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good morning and good night everyone.

sabby, feel better fast. hope all goes well for you.

i'm using my stim unit on my rt. shoulder as i sit here typing. i have had a 9 cm tear in my right rotator cuff for about 18 months and have done extensive pt in lieu of repair or replacement, because the anesthesia presents too great a risk. oh well...

we had a picnic with friends yesterday and will have a quiet day today. it's warm and sunny today.

one more southpaw here... or at least i used to be. i hope to be one again in the not to distant future.

my husband is lefthanded too! my family is weird because if you go back about five generations, only a very very few righthanders. there are some babies in the sixth generation now, and at least three are showing lefthanded preference! they're 9 months, 15 months, and 2 1/2. both my parents were lefties too, but a teacher tried to convert my mom,:eek: but had no luck. my first grade teacher was very proud that every leftie had been switched over by the end of the year. any guesses which kid broke her perfect four decades long record??!!:devil::d:rolleyes:

kathy

shar pei mom:paw::paw:

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Hahahaha, GREAT comic, Kathy!!! :up:

Sabby, I'm so sorry you've been crook, and I'm relieved you've been properly diagnosed and that tx is just around the corner.

Hopefully the procedure will go smoothly and you will soon be functional again. :D :D :D

As opposed to DYS-functional. ;) ;)

Has your dh's heart settled down and started behaving?

We were up early today (0530, or as we say at work, "Oh-dark-thirty" ) to pick up our friends (band members) and head for the bluegrass association's campground digs.

We did a 1/2 hr gospel set at 0800, then had pancake breakfast, then listened to a couple of the other bands' sets, then jammed till noon.

Had Mexican food at a little hole-in-the-wall restaurant we "discovered" last year: yummy!

Just got home around 2:30.

Unloaded the car (by myself, as dh has a 10# lifting restriction).

Now on the puter and I can see a NAP looming in the near future!!! :)

Tomorrow we're helping some friends with another gospel set at a cemetery about an hour away.

I think we have to be there at 0745, and the music starts 0830.

I told dh we have to start doing secular music, not just gospel, for then we'll get gigs later on in the day, not first thing!!! :D :D :D

Thank you all for posting, I enjoy hearing from you all. :)

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hi again!

Liddle..that should have been dh..bad typing early in the am!

fun day today... church then flower shopping with mom

planted for her; then to cemetary for dh's mom and grandparents graves

then to a bday party; dinner with dd and her significant other

then some yard work here. sitting here with an adult beverage then bed!

see you in the am! :redbeathemary

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Hi Allnurses gang.

Have been up since six. First game today was at eight. Second game at five. Double OT and penalty kick shbootout. They won, so 4 games has turned into 5 with tomorrow's championship game at eight in the morning. We're all excited, she's just exhausted. Lol. Steak for dinner tonight. We're all pretty tired so it's off to bed. Plus it's hard to type all this with my phone. ;)

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94 degrees here today. :eek:

It was 90 degrees at the campground.

With the breeze, though, it was very tolerable in the shade. :)

I took an hour-long nap!!

Just treated myself to a trip to Barnes and Noble, and bought all episodes of Jeeves and Wooster (starring a VERY young Hugh Laurie). :up:

Cooking some vegetarian stew now, and just had some greek yogurt and strawberries. :)

Boring, ain't it??? :D :D :D

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94 degrees here today. :eek:

It was 90 degrees at the campground.

With the breeze, though, it was very tolerable in the shade. :)

I took an hour-long nap!!

Just treated myself to a trip to Barnes and Noble, and bought all episodes of Jeeves and Wooster (starring a VERY young Hugh Laurie). :up:

Cooking some vegetarian stew now, and just had some greek yogurt and strawberries. :)

Boring, ain't it??? :D :D :D

I think boring is good..... Remember that the phrase "may your life be interesting" is a Chinese curse. :D :D

I hadn't heard of "Jeeves and Wooster". The DW and I are watching "Under the Greenwood Tree" from BBC video. We just recently got the George Eliot collection from BBC video as well. We watched "Daniel Deronda" last night.

It's going to be rainy and not break 70 all week up here. But I'd rather have that then 94 degrees! (I don't like the heat; and it has been well proven that I don't melt in the rain. :clown: )

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we have spent the evening watching bbc's "as time goes by" which we adore! the horrible thing is that if you do the math, we're almost jean's and lionel's ages now...:eek:

kathy

shar pei mom:paw::paw:

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Sabby, what will the spincterotomy do for you? You have such a great attitude, considering all you guys have gone through. I pray you get some good pain control for afterward, will it be much pain for very long? I "feel" for you girlfriend!

how is dear hubby?

Zoe the pressure is too high in the pancreatic duct so doing the sphincterotomies will allow better drainage hence relief of the pain. I cannot wait after yesterday morning's episode had me a screaming heap on the floor. I feel so bad for hubby because he cannot do anything other than rub my back until the pain subsides. I am a tough cookie but this pain is the worst imaganable I have ever experienced. Still there is light at the end of the tunnel and I am so relieved.

Hubby has an appt to see another Cardiologist as we were not happy with the one that he had.

Remains hypotensive and in AFib with faint feelings at times. He is being good at taking his meds and I monitor his vitals twice a day. PCP said he may well end up with a pacemaker if the cardioversion/ablation does not work and he is OK with that as long as he feels better.

We still enjoy life and have so much to be thankful for so no grumbling from me.

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