the arthritis pain just stop. So I'm hoping this will work as good as the folks here say.

Along those lines, my brother got my Mom one of those BeActive braces, it works by putting pressure onto a pressure point. She was having really bad left hip pain but it also says it helps back pain. She told me she can't even believe what this has done for her. You wear it over your knee, but it has a place that presses lightly then into your leg somewhere, anyway, they had them at Walmart for like 15.00. My brother told me that after she put this thing on, he had to try to keep up with her in the store! She had been at a point (I didn't know it was this bad or I would have been doing her shopping), that she could take two steps, then would have to lean on the cart, take two, lean. Now, she zips thru whatever she's doing.

I will let you all know how the Deep Blue works for me!

Now this may be old news to you all, but it sure tickles me. I stopped buying the microwave popcorn packets, as they just taste funny to me. So, I saw this video, the gal takes brown paper lunchbags, plain popcorn kernals, puts some in, no oil, no salt. She folds over the top, staples in two places and I've done it and no it won't hurt the microwave. Place in and turn on the heat.

Now, she just did high for 2 minutes but didn't say the wattage of her microwave. I did it, and they burned a bit. So, then I used the "popcorn" button on ours and worked like a charm. I have to listen for when they stop popping.

The only downside to this, is it seems only about 1/2 the kernels pop. Still cheaper than the pre-mades. I bought Jolly Time premium yellow kernels, non-GMO.

I'm not sure if there is anything to do about the non-popping kernels. I tried re-popping them after removing the popped, and they still didn't do much. Anyway, it's quite the thing. I put 1/3 of a cup into the bag and it filled up the lunch bag. Really nifty.

Well I don't know if the Superbowl live free streaming function on nbcsports dot com will actually work this year (we can't get it on our tv). I don't recall what website it was that did that last year, but it just kept buffering and buffering, it never would play more than quick little 2-3 second pieces so we gave up.

I did get us some ribs to make, and will make this awesome Ruben Dip that I saw on a video. You layer in a large dish, thousand island dressing, saurekraut, chopped thinly-sliced corned beef, and baby swiss cheese. Heat in the microwave or oven, and serve with rye crisps, or rye bread cut into "dip" size pieces, or any crackers you like. I'm not fond of caraway at all, so I got me some crackers and "thin" bagels to do mine. I will of course have to construct ours so that part of it has no cheese for me.

Also bought a cabbage and some broccoli, mushrooms to do this cabbage bake thingie that looks so good, but I forgot to buy the leeks - but will make it anyway even without the leek.

Filled up the Jeep yesterday, well, it was half full, so half a tank and I rarely actually look at the cost on the readout. I happened to look at it, 18.50. I thought no, something's wrong.......it was really a shock to see that small amount for gas. Now if next year beef will go down.........we can hope!

Was running the numbers thru my head on the 3-month supply of food. Have it down to categories: baking supplies (which includes any dairy, oils, yeast, cornstarch, soda, powder, etc.), tomato products, dried citrus, meat, fruit and veggies.

Doing the store what you eat method to the best I can. I figured out the numbers just for dinner for 2. Scary. I figure it in cans, which can either be cans, or home canned jars. One meat, one veggie, one fruit per one dinner for 2. Haven't figured out the tomato products in there yet at all. But just those three, 13 weeks (that's the 3 months), is 91 cans of meat (some of which I consider a can of my beans to be a "meat"), 91 cans of fruit, and 91 cans of veggies. That's not counting baked goods or the additional tomato products. Whew. It's quite the task. Although I do have 99 pints of potatoes from the garden not to mention all the frozen stuff from the garden. But, anyway, still getting the numbers going.

Hope you have a great day everyone, or evening as it's already almost 3 p.m. for many of you!
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Old 01/29/15, 02:50 PM
 
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Thanks for all the birthday wishes. The radiation techs all yelled Happy Birthday when I came in and even gave me a $5 gift card. They asked me what I was going to do today and I told them something I had wanted to do for a while.........flash a bunch of strangers!!! So up on the table I went and flashed them! Had a good laugh. Then I went and bought some shoes and then to a quilt store that is not too far from where my treatments are. Grandkids called me later that night and serenaded me on the phone.

Today Bill is home from work. He has a splitting headache. He had an MRI done this week but no results yet. He has been having headaches every day for over a month now and his vision is impaired. Optometrist can't see anything wrong but he can not see even with his glasses and everything is fuzzy and blurry. He has appt with a neurologist but not till March.

Granddaughter went back to school today. My daughter took her in and it was not a virus. Seems her system was backed upped and it was causing the vomiting. Even tho she was going to the bathroom it was not enough. She is all cleaned out now and feeling better!! She has had problems like this for about 4 years now.

Oma, so sorry for what you are going thru with your friend and her husband. It is hard for sure. My grandma would come home in tears from the nursing home my grandpa was in because he was so mean and said horrible things to her. She knew it was the dementia talking but it was still hard. We actually had to go to court to get him in the nursing home. He ran off every home health nurse that came. None lasted a day, he refused to go into the nursing home and my grandma nor my dad could take care of him or get him up when he fell. Once my dad had to actually use a dolly to get him up. He refused all help and we had no choice but to go to court and he never forgave us. You have my prayers for a hard situation.

MGM...I am so glad you posted about the Deep Blue. I really need to get some for Bill to try. He has had serious back troubles for many years and takes a handful of pills 2 times a day. Just no relief, it takes it to dull throb but is always there. Doctors just keep pushing more pills at him but they really do not do much good. I clicked on the description Lilith posted but could not get to a website, just the description and price.

Well warm weather is now gone, snow in the forecast for the weekend.

Handsome little boy, Travis, and since we have a picture it really did happen!!
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Billie, oh my you having to battle cancer, and now your DH is having this, it doesn't sound good what he's going thru. I'm sending good wishes to you both.

