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Old 12-14-2015, 08:13 AM   #48441
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Nope! I had bigger muscles and a six pack starting in my junior year of high school. Gymnastics, parallel bars, flying rings, tumbling (still do that now-a-days, but not on purpose), track, high jump and 100 yard dash, Field; shot put, discus, javelin. So just conjure up a vision of pre roundness and you'll have it. (but keep it to yourself.)

I'll send some pictures some day. Kept the six pack abs until I left Vietnam, then it all started puffing out. Must have been the Agent Orange.
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WOW . . . I never knew that about you. It just goes to prove how much a person can accomplish when HOME SCHOOLED!!
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Old 12-14-2015, 08:22 AM   #48442
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This seems to be an appropriate time for a shout out to our beloved brethren that helped in many ways to protect and preserve our freedom.

Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Brothers AND sisters for your service to our great nations. (U.S. and Canada)
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For those who care and for those like me who don't know the difference! I erroneously reported on this thread that Mary's quilt was done on a long arm machine. It was actually done on a new sewing machine with a extended base. There now all is right in the world!

Gees!

Whew! I'm sure glad the earth is back on its correct axis now! You must have gotten an earful, albeit gently of course, bein as it was Mary & all.
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Old 12-14-2015, 08:58 AM   #48444
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Good to know about the sewing machine Sue. Denise is always trying to stay busy when we camp.
Please note how Mizzie likes to get in the pictures to help Denise play Vanna.

Mizzie is a camera hog, is she? Cute!

Great quilt, Denise! Fun colors, sense of depth, and what a border! Love those stripes.

I'm really looking forward to meeting you both! Trains and quilting -- we won't have a thing to yack about, will we? Guess we'll just have to eat. Can't talk with yer mouth full, can ya?
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Old 12-14-2015, 09:01 AM   #48445
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WOW . . . I never knew that about you. It just goes to prove how much a person can accomplish when HOME SCHOOLED!!

That's weird! All the screen shows is "Wayne," in purple. When I quote it to answer, the rest of your message comes up. Weird!
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Old 12-14-2015, 09:25 AM   #48446
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Mary gives two thumbs up! Looks great!

I hear that orange agent affects your memory too! Hummmm
Blubblubblublub! myaebe.

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For those who care and for those like me who don't know the difference! I erroneously reported on this thread that Mary's quilt was done on a long arm machine. It was actually done on a new sewing machine with a extended base. There now all is right in the world!

Gees!
Tim, it is a good thing Mary is there to thump you up along side the head to keep you right!

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Wayne,

WOW . . . I never knew that about you. It just goes to prove how much a person can accomplish when HOME SCHOOLED!!
The back yard gym set was fun. Even had a teeter-toter.

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That's weird! All the screen shows is "Wayne," in purple. When I quote it to answer, the rest of your message comes up. Weird!
Really Sue! What did you expect from Larry?
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Dwayne - update us when you can. Ommmmms to Shara.
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Dwayne - update us when you can. Ommmmms to Shara.
X 2.

We want you to check in ASAP with and update.

Ommmmmmmmmmmmmmsssssssssssssssssssss
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Latest from her on FB...Shara...Somebody text me, I'm going crazy, Me...any more ideas what the heck is going on in your gut, other than pain?, Shara... No, they came to take more blood this morning, have more test lined up for tomorrow.
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I've pondered on it before, never knew someone well enough to ask,
but my ponder is, what is the difference between those fellas who came out of nam and seemed to be able to go on in life more conventional than those who came back and seemingly crashed... couldn't deal with life, and just pretty much exist, or end it. Probably, a much too deep of a ponder to be voicing publicly, but well, there it is.

Sorry for such dark ponders in what is supposed to be a holiday time, but my mind runs that way, and I desire understanding, and wish for a way to help.
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Marty my guess is who they ask for help. Or if they ask for help at all. Times have certainly changed since those guys came home and asking for help in a often times debated diagnosis was not often done. Others had no spiritual training or upbringing that resulted on a no where to turn condition.
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Ok up date they still know nothing. Shara is still in a lot of pain. And they postponed the colonoscopy again. First it was to happen last night then this morning now tomorrow. The nurse last night was a tool came in and said I come in every 2 hours so don't buzz that buzzer unless it is an emergency I will not come.
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That's weird! All the screen shows is "Wayne," in purple. When I quote it to answer, the rest of your message comes up. Weird!

Sue, on mine too, showed it to Larry and he showed me his computer screen... I am on the mobile app....
Maybe that is it





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Marty my guess is who they ask for help. Or if they ask for help at all. Times have certainly changed since those guys came home and asking for help in a often times debated diagnosis was not often done. Others had no spiritual training or upbringing that resulted on a no where to turn condition.
Or to put it another way, everyone is different.
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