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Old 01-08-2014, 10:54 PM   #9465
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Flu shot is good.

Don't forget as you get older. Pneumonia shot and shingles shot if you ever had chicken pox.

Let us all hope and pray that you are on the way to full recovery.

In other words you STM, GET WELL.
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Old 01-08-2014, 11:03 PM   #9466
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Steve, I'll keep this short and hopefully non controversial so you want need to reply. Hope you get to feeling better soon. Get the rest prescribed, don't worry about trying to keep up we will get you Cliff Notes for all the post you missed.
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Old 01-08-2014, 11:10 PM   #9467
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Steve, I'll keep this short and hopefully non controversial so you want need to reply. Hope you get to feeling better soon. Get the rest prescribed, don't worry about trying to keep up we will get you Cliff Notes for all the post you missed.
Tim - I'm actually able to mostly keep up - just can't muster energy to post. I have had to exercise some restraint though with the OP who can't crate their cat - as if it were a jaguar - and far better to let it eat wires, claw away at components, etc. Although I usually find restraint needed when I venture too far from the RVM thread.
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Old 01-09-2014, 12:35 AM   #9468
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Mutant Service Announcement So... back to Hospital today. Was afraid my shortness of breath wasn't improving quickly enough. So I get another breathing treatment - EKG - a steroid injection and a steroid script. X-rays today compared to Sunday - no change so not worse. Btw - big baby here - steroid injection IM right arm - ouch! The stuff was thick as bearing grease. Thought is the flu triggered bronchitis - and is dug in. Also - once the flu passes - now have a pulmonary specialist to see to be sure I haven't moved into the world of COPD. No lectures here please - the habit is kicked. I wasn't the picture of perfect health before, but the change here is dramatic. Sit up in bed - trip down hall - can't catch breath. Needless to say, I'm still not sure where this is headed, but I've set a new course. Thanks for your thoughts and concern. I really appreciate it. I have never had a flu like this - never took flu shots before. From here on out - flu shots my friends. It is not worth the risk. So in Dallas I think the death toll this year is still at 9 with 8 other deaths being looked into. I am on leave from work, hospital orders, until Monday. I expect to be better then. I will be quiet now. Doctors orders.
Sorry to hear this thing has a grip on you. Continued wellness wished!

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Old 01-09-2014, 12:46 AM   #9469
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Something else to worry about in the "hood"!

Two cougars caught and euthanized in the last two weeks and this is a third spotted about 1/2 block from an elementary school.
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Old 01-09-2014, 07:04 AM   #9470
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Steve, I am distressed to find out you are so ill. I have no advice, except for chicken soup, or chicken stock to drink. It does make one feel better. I am troubled by people who have breathing problems, as this is very frustrating to overcome. In fact it was a bout with this exact thing which inspired me to quit smoking almost 14 years ago.
Please stay in and fully recover before pushing yourself out the door, the further complication risk is not worth it.
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Okra uggggggggggggh

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Teffy, if I remember correctly you also was a boiled/steamed okra lover. Had the last boiled okra from garden with my black eye peas and yes, hang jowls on New Year's Day. Thought of you!
As long as you say this with tongue - in - cheek, that's OK. Stephanie grows okra and we always have an ample supply of people that want 'em. I wish she would grow english peas, but she says that only pea brained people eat peas.

We are going to take one tomato plant with us this year. We set it outside the MH when we stop. She just likes the idea of growing something.

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Old 01-09-2014, 08:17 AM   #9472
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Steve is sent to his time-out cave until at least Monday, has sworn allegiance to the League of Flu Shot Believers, and owes sweet Annie a ton of jewelry.

Meanwhile back in RVMdom, the SDMs are holding their own, but becoming a bit restless due to the calamity at RVM Central.

Will RVM2, the sage of RVMdom, revive by Monday?

Will the Grand Potentate of the Rainbow return to his highchair of wisdom?

Will the kitty finally be caged with a cozy towel?

Tune in next week, same iRV2 blog, same RVM thread for the next exciting episode:
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The posts about the crud inspired me to get my flu shot, pharmacist said two cases of H1N1 reported in Calif. So it's here.
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Good afternoon:

Gumbo isn't hard to make, all you need is a coona_s and a big pot. He or she will know exactly what to do. I'm bringing some sausage, Kary's Roux, two bowls and a good appetite. My pot is only a 4 gal and I'm pretty sure it's not big enough. Stephanie (DW), says that I also need to bring some okra (ugh - throw up). When I make it, I just cook the okra on the side and let everybody add it to their bowl to suite their taste. We will need some chicken, onions, celery, and of course RICE.

I got my slurppin' spoon and I'm ready!!!!
This is where I got the idea that Stephanie liked boiled okra, making her and me the only ones that posted back in Oct. this superior quality! When I cook it I add it right befor everything else is done, that way it doesn't get really slimy.
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This is where I got the idea that Stephanie liked boiled okra, making her and me the only ones that posted back in Oct. this superior quality! When I cook it I add it right befor everything else is done, that way it doesn't get really slimy.
As far as I'm concerned you and her can have my share of it. The coona--es down here do the same thing - last thing added. Are you going to be the "gumbo man" at the GC?

Changing the topic: How did you find that post from so long ago? I want to buy the two remote thermometers for my fridge, I think they were posted in "what was the last thing you bought for your RV?" I don't know how to look it up?

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Okra

Okra. Is wonderful, boiked, fried, pickled, dehydrated, in anything.......
Maybe it was used to make flu vaccine.......
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Okra. Is wonderful, boiked, fried, pickled, dehydrated, in anything.......
Maybe it was used to make flu vaccine.......
Now that's what I'm talking about!
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Old 01-09-2014, 12:22 PM   #9478
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As far as I'm concerned you and her can have my share of it. The coona--es down here do the same thing - last thing added. Are you going to be the "gumbo man" at the GC?

Changing the topic: How did you find that post from so long ago? I want to buy the two remote thermometers for my fridge, I think they were posted in "what was the last thing you bought for your RV?" I don't know how to look it up?

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No, no gumbo from me, I'll be on the catfish!

Now how I located the post, tempted to say photographic memorie but you'll quickly see through that by asking me the simple questions such as What Day Is It? More than likely I want know and will answer Hump Daaaaaay!

If you know who posted the reply you can click on their avatar which brings up a box with several choices, one of which is "list post". That's what I did.

I've also used the dates to scan back if I know about when something happened. The search feature also can be used, first go to thread, then search, may have to use a variety of key words.

Others may have better ideas!
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