I'm sorry Marie. Having to change out infusion sets for pne day at a time when my sets get so upset upsets me to no end and now I'm suppost to change out everyday right? Insurance says no do it every 3 days. UPSETTING!!!!
Hey Marie Sorry about that but you know you just made me think of testing my keytones? I was all over the place for like 2 weeks there and never thought of testing for them. SHEZ! You'd think I would know by now. pm
Greetings from Seagate Nursing Home owned and operated by Reed. Tom had his operation stitches big bandage. He cannot run for 7 days. That will kill him. I got a nice message from Manny he has compiled all the things I have been complaining about to give to NING. He ended with cross your fingers. BG a bit high 120. Still hot and humid. I cannot tell you how upset I am about what you told me. The doctor put Russ back on 4 milligrams of COUMADAN. I hope he knows what he is doing. I like what Linda called me...the Energizer bunny..I keep going and going. I hope you feel better. Headline in my paper COUNTY FAIR CANCELLED no money not enough volunteers made me think ofall the work you do. I hope you feel better do not overdo things. Gugs,POPS
Good Morning,Marie. Did you survive your busy day and get done what you needed to get done. I know you are blue there is a reason to be but I know things will work out. Poor Linda in same boat. I am amused when people say I saw it on reed's page. I must be homeroom LOL> My BG 113 what was ypurs? Russ gts Coumdan level tested this morning. I go to TOPS I go to foot doctor and poor Tiom has a cyst removed from his chest at 3 and then comes to Reed to be fed for 5 days LOL> I hope things are better this morning. A big hello to Ed. Take good care. I care. HUGS,Reed
Hey, popped back in here after a few days off. Just was not having good days and needed a break from everything. I see your in the same boat. Just having trouble keeping up with a lot of stuff, my BS just is being impossible and feeling tired all the time. We can hope better days are coming.
Hi Marie - sorry things are not going so hot for you guys.
I used to exhibit my beadwork at our state fair. Then it was discovered that people were re-exhibiting the same piece, year after year, under different names. It was a big mess. But I love going through the Creative Arts building. Thank goodness the pictures made by gluing different types/colors of seeds to a board are displayed in the horticulture building.
Hey Marie! Sorry your having some tough times maybe tomorrow will be better for you. I kinda know what you mean about the stress and feeling the blues God knows I've had that trouble here lately myself.
HI Marie - I'm back from vacation -- which we enjoyed tremendously. We still insist we are likely to retire in the Outer Banks (if we ever retire) -- we love it there. How are things going with you? How is Ed's situation going? I've been having good BG lately -- awoke at 87. I swear there is no rhyme or reason to it sometimes.
Thanks Marie. I plan on staying in doors. Although it is not as hot in MS as it is in other parts of the country. I used to live near Philly and 105 up there is really something. We saw it a few times in our 12+ years up there but not often. So hunker down in the AC there in VA and stay cool. Sparky
Good Morning,Marie. Thank God there is Peace in Seagate this morning. Russ is so happy he finally saw a doctor other thn the eye doctor and was told to STOP THE COUMADAN. His eye was black like jelly. The news no nose surgery was good news. I am sitting here with my chef's hat on waiting for Tom to come back from rynning..in this hat..and he will want a Reed;'s breakfast. I am feeling fine. How are things with you? You feeling better? Your readings? Any tomatos on your plants yet? I so hope Ed will be called in for an interview. It sounds like a good fit for hi, Take good care of yourself and stay cool. Another wicked day promised. Take good care. I care. POPS
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