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Old 12-10-2013, 11:50 PM   #7883
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Hey y'all! Thanks for all the good wishes. Lunch w/ my DH at a rather posh place, dinner w/ the spinners & weavers guild, driving on ice after dark w/o incident...all seems fine on my bit of the rainbow. My mutant friends are the icing on my cake.

Which reminds me, I forgot to bake myself a cake!

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*!*!*Happy Birthday, Sue*!*!*

I'm glad it was a goodly celebrated day for you!
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Old 12-11-2013, 01:20 AM   #7884
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Hey y'all! Thanks for all the good wishes. Lunch w/ my DH at a rather posh place, dinner w/ the spinners & weavers guild, driving on ice after dark w/o incident...all seems fine on my bit of the rainbow. My mutant friends are the icing on my cake.

Which reminds me, I forgot to bake myself a cake!

Cheers,
Sue, who is no longer 70. Another hill topped!
Happy birthday Dear Sue, Just to let you know for 5 days every year we are the same age. I turn the 7 0 next December.
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Old 12-11-2013, 07:23 AM   #7885
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I'm late to the party as usual. I had a PT appt in town, but had to take my friend's Ford Explorer as there was snow on their very steep driveway. That SUV has more touch screens, gadgets and gizmos on it than I've ever seen. They're going to make it so us old fogey s won't be able to drive new cars if this keeps up.


They almost drive themselves. Everything in my new truck can practically be operated by voice control.
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I'm late to the party as usual. I had a PT appt in town, but had to take my friend's Ford Explorer as there was snow on their very steep driveway. That SUV has more touch screens, gadgets and gizmos on it than I've ever seen. They're going to make it so us old fogey s won't be able to drive new cars if this keeps up.


They almost drive themselves. Everything in my new truck can practically be operated by voice control.
Leaves people with nothing to do but text and talk on their phone.
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Old 12-11-2013, 09:05 AM   #7887
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The best and worst news.

The best--New grand dauther 6 lbs 14 oz 19 inches, she looks like Grampa!

The worst-- Grampa came down and still has a fever. I saw Ms Ella Kate through the glass and was then sent home. Family all taking turns sending me pictures of them holding her just to cheer me up.

Here is proud daddy and Ms Ella Kate
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Old 12-11-2013, 09:22 AM   #7888
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The best and worst news. The best--New grand dauther 6 lbs 14 oz 19 inches, she looks like Grampa! The worst-- Grampa came down and still has a fever. I saw Ms Ella Kate through the glass and was then sent home. Family all taking turns sending me pictures of them holding her just to cheer me up. Here is proud daddy and Ms Ella Kate
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Old 12-11-2013, 09:32 AM   #7889
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Tim - now that there is a shiny new mutant if I ever saw one! Congratulations to the family!

Now feed that fever. You need a clean bill of health so you can wait in line to hold that Grand. No fun looking through a window with fevered brow.
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Congrats Tim! Get better! You have spoiling duties awaiting!
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Old 12-11-2013, 11:28 AM   #7892
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The Journey

The journey is made better by grandkids! Congratulations Tim.

Let the spoiling begin!

Happy belated birthday to Sue.

We've been somewhat incommunicado lately. Too many things going on but the highlight reel is :
Mrs. Muddypaws has had two recent surgeries to remove breast canncer. The first was not 100% clear so they removed a bigger chunk. Successfully. She will be starting radiation and/or chemo as the oncologists orders. This is her second go-round in 10 years. Ladies, I you're taking an aromatase inhibitor (such as Aremidex or Tamoxifen) as part of your long term treatment you might want to think about taking it longer than 5 years. They now recommend 10 years, and sometimes indefinately. This is the first year in a long time that we're not hosting Christmas Eve at our S&B house.

We've got the Bounder out of storage and are going on a short trip this weekend to host a Christmas Dinner for our RV club. Then again right after Christmas for a week or so. The change in scenery will do us good.

It's finally warming up here! There was no ice on my car this morning. Woo Hoo! But I'm still wearing the heaviest coat I own.

About the Y2K thing happening to our mutant thread here:

Not likely. The post number may not even be stored in the database, but if it is it's probably a single precision interger. Things may get squirrelly when we pass post # 32767. At the rate posts pile up here that won't be a problem for about another year. But only IF it's a stored interger value. Maybe by then we'll have our own multi-threaded forum?
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Tim - congratulations! That's a fine looking mutant girl child. I hope your fever/illness passes quickly and you are able visit with Ella Kate.

Mrs. Muddypaws - sending healing thoughts your way. It sounds like you are on your way to recovery. Enjoy your travels!
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Tim congrats to you and the family Miss Ella Kate is ready to be programmed by Grandpa to begin mutation. She is a beauty!!! Hurry up and get well cause she needs bonding time with her grandpa before grandma steals all your thunder.
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The journey is made better by grandkids! Congratulations Tim. Let the spoiling begin! Happy belated birthday to Sue. We've been somewhat incommunicado lately. Too many things going on but the highlight reel is : Mrs. Muddypaws has had two recent surgeries to remove breast canncer. The first was not 100% clear so they removed a bigger chunk. Successfully. She will be starting radiation and/or chemo as the oncologists orders. This is her second go-round in 10 years. Ladies, I you're taking an aromatase inhibitor (such as Aremidex or Tamoxifen) as part of your long term treatment you might want to think about taking it longer than 5 years. They now recommend 10 years, and sometimes indefinately. This is the first year in a long time that we're not hosting Christmas Eve at our S&B house. We've got the Bounder out of storage and are going on a short trip this weekend to host a Christmas Dinner for our RV club. Then again right after Christmas for a week or so. The change in scenery will do us good. It's finally warming up here! There was no ice on my car this morning. Woo Hoo! But I'm still wearing the heaviest coat I own. About the Y2K thing happening to our mutant thread here: Not likely. The post number may not even be stored in the database, but if it is it's probably a single precision interger. Things may get squirrelly when we pass post # 32767. At the rate posts pile up here that won't be a problem for about another year. But only IF it's a stored interger value. Maybe by then we'll have our own multi-threaded forum?
Prayers from us to you and Ms. Muddypaws! Your Mutant family will be praying for quick and complete remission never to return again!
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No worries - there's room on the rainbow for all of us, vegetarian, omnivore, carnivore. My favorite food is carrot cake!
Mmmm!!!! Me too! unfortunately...gluten has been unkind to my tummy the last few years and I don't get to partake of carrot cake much anymore.... :(
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