LOL! No Doug done that one to himself! LOL! Yep change out I'm thinking I might need to do that today too. I gotta go looks like my g-kids are here now. Dang it I just get on the puter again and here they are
I hardly ever look in the mirror b/c I scare myself so much LOL! Dawn phomamin (Sp) on that high bs?????? Mine was at 177 this morning but that's from eating like a fool last night. K went and got us some gro. I didn't have anything I would eat here last night then he came in with stuff I loved (popcorn was the main problem here) and I ate til I couldn't eat no more over 4 hours of eating. HEY I WAS HUNGERY!!! LOL!
Hey Marie!!! Doing better this morning? Those b-days kinda get hard after a certian age huh????? I looked at that pic yesterday and discovered I got my mom's chin (you know the saggy one The one I swore I would never have LOL) I may favor my dad everywhere else (let's face it I'm a carbon match of him) but that chin is my mom's LOL!
Thank goodness I found out about this via the homeroom.
I just signed up for a class from the U of Mn adult enrichment called "Bob Dylan - The First 70 Years". It is held in an auditorium that seats 200 and there were only 12 spaces left!
happy b-day marie. hope you are having a better day. darn bs's anyway. they never take a day off for anything, not even birthday's, but if it's low then cake is in order. lol. but who wants cake for breakfast!!! well ok, maybe me. but only certain kinds.
Wow! Thanks for this. I will join that group. My husband and I were wondering when he was gonna be "all lasered out" too! The doc kinda hasn't brought that up yet lol. For good reason I'm sure. Doesn't want to worry us more. But he did say eventually you just can't do the lasers anymore.
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