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Old 05-09-2014, 08:03 PM   #15471
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I think Diane wanted us to post our watercolor paintings, I finally got mine scanned...
Hey Marty,

Your guitar picker looks strangely familiar ...... well done !!! ..... Marcia really enjoyed Di's class as well.

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Old 05-09-2014, 08:05 PM   #15472
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Still in Nashville waiting out the storm (rain). Lots of things to do here if you can dodge the crazy drivers, I thought Dallas was bad.

Dunner glad you are doing better and you have the caregivers under control.

Jne sorry about the road gator. We dodged a few coming to Tennessee.

Marty beautiful picture!!!

Diane, glad your doing well, we need more pictures.

Tim, fixed yet? and I hope your not under water. Radar looked like you got plenty of rain.

Everybody, smooth roads, no wind and safe travels.

Look at this hauler..
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Old 05-09-2014, 08:37 PM   #15473
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I think Diane wanted us to post our watercolor paintings, I finally got mine scanned...

Thanks Marty..... The main thing is if you had fun.... Each painting is art....


Diane is holding my iPad using iRV2 mobile app........ So excuse the finger slides, please...
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Old 05-09-2014, 08:41 PM   #15474
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Di, I milked it for 10 days, long ago and far away.

Yeah day 1 is "What? I had surgery?" Day 2 is "OMG my gizzard is hollering".

The midnight itch of the noogie by your navel will give you time to paint.

My gizzard is hollering really loud..... Lol... I had always thought day 3..... But yesterday when i was chatting away, son said you will be sore tomorrow..... Lol when he called this afternoon, he reminded me...




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Old 05-09-2014, 08:42 PM   #15475
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I splash some colors on paper, while you make art. Nice! More?
Dave, I never got to see your finished work... I thought you were doing a nice one....
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Oh I'd take a copy of that June no question about it.

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We detoured through Wisconsin for genetic family visitation on our way back to Texas. It was NOTHING LIKE playing with a bunch of STMs!

All is well except some truck lost its alligator boot in Jackson, Mississippi and the Eagle swooped down and grabbed it using it's left air scoop below the bumper. Lost the parking light, and the brackets, tailpipe and muffler to the generator, but we kilt that varmit, by golly!

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Old 05-09-2014, 08:51 PM   #15477
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Dave, I never got to see your finished work... I thought you were doing a nice one....

Dave did do a great one... Post it please Dave...... Or my gizzard will yell at you. Smile


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I sent the spreadsheet to your personal emails cause I couldn't figure out how to attach a file on the PM system. I reckon somebody's gonna hafta give me lessons.

We detoured through Wisconsin for genetic family visitation on our way back to Texas. It was NOTHING LIKE playing with a bunch of STMs!

All is well except some truck lost its alligator boot in Jackson, Mississippi and the Eagle swooped down and grabbed it using it's left air scoop below the bumper. Lost the parking light, and the brackets, tailpipe and muffler to the generator, but we kilt that varmit, by golly!

Life on the move is exciting! WHOA!!! Give me some more!!!

Jne... I think you have a book in you waiting to be put onto paper!
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Jne... I think you have a book in you waiting to be put onto paper!
Thanks, Marty. I'm flattered. Mama always wanted to write a book but she wasted her good years makin' beer cans so she could feed and cloth me and my three lazy sisters. She even had an opening line for her novel: "It was a dark and stormy night on Lilly Pad Pond". That, of course, was the night and the place of my conception brought about by her coupling with a truck driver ... She didn't know what to say after that so the novel remains unwritten.

I am reading "The Crowded Camper" blog from the beginning (October, 2013) at the suggestion of the good people on RVM2RVM (Barb and Sue I think). The Crowded Camper - A mom's life in a Crowded Camper It is funny and heartwarming. I'm laughin' til I cry, and cryin' til I can laugh again. This gal REALLY should write a book and it could be required reading for STMs if it were possible to require anything of an STM.
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WHOA! Wayne!!

I just found the Zipline Videos and WOW! What a Ride!!!

Thank you for an excellent job of making me want to do it again.

