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post #17176 of 18330 (permalink) Old 04-19-2019, 07:36 PM
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Noooo MEL - Nothing here Beau finds unacceptable....Everyone knows what ever I meant to "or too" say / even if I didn't technically say it right... YEP & Yep
I was just picking on you, B67. I knew what you wanted to say and I didn't even have to think very hard to figure it out

It had a certain...alliterative symmetry...about it too.

I was trying to make a funny, but it was a bit of a stretch.
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I guess if something scares the cr*p out of you, it would leave you s******s.
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I guess if something scares the cr*p out of you, it would leave you s******s.


You Mean, Like This ??? .....




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I guess if something scares the cr*p out of you, it would leave you s******s.
LOL

Where you trying to say $hitl$$?

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I was just picking on you, B67. I knew what you wanted to say and I didn't even have to think very hard to figure it out

It had a certain...alliterative symmetry...about it too.

I was trying to make a funny, but it was a bit of a stretch.
I know MEL - when I read it and both different words almost looked the same to me, I couldn't figure out the joke...I figured their was one there, in hiding......I don't mind being ribbed, but often will repeat an English mistake, the rest of my life.

Glad you understand Mel - the current Level of my English proficiency, allowed me to graduate night school university...about 14 years after accident.
- and I wrote many Engineering Analysis Reports, but I was always aware of my short comings
- and relied on close co-workers to check my reports, so I could stay looking smart

Still to this day...
- to and too
- were & where
Are two examples of incomplete coherency - regardless if Mrs, tries to define them for me...clearly for me.
- my brain never put enough of a value, on it...because I didn't have time to
- when I had to learn, almost every study...at the same time (was most challenging)
- Harry67 tutored me for 4.5 to 5 hours, every night / and the next day, I failed to remember, what topics on subjects I just learned, the night before
- even simple things like parking a car, and driving in reverse...my first attempt, I failed to remember...what way to turn the steering wheel // so I drove around the block, in front of the pool hall, and drove into a open spot this time...and save embarrassing myself, with Mrs. on my side
- being a 17 y/o kid, communicating and functioning at a grade 8 level initially // while entering College

If we had been co-workers, Ma would have been my written shoulder to lean on.
- initially I would have drove you nuts // but over time, usually best friends resulted
- I remember 2 girls & 2 guys, helped me / it did have them puzzled, why Larry was corrected on the same spelling, year after year
- and before spell check, I ask a co-worker how to spell the first 2 letters of a word / as my hard words to me, I sometimes could not remember the second letter, to find meaning in my dictionary

I'm fine with the way I am & even consider my accident a God Gifted blessing.
- but learning to spell 2 different words / that sound and virtually look the same to me, hasn't been much on my "to-do" list
- so I just wing it...avoiding confusion & stress

Keep firing your Jokes, my way // just understand, I'm not your normal student...
And I am still happy, if I don't graduate, with a red or gold sticky star...on report card.
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Nothing funnier than startling a cat!

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*Can't find an exact word, so I'll ask you guys....what do you call it when you grab one end of the sheet and flip/wave it into the air so that it settles down on the mattress in more or less the place where you want it?

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LOL

Where you trying to say $hitl$$?

LOL
RE S******S

Well, sorta. I was copying Bug's creative euphemism.

Anyway, if you use your method, I think should be $hitle$$ or maybe even $hitl€$$. You forgot the "e".


Sheets are cat traps around here:

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Try the new "Cat Sheet".
It's simple to use and 100 % effective."
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Oh boy Beau....us cougars will be awaiting your return with todays catch!!!!
Tell baby bear I said “Hey”...........
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Another rainy, windy day here in middle TN...so no hike this morning
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Its a wonderful day to wear your sunscreen , it should probably stay since you will not work to much of a sweat up unless you go swimming
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Morning all......Scott picked up some stuffed bunny’s for the grandkids......Hoss thinks they are for him. Stowed them away from him....stuffed bunnies or is that bunny’s ......now in the closet .......Hoss is shunning me..........laying down pouting.....refuses to look at me.
Maybe a cookie will fix his depression.
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What a chitty day here in East Central Indiana !!!!!!!!!!!! Like TN - it's pouring here ! fields are flooded - rain most of next week to boot ! Boy - were close to getting behind here !

So this morning - Washing the dogs bedding and general clean up out here - did book work yesterday - trimmed the dober's nails - ear clean - thinking about maybe bath time .

Looks like Kadin and I will have to do his OB work in the house - again

Looking forward to taking him to novice rally ! But I will tell the truth here - I nervous as a --- in church here ! I ran off all the commands will need to do in rally - I hope Mr. Business's dad is smart enough to figure it out - lol

Looking forward to this summer - since I cut out a lot of things that I did to work with Kadin more - Just wish knee worked better - that slows our training down somedays !

Hugs and Kiss's to you Aunt B - Wish you felt better ! But I think you will get better soon !

MC - GREAT pictures !!!!!!! Love your pair of Dobies !

Well - Back to work !

BTW - TN - you need to give me a call --- So we can see who says --- Excuse me - what did you say - the most --- lol

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Oh yes, had the MRI and the consult on the results was on Wednesday--and I had spent the better part of a month on gabapentin going through a dose increase and I had slavishly followed the directions as given by both the doctor and the pharmacist. And I had a blood panel immediately before starting on the gabapentin. So on this last Monday I hit the maximum dose of gabapentin--1,800 mg per day (3 doses if 600 mg each)--and on Wednesday went to see the doctor who was to going to give an IM steroid injection.

