Ah yes...I followed your discussion on that....blogs too. So, have they finally get it right?
There are 3 things I hate most: rodents (mice, rats euw!), cockroaches (double euw!) and worms (triple euw!) LOL Actually...any bugs that have more than 4 legs LOL!
One time a mice got inside the house...I caught the darn thing by placing those sticky pads in corners of the kitchen and placed a piece of cereal in the middle...Wallah...I caught him! My husband took care of it though...nope not me! I also installed these little machines you plug in sockets on the wall...that lights up. Its suppose to deter rodents by emitting a high pitch sound. Works wonders!
Good Morning,Doris. The sun is shining bright so another hot day. It has been wicked. I have no ambition. Was going to do laundry but I didn't. My BG was 119 I will take it. TOPS tomorro when I will tell them MOVE MORE EAT LESS. My legs and ankles really better tht CELEBREX is great. How is your hubby doing? Still in pain. The doctor told Russ yesterday you are 85 you cannot get addicyed if in pain take a pill. He said I have had 3 back oprtions and when I am in pain I take pill. Russ takes ENDOCET and it works. I hope your readings are good and you have a stress free day. Take good care of yourself. I care. HUGS,Reed
Good Morning,Doris. Another week and it says high 90's what else is new. My BG 97. Russ has had 3 good nights of sleep no moaning and groaning so I guess he is out of the woods for now. He sees his primary care doctor this morning. My legs much better that CELEBREX is helping no more pain in the ankles. How is your hubby doing? I will be so glad when I can shiver. I hope you have a nice day. Do you still babysit? Take good care. Seems the WELCOMES are frozen. HUGS,Reed
Thank You Doris. I have mentioned this site ti him and I'm hoping that he comes over to read some of the stories. If anything, maybe he will get excited to learn that there are people who care! and that he can learn a thing or two!
Good Sunday Morning,Doris. Manny is trying so hard to fix things fofr me. NING became new member everyone welcomed him he is a search engine. He has fouled things up. We have not had a new member in 3 days. Then we will be flooded wiyh new members. The weatherman said cool today..yep...96 is cool. How are things with you? Russ has had 2 good days. I hope it continues. I think maybe if I leave they won;t have these problems. it is not right that one person fouls it up for everyone. Have a great day. HUGS,Reed
Good Morning,Doris. Tom came last night. He is a calming influence on Russ. He had to leave 5"30 this morning to get to the airport for his flight to Pierto Rico. Of course, Reed had to give him breakfast. We have decided if Russ gets to the point I cannot do it we will hire caretakers..cheaper than a nursing home which he refuses to go to. Stunned Brit got married and did not tell you.Were you surprised about the divorce? I hope she gets child support. These kids today. How are you ding? I hope you are not too stressed out. I had a couple of bad nights with Russ but he seems to be better right now. Take good care of yourself,Doris. Count to 10. Have a great day. HUGS,Reed
hi Doris, I'm ok. considering the stress I'm under, I'm really surprised my bgs have been so good. I guess it's because I'm on my feet at the fair so much. Yesterday was the baking competition, and I was assisting the judges. I can't believe how mine could eat so many different pies, cakes, cookies, and keep tasting and judging. nothing appealed to me at all. I should be losing weight with my lack of appetite. Ed and I are going over there today to have some fun. I saw that B got married. wow, shocked I guess you are feeling. big hugs for you.
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