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Old 12-11-2015, 08:21 PM   #48315
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Right hand 5th metacarpal bone (under pinky), under the knuckle, no cast just ace wrap.... Called a boxer's break... That is the normal treatment according to Dr Google.... But the one who originally called it was ortho.... This one i will be seeing is an ortho hand specialist, added bonus, she was oldest sons gross anatomy partner... Chance of surgery... Coukd be tendons or ligament damage as it is still swollen and bruised... But her call.... Starting to hold paint brush lightly, but not pencil.... But using it makes it hurt more... Will see... Son saw her and talked to her yesterday.... Been 8 WEEKS...... Too long....

Ok friends.... Here is the honest truth on how i broke the darn thing.... Dumb, dumb, dumb.....
Wasnt wearing my seat belt in new rv... We were almost home from GA picking it up... Car pulled in front if us on exit, 10 miles from home..... Well.... Apparently the brakes in new rv are really good ones, as it sent me into the windshield.... Hand hit, upper chest hit dash.... Dumb.... You better believe it. I now wear them faithfully in rv.... So it was my dumb.... Ok JNE and Earlene, truth is out.... Smile

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Gee, Di, it's a good thing that the rest of us RVMs never mess up.
Could this be a fireside topic at a GC?
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I had a bad case of carpel tunnel. Long recovery. Wishing you a quick solution
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Old 12-11-2015, 08:48 PM   #48316
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Gee, Di, it's a good thing that the rest of us RVMs never mess up.
Could this be a fireside topic at a GC?
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I had a bad case of carpel tunnel. Long recovery. Wishing you a quick solution

Lol..... Funny thing is i am a fanatic about seat belt in car.... I wont even start the engine until all are buckled...

But... I treated myself to the ipad pro, and two finger typing is easy.......



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Found Heirloom Tomatoes at Fry's (Kroger). 3 buck per luscious pound.
A JACKPOT home cookin night.

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Lol..... Funny thing is i am a fanatic about seat belt in car.... I wont even start the engine until all are buckled...

But... I treated myself to the ipad pro, and two finger typing is easy.......



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Old 12-11-2015, 10:26 PM   #48319
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Oh yeah! Can I ever relate! Managed to clear my closet by about half last month, but then stalled. Pffft!

At least Bob seems to have cheered you up! Good man!
will post pic when done, polyester fiberfill on the shopping list for manana.

Got a bit of a nudge in the kiester today regarding clearing out, we had a fella come do an energy audit on the S& B, and he mentioned all the chemicals we have in the house , in the basement, etc. The more grand kids we get crawling, creeping, and walking about here, the more dangerous the situation becomes, so I see a cleanup in the near future... he also mentioned if the house is tighter, ( not all drafty like an old barn which it currently is) the fumes are a greater threat to us.... he suggested putting out in the shed. good idea. now to get someone else to see it his way....that doesn't want them to freeze, but, I think it isn't worth the probably cost healthwise or accident wise to keep them inside....I may have to pitch a literal fit to get my way this time! Yippie! something worth fighting about!
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Right hand 5th metacarpal bone (under pinky), under the knuckle, no cast just ace wrap.... Called a boxer's break... That is the normal treatment according to Dr Google.... But the one who originally called it was ortho.... This one i will be seeing is an ortho hand specialist, added bonus, she was oldest sons gross anatomy partner... Chance of surgery... Coukd be tendons or ligament damage as it is still swollen and bruised... But her call.... Starting to hold paint brush lightly, but not pencil.... But using it makes it hurt more... Will see... Son saw her and talked to her yesterday.... Been 8 WEEKS...... Too long....

Ok friends.... Here is the honest truth on how i broke the darn thing.... Dumb, dumb, dumb.....
Wasnt wearing my seat belt in new rv... We were almost home from GA picking it up... Car pulled in front if us on exit, 10 miles from home..... Well.... Apparently the brakes in new rv are really good ones, as it sent me into the windshield.... Hand hit, upper chest hit dash.... Dumb.... You better believe it. I now wear them faithfully in rv.... So it was my dumb.... Ok JNE and Earlene, truth is out.... Smile

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Yup, better safe than sorry, you never know when one of those drivers of those little cars is going to pull out in front of ya, they just have no clue how long it takes to stop an RV.
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Yep. You did.
That was the first phrase I wrote while living in Lake Wobegon. Others have used it.
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Try doing it by categories. Clothes first, books next, .... I broke down the clothing category and got as far as shoes and/or handbags before stalling. Too much else to get on with, including the gift knitting and its mailing deadline.
GREAT Idea !!! I will try that, but a recent SETBACK... Short story:

Wind/Rain brought tree down on Daughters roof.

They sold house & have to downsize.

Their solution, take truckloads ( 3 so far & more to come ) to our house to store for them.

So, I think I am fighting a losing battle...
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Hah !!!! You can get what Steve had for lunch at any corner bait shop, you don't have to wait till you get to Casa Grande ..... lol ......

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Hah !!!! You can get what Steve had for lunch at any corner bait shop, you don't have to wait till you get to Casa Grande ..... lol ......

Cheers !!!!
And I bet we can find a sushi bar in Tucson...
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