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Old 07-30-2015, 02:28 PM   #41385
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Well we're on for grilling and chilling with the Mary and Don at their place... At last we will have a MiniC with the Toy Duck. Long overdue!

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Old 07-30-2015, 02:53 PM   #41386
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Good mornin, thanks ya'll... Better news, The three doses of meds got him out of the danger zone... As far his potassium. Went from 6.2 down to 5.0..... But he still sees kidney doctor on Monday....

Keep the ohms coming....

What is potassium and why is it important to you?
Potassium is a mineral found in many of the foods you eat. It plays a role in keeping your heartbeat regular and your muscles working right. It is the job of healthy kidneys to keep the right amount of potassium in your body, as they filter your blood. If your potassium becomes too high, it can cause an irregular heartbeat or a heart attack.

What is a safe level of potassium in my blood?

If it is 3.5-5.0………………………You are in the SAFE zone
If it is 5.1-6.0………………………You are in the CAUTION zone
If it is higher than 6.0……………..You are in the DANGER zone

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Girl, you could probably pass the exam to get your RN license. Sooooo happy to hear that Larry is better. Have thought about him numerous times today and send ohmmmms each time.
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Purchased toad on Tuesday morning after a mad dash to Austin after work on Monday. Will post pics later. Now we can really be free to site-see when we hit the road next spring! Yippee!!!
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Girl, you could probably pass the exam to get your RN license. Sooooo happy to hear that Larry is better. Have thought about him numerous times today and send ohmmmms each time.

Lol.... Nope, but I do have a Home Ec degree... Took the same sciences as the nursing students to include Microbiology and Organic Chemistry.... Then for 6 months worked in a hospital as a Therapeutic Dietitian... But this was googled....




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Purchased toad on Tuesday morning after a mad dash to Austin after work on Monday. Will post pics later. Now we can really be free to site-see when we hit the road next spring! Yippee!!!
Mel we've been loading The Discovery all day to be on track for an arrival at Palo Dura Canyon Saturday afternoon! If in the area come see us!
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Lol.... Nope, but I do have a Home Ec degree... Took the same sciences as the nursing students to include Microbiology and Organic Chemistry.... Then for 6 months worked in a hospital as a Therapeutic Dietitian... But this was googled....




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Di you had to have Organic Chemistry for a home Ec degree?
Passing organic is half way to med school! Organic changed the career of many a pre-med student! I was a gluten for punishment, I took it in the summer sessions, lived and breathed organic that summer. Thankfully my student loan officer was sleeping with me and I could devote all my time to it!
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Di you had to have Organic Chemistry for a home Ec degree?

Passing organic is half way to med school! Organic changed the career of many a pre-med student! I was a gluten for punishment, I took it in the summer sessions, lived and breathed organic that summer. Thankfully my student loan officer was sleeping with me and I could devote all my time to it!

I salute you for being a gluten for punishment. I am allergic to it so will not partake it with you.
And I salute officer Mary.
And you made me laugh my face off! You are gonna be sooooo WET
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BTW, you Sick Twisted Mutants, The Kimono will once again open to reveal many wonders and mysteries! at the GC@BCU!
Rocky and Curious George say "hello", and we leave in the AM to romp towards the Carolinas to meet up with Iron Woman.
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Hey Just checking in from our S/B..... Will be here for time being....

Still waiting on battery for ICD, anothe test transmission on Sunday, but in the meantime, we need powerful ohms... Larry has been type 1 diabetic for 10 years as a result of pancreatitis, he now has developed Kidney Disease, stage 3, on Monday his potassium level was in the danger zone... Put him on a special med within 3 hours to leech most of it out of his body. Another blood test today, waiting on results. But no phone call from the Dr yet, so hopefully it worked. With his heart condition he doesnt need this...... kidney specialist on Monday, ultrasound next week.

So ohms please.... That Larry will get past this hurdle and be ready to travel again soon....





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And you made me laugh my face off! You are gonna be sooooo WET
Thankfully your face starts at you chin goes up over the nose, eyebrows and clear to the back of your neck! Better wear your rubbers cause your getting a soakin Dirty Dave!
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Passing organic is half way to med school! Organic changed the career of many a pre-med student! I was a gluten for punishment, I took it in the summer sessions, lived and breathed organic that summer. Thankfully my student loan officer was sleeping with me and I could devote all my time to it!

Yep.... We did..... Amazing huh?
And yes, you are right... Many who flunked it, changed their major.....
Not at all what people think..... HOME ec wasnt just cooking and sewing......
Microbiology was fun, made beer, Organic Chemistry was boring, but Economics was yuk....
Actually had enough hours in science and social studies that could teach it in Jr High, which I did.....
After i was a therapeutic Dietitician at Jefferson Hosp... In Pine Bluff...



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