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Old 03-02-2015, 04:50 PM   #785
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Thanks Bobby, I will look. Gordon, Mothers always know best. I believe the expressions is: The older I get the smarter my parents become.
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Last cup of coffee/cocoa for the day. Getting to visit my three girls. My 95 year old mother. My sister, who allows me to keep the MH on her property. And the last girl, my MH. Doing some storage enhancements on inside. Too cold for me to work outside today, think it got up to 40 today.

And today is Texas Independance Day, 1836.

Nite all.

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Good Morning All,


Well, I am sure we are all thinking about Terry today as he has his knee replacement. Prayers out to you Terry for a quick recovery.


Coffee is good this AM. I didn't start drinking this stuff until in my 50's and now really enjoy it especially when it is cold. Hardly ever drink more than one cup.


Weather is 29 today. It was nasty yesterday and sure look forward to spring. There is a new posting in Vintage today about a guy who wants to change bed arrangement in his used new to them MH. Some of you guys might want to go there and see if you can help. I am wondering if drop down bunks would work or putting curtain over between living area and kitchen area. You'll see what I mean.


Well, got to get busy with some things that need doing today so you all have a good day. Lynne
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Old 03-04-2015, 07:11 AM   #789
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Coffee is just finished brewing an about to get my first cup and yes beasmil I was just thinking bout Terry myself hope all goes well....70* this morning with a high about 80* but they are saying a 40* drop is coming about 8pm tonight and sleet tomorrow morning. ....well what can you expect give it five minutes and the weather will change...lol

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yes, prayers sent for terry for a speedy recovery..
yesterday we just got rid of all the snow we have had now today were going to flood for sure,then tonight were looking for another 8 plus inches of snow...
everyone stay safe..
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So Much for warmer weather.
Currently +1 Feels like -14
So Say's our Weatherman,
"God Give me the strength"
Snowed about 2 inches yesterday morning and was melting by afternoon. The sun is getting higher in the sky.
The weather-woman says BIG change in the weather next week. What colder???
One thing for sure is my Coffee is tasting mighty find this morning.
and the SUN is shining.
Did Terry say what time his surgery was today?
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Gooodmorning, having good cup of coffee with up to 5" snow by tonight! Original forecast was mostly freezing rain, now saying snow thank goodness! This will shut the state down for a day.
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Go figure. Came back from skiing and it snowed 24" in two days at the ski hill. Next year will stay longer.

Terry will do just fine. Good doctor, good wishes - how can he go wrong?
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Good Afternoon All, My surgery was at 7:30 AM this morning, had to be here at 5:45 AM, long day. Op went well, I am sitting in a chair next to the bed right now. PT tech get's you right up shortly after. Eating supper then going for a walk so they say. Tired right now but good pain management in place so feel pretty good, catch all later.
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Congratulations Terry;
Happy to hear the operation went well. I know your perserverance and diligence will make it the physio go well. Looking forward to hearing progress in the next several days.
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great terry,,happy all went well,,,we all know you will be up and at,em very soon..
now just get some rest,,,sleep well..
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Terry that PT is your key to quick, full recovery! Yep it's a pain right now.
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Glad to hear all went well, you'll be up and around in no time! My mom had her knee done in upstate ny by some Dr. named Frank N. Stein cut her up like she was a civil war soldier and she did ok though it looked like hell! You will be fine! Best Wishes, Bobby
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