The bottom line is that my kidney function is poor (thanks guys for not telling me this when you gave me the results of the blood panel) and that I should be on a dosage of gabapentin of no more than 700 mg per DAY!!!! And he scared the c**p out of me about the steroid injection so no I'm on a reduction schedule to get the gabapentin down to 700 mb per day divided into 4 doses. And I'm trying to avoid the steroid injection.

F*****G sciatica hurts!!!. And on me it's caused by a narrowing of the bone aperature where the sciatic nerve passes through from the spinal cord (and a small tear in a disc which might also contribute). This is all age related--I hate being older tan dirt!.

That'a where it stands today--I will say the reduction of te gabapentin has left me not quite as goofy as the high dose had me--and I'm not all the way down on the reduction schedule.

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Not what I wanted to hear either--Doctor A --the one who would give the steroid injection--said that the surgeons usually won't even consider surgery until you've at least try the injection and if the information about the injections scared the c**p out of me let me tell you that the information about the surgery possablity just about scared me to death!!!! Or maybe better expressed as information that scared me s******s!!!!!

Bottom line is that I'm thinking about this...

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Another rainy, windy day here in middle TN...so no hike this morning
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Stew for supper?

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Looking forward to this summer - since I cut out a lot of things that I did to work with Kadin more - Just wish knee worked better - that slows our training down somedays !


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You make me very nervous when you speak of your knee!
I got one of my straight trucks repainted this winter and l enjoy driving it again , so i use it all time now. The problem is that the bed height is not as high as a normal trailer but i have been jumping out of it so much that i am noticing a bit of strain at one of my knees. I am just one bad jump away something very bad happening! I just hope i can condition myself to get out a little easier before i screw up.
4*4 should be my wake up call!
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Uh boys.... As the one here with the metal knee (and hip), I implore you to take care of the ones that you have. Joint replacement surgery is a long, arduous, expensive and painful ordeal. And that's if everything goes really well.

My other knee could use surgery (Patellar Dysplasia). Instead, I have chosen to baby it. Ice twice a day, no ladders or heavy carrying, trying to build up my wimpy a$$ quads to support the knee.

I suppose eventually I will have to give in. At least I have Medicare now. Still... I am not looking forward to it!

John (OOPS, I mean STJ!)
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Aunt B?

What's for supper?

I was planning on beef stew and forgot the potatoes.

Mister said he wasn't going to the store and told me "Yeah Right" when I said you will go to town in the morning. He will get potatoes tomorrow morning because I said so!



And, icecream!



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Give me a break Denny--an Angel you ain't and as far as supper went--this post is from yesterday so what my supper was, was an unexciting large bowl of coleslaw--dressed up only slightly with some dried cranberries, sunflower seeds and walnuts (oh, yeah and a limited amount of coleslaw dressing).

Don't you know that if you forget potatoes the begging of beef stew becomes Beef Bourguignonne--given that you've got some mushrooms anf burgundy in the house (or any other dry red wine) you can then serve it with the traditional French Bread or over noodles (or you can Americanize it and serve4 it over mashed potatoes.) But if you had potatoes to mash you could have easily just tossed them into what you intendee in the first place to be beef stew.

Won't do anything for you on this round of beef stew but keep it in mind for the next time you forgot potatoes and are trying to send the poor Mister after them.

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Or, better yet, if you have nothing to do, I will teach you how to clean my house!

Stew for supper?

I'll pass on the crochet lessons, but thanks so much for offering LOL. Fun fact: One of the reasons I'm thinking of retiring at 62 is because I have tons of stuff I can do to keep me occupied, both mentally and physically. I shall never, ever, say the words "I'm bored" Heck, Miss Mocha takes up enough of my waking moments with her constant request for attention.

And tonight it's Publix fried chicken and some potato wedges for supper

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Uh boys.... As the one here with the metal knee (and hip), I implore you to take care of the ones that you have. Joint replacement surgery is a long, arduous, expensive and painful ordeal. And that's if everything goes really well.

My other knee could use surgery (Patellar Dysplasia). Instead, I have chosen to baby it. Ice twice a day, no ladders or heavy carrying, trying to build up my wimpy a$$ quads to support the knee.

I suppose eventually I will have to give in. At least I have Medicare now. Still... I am not looking forward to it!

John (OOPS, I mean STJ!)
Oh boy, John, I am so dreading the future...I tore the medial meniscus in my right knee when I was 42 and when they did the surgery, they saw I already had arthritis on the knee...the doc said on a scale from 1-5 with 5 being the worst, I was already a 3. He told me I was definitely looking at knee replacement surgery in my future but to put it off as long as possible because he'd seen too many folks that ended up just as bad if not worse after the surgery (this was back in 2002 so hopefully it's gotten better). Fast forward to today...my knee is one of the reasons Mocha and I do our hikes, I'm thinking the uphill and downhill hikes help strengthen the muscles which support the knee and for the most part, I'm doing ok. The right knee is swollen most of the time and it gets very stiff at times and hurts like the dickens at others but I'm not to the point where I'm willing to opt for surgery...quite yet.
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