And again ...
And again ...
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Just can't stop watching it.
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Thanks, Marty. I'm flattered. Mama always wanted to write a book but she wasted her good years makin' beer cans so she could feed and cloth me and my three lazy sisters. She even had an opening line for her novel: "It was a dark and stormy night on Lilly Pad Pond". That, of course, was the night and the place of my conception brought about by her coupling with a truck driver ... She didn't know what to say after that so the novel remains unwritten.

I am reading "The Crowded Camper" blog from the beginning (October, 2013) at the suggestion of the good people on RVM2RVM (Barb and Sue I think). The Crowded Camper - A mom's life in a Crowded Camper It is funny and heartwarming. I'm laughin' til I cry, and cryin' til I can laugh again. This gal REALLY should write a book and it could be required reading for STMs if it were possible to require anything of an STM.
I had to go read them too... just got caught up, started at the beginning... didn't get anything done today...LOL! I do believe she is writing her book and using the blog to do that, I believe she intends to get the first part published sometime ate this summer. ( 1st 6 months in Arkansas)
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Wow... The mutants came out of hiding tonight! So much activity and even Dunner is on the mend. The rainbow appears to be turning right side up after a whirlwind of a topsy-turvy GC!

I read last night on the mutant email express (RVM2RVM yahoo group - PM Barb if not on this) that Marty got the videos to load on www.rvmutants.com and copied them to her local drive. And, now I see he has mastered watercoloring too.

Dave has made it to his home CG and become prolific. Now let's see his watercolor!

Jim and Ginny are still out there on the road - and we're jealous! Let us know when you're "coming to town" again and we can grab a meal or something. You too Herb. North Texas has lots of miles to it. Fortunately there are mutants dotting the map and potential mini-Cs abound.

Jeanie - we've missed your humor. And Tim - they must be keeping you busy cause we're hearing too little from you.

Steve - I'd think twice before canceling the warranty - but others wouldn't have one at all. I just know that when they pay - it's usually big enough to offset expense. Went almost a year without a claim - first claim paid covered over a years premiums. The warranty is expensive - but so is everything that breaks. If ya get lucky - nothing ever breaks. A little covered breakage isn't bad.

Tom and Jan - tip of the hat - taking detours with a mutants stride! Well done.

Sorry if I missed anyone but Annie is asking me when we are buying a toad and getting out of here. That's a good sign! And so is this....
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Mike, although we have not met, I'm pretty certain that you and I could probably have a pretty good go at talking up some tales of old, and later trying to decide which one of us is the bigger horse's patoot.

You have been writing in increasingly cheerful tones! I like your spirit and can see the spicey vigor in your words. Makes me think you have bounced from the lows and are heading steadily upward.

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Dunner glad you are doing better and you have the caregivers under control.
I spoke to my physician, (the medical director of this place), about delayed pain medications and oh, what a turn around. This one nurse brings them without me asking. Usually it was 1/2 hour delay.

They removed me from the feeding machine a couple hours ago, so I'm not tied to this machine any more. The nurses will come in and tube me 12 oz of 80 proof every 3 or 4 hours. It is such a feeling of freedom not being tied to it 7/24. I can walk the isles and go to the bathroom without it. Yeah.

Tomorrow, they are supposd to put together a package of my remaining meds and write me scripts for 30 days worth. Not sure how that is going to work. They still haven't gotten a Dr to sign the script for lorazapam. How are they going to get one to sign anything else?. Anyhow, I am then supposed to get my scripts from my PC. Hope I can get him to go strong enough on the pain and sleep meds. He's playing around with different drugs to find what works of me. I wish he would give me enough to self medicate to the point of finding what does work and stick to it. I have a very hight tolerance and some of them only work for one or two nights. I loved Ambien CR as it let me fall asleep fast, sleep for 10 hours and wake up refreshed. Too bad that after 2 years my tolerance went up to where it wasn't working. Anybody use a reliable sleep med? OTC will not work for me. I keep telling my Dr that I don't care if I get hooked on a benzo. What's it going to do? Kill me or let me get a good night sleep? I have never been hooked on a med, just what if does for me. I.E. lets me sleep or take away the pain.
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Lunesta worked for me, but I had to take 3 to get to sleep and stay asleep all night long. I finally am off of them when I went cold turkey off all my meds. Long story.
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