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Oh, sorry, Laura...guess I missed that. Amazing how I miss stuff, cuz I am here often. I didn't get the ONE Barb posted for Alex the other day, either, so was no good as the back up man for Alex.
Anyway, EXCELLENT news for Sedona.
Judy's story is beyond belief, the poor gal, what doesn't she have?
Thanks for the updates. Nice that you had a walking bud, this morning!! :-)
I had my gloves on this morning Alex. I finally took a huge leap of faith an put my winter boots away. Fingers and toes crossed.
Barb, I really am sorry to hear what you are going through. My BIL had the same problems and he finally ended up getting his feet operated on for the Neuropathy. Silly guy got them both done at the same time. They also left a piece of metal inside of him and he was incapacitated for over a year. I had asked and asked him to get it check out because they did this with Bob's Brother too and it just wouldn't heal. Both were toast for over a year. The good news is my BIL is walking over 3 Miles a day now. Bob's Brother has too much problem with his spine to be able to do that. And that makes me grateful I can walk period. Especially after being in a wheelchair. I never, ever take it for granted anymore.
Good Morning all. It was a busy morning, complete with Phil joining me for my MAD miles this morning. He dropped the kids off for school and had to pick Wendy up at the airport at 10:45, so I was the go to place in between.
My ONE is IMAGINARY
Lynne, I did post Sedona's Biopsy came back negative. I heard from Judy and she is going through a bad case of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome now and she will be seeing a Cardiologist at the end of the month and getting an MRI for her spine and neck and a bunch of other tests to find out why she feels so horrible.
I love the Weekend poses of human/kitties Alex.
Glady I am amazed Mr. Moose isn't in a million pieces.
Alex, this was the first I heard about the B.C. earthquake in Northern Vancouver. It is so beautiful there.
Phil and I went out before it got too windy this morning, but the sun was warm. I took him to see where he used to ride everything from a bike to a dirt bike, which is now the Brougham Bypass and the changing of the roads for Hwy 7. You can't see this from Hwy 7 now. He was laughing at how many times he has to keep saying "I remember when I used to" when it comes to anything to do with North Pickering now.
Glady, I was thinking that Mr. Moose was built of "good stuff", assuming that he has been whipped around in normal doggy fashion.
I'm afraid Parker's teddy is looking the worse for wear, lately.
Alex, you have no gloves, mon? How about hummel doddies?
Let's hope Arline was not affected by the earthquake. Things are wobbly out there.
lol wonder if arline got shook up this morning g they had an earth quake I northern Vancouver this am. Had my walk and chat with whomever I met its cool wind hands were cold
Yes, we certainly read about those doctors and nurse. There are no words to describe that act.
Weekend kitties are a hoot, Alex, thanks for the laffs!! Nice work!!
Behr is tooo cute, Glady and NOBODY is going to get Mr. Moose!! ha ha!!
Water still not over the top of the dock, but it's getting closer. Someone mentioned the ice across the lake is still 18" thick, so that won't melt quickly with below freezing temps, overnight.
Not very warm during the day, either. Moan and groan... :-)
Barb Behr has shook the bejesus out of Mr. Moose but he is still hanging in. Bear with the pain. Your foot will feel better before you know it.
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