Read I just love your Thanksgiving table - so elegant!!! You guys dine in style. Utterly nasty here today - steady, sloppy snow that no one has shoveled. I almost fell twice walking to the bus. Aaaarrrrrgggg! Then I dared my self to get on the scale and had gained 3 pounds over Thanksgiving. Definitely not good.
Temp is still not took cold.
I decided not to put up my plastic tree, but rather got these curly willow branches to decorate. I put them in a flower pot with this self-harding spray foam around them to keep them upright. Still waiting for it to cure before I decorate.
Hope TOPS was good today. I'm sure Chic is sorry that he bit you.
hi Reed, here's what happened, you turned chat off to improve your computer performance. if you want to get it baack, go down to the chat room and click on the little cog in the lower right, here's a screen shot of what it should look like
Kathy's right about Lloyd, nice guy, and he knows a lot about diabetes.
I'm back to full swing on the bread. making the onion walnut boules, a blue ribbon winnner and very popular with anyone who tries it once, they usually want MORE. one lady wants 4 loaves. (one recipe makes 4, lucky). the Christmas orders are flooding in. first come, first serve. I'm going to have do 2 or 3 recipes a day all this week.
Ed's parents lived in Stuart. They had a condo and a house in Mariner Sands. It was such a well maintained community, and great golfing. bg 196, oh well.
I hope you are not in a blue funk anymore. What is going on? Tired and sore? Frustrated about the walker?. I get that way too. I make progress forward and back but now I am all excited about the Holidays. We are trying to get the house done before Christmas week. I feel overwhelmed with all the work. Chico bit you? Zen is very calm, she never bites or scratches but she sure tells me when she is mad. She is a talker. Maybe he was having a bad day, or mostly thinks you are bothering him while he is sitting on HIS papers. Yes, the dog may make me better where the doctors fail. He has given me a new lease on life. I love going out in nature with a nice big dog. It is so refreshing. Yesterday was Ammi's exam and the vet was beaming about his healthy state. We went back to the shelter to get a name tag for him since he got his shots. They were so happy that we love him and want to keep him forever. Four people brought him back. They were afraid we were returning him too. They gave us a bunch of toys. I think he likes me because of all the walks. He is sick from shots, just sleeping. Today flea and tick medicine and heart-worm. He will be sick again today. Hope you feel less blue today. Are you getting into the holiday spirit?
Hey Reed. I personally know Lloyd who left a message below. He lives in South Dakota and has been to Minneapolis twice and come to our meet ups. He is a very nice guy and extremely smart regarding all things diabetes. I slept quite well last night. Went downtown and got some Christmas cd's to put on my iPod. then put a few lights in my window. They look nice. A bit of rain/snow throughout the day, but no accumulation. One more day of clear sidewalks, PTL.
I was meaning to ask, last year did hick ever try to climb the Christmas tree? Growing up, our big fat Siamese always did. Or else he'd lay on his back underneath it and bat at the ornaments with his paw. SO cute
So you have heard of Giving Tuesday, right? Maybe you have seen the hashtag: #GivingTuesday. If you are like me, confused by all of the messages pointing in different directions floating around social media, you may be wondering, “What is Read on! →
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