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Monday October 26, 2015

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Good Morning dear friends,

 

I hope this post finds you all fit, well and happy.

 

Glorious weekend for us spent hiking each day, just getting out and enjoying the fresh air. We did not get up to the mountains though, slept in on Saturday as I was half expecting to get called out to a patient death that I requested to do the visit. Hubby was on call and basically out all Friday night so we were both bushed.

 

None the less once we started our hike we were good to slog on! LOL

 

I did cook hubby 7 more meals and put those in the freezer so he has a great assortment of foods to eat while I am Down Under. I know he will not starve and is a great cook but just wanted to lighten his load while Mumma is gone!!

 

Sure will miss hubby and my fur boys while gone but I know I will be back before I know it.

 

Have an awesome day folks make it count for something good.

 

Much love to you all.

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Morning Sabby

Did get out for my bike ride yesterday morning, wasn't too cold but I was pretty tired when I was done, probably pushed too hard. After I got home I felt worse and had to lay down for a while. Felt better by the evening, did the cooking

Saw a no kill fox hunt while I was out riding. They lay a trail of fox urine and have the dogs follow. Otherwise it's just like a regular fox hunt, with the red jackets and boots and lots of dogs

Back to work today, hopefully this will be a more normal week than last week was

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It's a fine day to be in the Carolinas. Crisp fall weather, cool but not so much that I needed a jacket this morning (or that could be the hot flashes talking.) I'm no longer an early bird. I really hate getting up early. But I did. For a 7am shift. On.A.Monday. Praise the Lord that I am in triage because a monday on the main side is fretful, usually.

Four hours of sleep, though, will make surviving this day challenging.

Coffee on board. (Cheers, Far!)

Company in my pocket, you know who you are.

And AN/Breakroom on screen.

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Hi Sabby and Joe and all who wander in later.

My laundry decided to multiply, you all were right. This afternoon I am on laundry detail.

This week is Red Ribbon Week. We have my Blood Drive, Grim Reaper Day and Hugs not Drugs, which the HS kids reaaaaaalllly get into. (They have to ask permission before hugging.) So, busy.

Aw, the poor fox must have been so scared! :sorry:

And Shadow, we must have posted at the same time! Cheers, yourself!

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Good late-morning y'all!

Got home from work last night to find the younger of the two grand-daughters was spending the night. For some reason school is out today, and yesterday afternoon she asked her mom if she could pleeeeeease spend the night at Pappaw's house. :D So, she is on the sofa watching Alvin and the Chipmunks and playing on her Pappaw's tablet. She's got him wrapped around her little finger.

Both girls like to come over here on the weekends; right now their family is living in an RV. They've got the property for their to-be-built house, but construction has yet to begin. So, I think "Pappaw's House" is a nice retreat for the girls; they usually come one at a time now instead of both at the same time, to get a break from each other.

Girl-dog has been bonded with this younger grand-dgt since she was 2-3 yrs old....interesting, because the dog was always timid around kids but she took a shine to , and is currently curled up against gr.d's hip, under a lap-blanket, snoring away contentedly, which tickles grand-dgt no end.

It is a cool, rainy day; a good day to sleep late (which I did) and just loll around.

I am amazed and appalled at the kid's TV programmings' commercials; LOTS of Barbie-pushing, right now for "Rainbow-Hair Barbie" and some little mermaid doll that talks if you press the shell-pendant of her necklace. $$$$$$$$$$$$.

I am also doing the laundry-thing, not sure of anything else being accomplished today. But, since it is a rainy Monday (my Saturday) I feel no obligation to be productive.

Have a good Monday, everybody!

PS: Pappaw was showing grD some photos of her as a hairless one year old....I used to call her "Baby Bob" because she had that round, bald head. Remember those talking Baby Bob ads on TV?

Edited by No Stars In My Eyes

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No fox Farawyn, just fox urine

Ooooohhhhh!!! Hahhahahahhaaaa!

:bag:

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Found on Youtube a video of "Baby Bob" interviewing Shaquille Oneal......(sorry I don't know how to put a link in, but search fpr "Baby Bob" and that should get you there).

To me what is so funny on that video is the long shot of them sitting in their interview chairs; Shaq's shoe is about the same size as Baby Bob! :roflmao:.....maybe even bigger!

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Good afternoon/evening. I was up late mourning events on TWD, then had to be up a 4:15. So 4 hours of sleep, 3 lap choles, 2 lipoma excisions, a thyroidectomy, and hernia repair make for a long day. I'm thinking PB&J sandwiches for dinner tonight, yeah, I'm mother of the year. Hope you all had a good day.

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Our Mom sometimes gave us PB&J sandwiches with canned vegetable soup for dinner.

We liked that!

My chef's school graduate husband gave our kids hot dogs and canned beans three times in a row on summer when I worked 3-11 pm shift.

They liked it.

My sister once made her "Secret Surprise" for both our kids.

Peanut butter spread on whole wheat bread with maple syrup over it and canned green beans. Those kids loved it. They even liked the syrup on their green beans!

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