By the way, I got some Deep Blue (I opted for the packets first), there's 10 of them, on Ebay. Easy peasy, 11.50 free shipping.
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Old 01/29/15, 10:48 PM
 
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Thank you so much for the kind words and prayers.Had a great day with my friend today.He was taken to a "special" place in the hospital yesterday.So went to see her ,took some stuff to decorate their room and then took her out to lunch at the German restaurant.
The funny thing is we stopped at Goodwill and found a brand new Teddy bear for her.That is a place she would have never been interested in before her Alzheimers .Very pleasant day we had together which I am so thankful for.
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That's awesome, Oma!!!

Today is my oldest DGD's 8th birthday. I washed the pants I got her at GW last night. Made sure the DVDs were clean, so they will work and put everything in a Birthday bag for her, along with the cute card I got her.
I have a Frozen t-shirt & necklace I'm going to give her, when they have her t-party. I think that's next weekend. I want her to have something to open on both occasions.

I going to keep the youngest DGD, who is 4, tonight, so that DD can take the birthday girl and my grandson to the movies tomorrow. The youngest is just too squirmy to sit still and listen right now.

DH took the ride-in car I got the girls over to DD's last night. I need to find a battery for it next week. The girls called to tell me thank you and the oldest said they were going to paint it purple. That's her favorite color. That will be a fun project come Spring weather.

I need to run errands at lunch today. It's payday for me, so I have bills to mail and things to get done. It's supposed to rain this weekend. I hope we get a decent amount, we truly need it.

Have a wonderful Friday, everyone!!
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Internetting from Mickey D's today, GFB had a lunch break and is back to work for another couple hours. Trying to stretch my Internet data allowance till 2/2. Coughing is somewhat improved. I needed to come along with GFB so as to prevent myself getting back in the garden and really working myself into a bedrest situation. Yesterday I had sciatic pain so bad I almost cried. But it was from good stuff- finally got to pick up my "large edible root lotus" (it's the same size as what I've been raising but I'll withhold judgment till harvest). I emptied the water from my my small child's wading pool- remembered suddenly that I had bought 3 and left them nested! So I shared out the 3 child wading pools, removed the doggie fence barrier to the canna/water chestnut wading pool garden, and transplanted a couple canna, purple foliage rice and water chestnuts to each pool. Saved 6 huge water chestnuts for stir fry later. Planted the larger child' wading pool to the edible lotus. Dumped all the soil to the tote I had sagitteria lancifolia growing in, added fresh manure and planted it to water chestnuts,and transplanted wapato to the tub I had been thinking about using for water chestnut last weekend. More perennials! More water gardens! No weeds, all I need to do is fertilize monthly and keep water levels up. However, while we were at Home Depot getting manure I also bought kohlrabi, cauliflower, and Italian oregano. Need to transplant those this afternoon when we get back to the lake, and maybe harvest more pigeon peas and snap beans. Gonna let GFB online now- 1 1/4 hrs till work resumes.
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Roads nastier than I anticipated today. The new car feels really good on the road. Saw my counselor this morning. Haven't gone since summer. I think I'm doing well enough, but a lot of stuff has piled up. A neutral ear, a few questions, a little feedback is useful. Took papers to my brother at his house. Seems good, his family glad to have him here a few days. They are flying down for February school break, extending a couple days. More wait-and-see. Looks like everything is on track for my house closing next week. Need to drop off a tax receipt at the lawyer, and get cashier's checks ready once they tell me how much to what. It's the right step for now. Saw my brother's granddaughter today, too. Everything good there. He was headed that way, so I tagged along. His 11-year-old came. He's not quite ready to just go for it with the baby, though he will sit or stand close by and put out a finger He's pretty much glued to his Dad, which is understandable, though I got a big hug. I haven't been there since New Year's, due to that awful cold and lingering symptoms. Glad for a few quiet minutes back here now.
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Painted on the cabinet again. Got all the baseboards painted, ready to put in. I did nail up the stained oak trim in the kitchen, then had to go to oldest house and fix a door knob. I baked punkin bread, from a box, this morning for breakfast. It is evening now and I am baking a coconut pie. The wife cooked spaghetti for supper. The baby had to go back to the hospital for jaundice. The daughter was upset. The wife is with her tonight, at the hospital. The baby was home yesterday and I sat down and held him. I told him about the woodworking projects we were going to do. He kinda looked at me like, REALLY!!! I have to work the next three days on my shift, then I have two days of school, at the plant. I fixed mom's dryer today, so she is happy. Well, time to check on the pie!! Bubba is wondering what that smell is all about!!!
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Congrats travis!
Coconut pie sounds good, I made pineapple coconut fritters at work. I tried them when warm but there was no taste, we are thinking maybe when they cool down.

Billie Happy Birthday!!! Hope your hubby gets to feeling better too! Headaches can be nasty!

JLynn hope you are feeling better this morning after that nasty fall! It didn't sound good at all!

Homesteader, that's awesome on the bread. I have a couple bread books I like, but I haven't felt like dealing with them too much.

Our store had leeks today, so I thought I better get a couple of them to have potato leek soup. Sounds good to me, I have a couple bags of potatoes to use up. Need to fry them! Something!

Situation at work is what it is. Whatever. I get to train a new fryer wednesday night, which should be good. I was actually told that this girl got a good recommendation from her previous employers. Sounds good to me, tired of the winners we have been getting. On a positive note, I got off early today, but only so I don't get overtime, which I'm ok with. Need to look around some more on Monster.
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Hi folks. Has anyone else in the Northeast noticed the white tailed deer foraging in unusual areas? We've had them closer to the house than ever, so my wife and I put out some Deer Crunch for them. It seems like they're struggling to find food.
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