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Old 05-28-2014, 09:20 PM   #16563
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You need a throw away email for web sites... let the garbage fill up Microsoft's, Google's or Yahoo's servers....
Quack Quack - glad yer back!
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Old 05-28-2014, 10:30 PM   #16564
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Pondering the goodness.
Every now and then we're reminded of how lucky we are to ride the rainbow and how fortunate we are to have made our way here. Right here - a group of open and caring mutants have gathered and declared our mutantness - our goodness. You might even say that open and caring and the mutant goodness is just redundant. How many times since April of 2013 when this thread started have we come together to support one or another or more in a time of need? I can't count em, at least not quickly. So what's my point - well just this - we're one heck of a family of STMs.

So Wes and Theresa (Mom) - Tina and your DD - Dunner - Steve and your SIL - Judy and your DS - and the others being challenged one way or the other - all he positive healing Ommms of the rainbow are heading your way.

And thanks to all of you for proving what we all new anyway - When ya let the journey be your destination, and you don't miss what ya don't have - what yer left with is good, solid, kind hearted people. People I'm proud to call friends and family. Wait till AT&T gets my new list... And that's all I have to say about that...

So ok lurkers and occasional readers - does yer RV not have a thing or two or twenty - but you don't miss em. Is the journey your destination. Tell us about it and join the RVMdom. You'll be glad ya did - and I'm here to tell ya - you will not find a finer bunch of mutants anywhere.

BTW some RVMs actually know a thing or two about a thing or two - like water color painting - water filtration - Water softeners - water pressure regulators - water hoses rated to 200 PSI - water pumps - and that's just a few of the water related things....
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Old 05-28-2014, 10:50 PM   #16565
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Dunner... you are a fighter... Don't let your situation get you down... stand up and fight man! Life can be worth the troubles it inflicts. Lifting you up before the powers that be for healing.
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Old 05-28-2014, 10:53 PM   #16566
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Wayne - that's why I gave them the account that will be closed when we hit the road. Until I have a toad - we can't go.... And when we go - we won't have that account any more. Don't look now - but that's email address I gave you too!
Steve, if you don't give me a good email address, you'll miss me.
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Old 05-28-2014, 10:58 PM   #16567
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Steve, if you don't give me a good email address, you'll miss me.
How can I miss ya when we'll be tethered to your 20 amp and in front of your house - with our stinky slinky dangling in your gutter...
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Old 05-28-2014, 11:15 PM   #16568
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Maybe it is time for a quick ponder.
Here is one that keeps rising to the surface on my list:

When someone says that something is "out of whack", then logically when it is no longer out of whack, it must be "in whack". Is this solid logic? If so, then why do not people who are feeling good today proclaim "I'm feeling really in whack today"?

'Tis my ponder for this the wee hours of the morning. If I can't scratch up a heavier ponder, I may just quit for the night.


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Old 05-28-2014, 11:25 PM   #16569
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[QUOTE=Moonrover;2072249]Maybe it is time for a quick ponder.
Here is one that keeps rising to the surface on my list:

When someone says that something is "out of whack", then logically when it is no longer out of whack, it must be "in whack". Is this solid logic? If so, then why do not people who are feeling good today proclaim "I'm feeling really in whack today"?

'Tis my ponder for this the wee hours of the morning. If I can't scratch up a heavier ponder, I may just quit for the night.


Well then,

Knick-knack, paddy-whack, give the dog a bone........
G'night!
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Moonrover... think on this... if you think about the game called whack a mole... if you are hitting fine you are whacking away at things and making progress. if you get out of whack, you miss the moles and lose the game.
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Maybe it is time for a quick ponder.
Here is one that keeps rising to the surface on my list:

When someone says that something is "out of whack", then logically when it is no longer out of whack, it must be "in whack". Is this solid logic? If so, then why do not people who are feeling good today proclaim "I'm feeling really in whack today"?

'Tis my ponder for this the wee hours of the morning. If I can't scratch up a heavier ponder, I may just quit for the night.


Well then,

Knick-knack, paddy-whack, give the dog a bone........
G'night!
Oh! You win! You thunk better than I!
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I think that's whack! ^^^^
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I think they are real, too. The guardians.
Of that fact I am sure!

When my daughter first started to drive I gave her a key ring that had a metal tag that read, "Never drive faster than your guardian angels can fly".
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So this one time, I was foolin and toolin around in a power wheelchair when all of a sudden....I felt real dumb.
Hope you don't mind that I finished the sentence for you.
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How can I miss ya when we'll be tethered to your 20 amp and in front of your house - with our stinky slinky dangling in your gutter...
Aw! Steve! For you I have 50 amps but if you back into the driveway you'll have to put the front up on ramps and you will not be able to open the driver side slide except when specified by Earlene. She has to get her car in/out of the the garage. When on the ramps, that last step down is a stinker. You'll need an extension step. You'll need 60 feet of sewer line to get to the curbside street drain, however the city frowns on anything other than rain water going into that drain. We do have a city RV dump site that is free.

The best time to come is when we are not here.
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Maybe it is time for a quick ponder.
Here is one that keeps rising to the surface on my list:

When someone says that something is "out of whack", then logically when it is no longer out of whack, it must be "in whack". Is this solid logic? If so, then why do not people who are feeling good today proclaim "I'm feeling really in whack today"?

'Tis my ponder for this the wee hours of the morning. If I can't scratch up a heavier ponder, I may just quit for the night.


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Every once in a while Earlene lets me know I've been whacked before and I can be whacked again.
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