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Old 03-14-2018, 04:04 PM   #74621
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Welcomes galore.... but to bestow an actual RVMutant number you must do these two things........

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Old 03-14-2018, 04:14 PM   #74622
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Who else was born on the same day you were? I Googled May 2nd and found very few people who I recognized by name. The highlights are Dr Benjamin Spock whose books on raising children ruined a few generations and the 2 year old Princess Charlotte in England.

Oh well, I was also born on Wednesday. The song says "Wednesday's child is full of woe" in one version, but "merry and glad" in another.
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Old 03-14-2018, 04:34 PM   #74623
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Who else was born on the same day you were? I Googled May 2nd and found very few people who I recognized by name. The highlights are Dr Benjamin Spock whose books on raising children ruined a few generations and the 2 year old Princess Charlotte in England.

Oh well, I was also born on Wednesday. The song says "Wednesday's child is full of woe" in one version, but "merry and glad" in another.
I haven't done the Google search yet, but I was born in a Thursday. How apropos is this: Thursday's child has far to go. 🤗
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Old 03-14-2018, 05:39 PM   #74624
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I haven't done the Google search yet, but I was born in a Thursday. How apropos is this: Thursday's child has far to go.


11/01/48 was a Monday, it was All Saints Day, the day after Halloween, it was 80F in St Paul MN, and snowed the next day.
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Who else was born on the same day you were? I Googled May 2nd and found very few people who I recognized by name. The highlights are Dr Benjamin Spock whose books on raising children ruined a few generations and the 2 year old Princess Charlotte in England.



Oh well, I was also born on Wednesday. The song says "Wednesday's child is full of woe" in one version, but "merry and glad" in another.


Anna, my first grand....
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I googled famous people born on my birthday,

Only got my name!
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Cacique welcome. We generally don't start picking on nubies the first couple of days!
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Ohms for healing and ohms for sister Beverly from Steve and Mary Ann.
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Thanks folks!
I appreciate all and any prayers and Ohms for Bev.
My hopes are up that she will thank you all from her bed, and that right soon!
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Second wave of prayers sent skyward for you Bev, get well soon.

Welcome Cacique, we're waiting on ya.
Will you take the two steps to RVMdom???? Do you have what it takes? Do you, do you????

I am Bill, aka; "Deuce", aka; W.D., aka RVM#172......the latest RVM nubie. I am proud to be here!

But alas, it is now time for me to pass the mop and bucket to #173, I'm gettin' blisters. Will #173 be you?
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Warm & sunny here south of Maricopa, & we've just wandered over to visit the new kids on the block:

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They're Nubians, so could grow up to be milkers if we need milk or cheese to go with the owners' hen & duck eggs.

A couple of young emus are new too, but I haven't seen them yet. (I've been told their eggs can fetch up to $400 and take 2 1/2 hours to boili. Must be for a catering size scramble!)

The fishhook barrel cactus fruit are ripe for the picking. They are easily picked, taste like lemon, & the seeds are like poppy seeds. I've dried several diced fruits. Maybe they'll be good for muffins.

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Ask a simple question, & looky what ya get! Charlene's got nothin on me!
Bahahahaha. Oh, I heart you, Sue.

Hey, when are you guys headed back thisaway?



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Sorry Warren, only get an Oh Well that can be upgraded to an Oh Yeah once I've eaten something from it. Hehehehe!

Wayne you and Earline dine with some of the best people! ( notice you haven't dined with us lately). Hummm,

Carl I'm working on getting my birds to set on my shoulder! You should see the back of my shirts. Bad bad!
Tim, when we had the great chicken disaster (kids left gate unlocked, dogs got in the henhouse), there was one chick left out of the dozen. I named her Buttercup. Would perch her on my straw hat every morning when I headed out to work the garden. She'd bonded to me, and was about as domesticated as a chick can be. I taught her to scratch for bugs, using a 3 prong hand rake... She'd sit under my legs, and I'd scratch at the ground, and when I found a bug I'd put her in front of it. She learned really quick what that rake meant!

A few months later, lo and behold, Buttercup grew a comb!!! So I didn't change his name, because irony. Boy named Sue.

He started getting aggressive, and pecking my face and ears not long after the comb grew, so I didn't carry him as much after that. One day, he just disappeared, never knew what happened. Went out to henhouse to call him and he was gone.



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Extending the welcome to you guys! And be careful with that mop. The Admiral never did get all the sticky stuff off the handle....

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Well there is nothing more restful than spending hours and hours in the ER and hospital!
Tuesday my morning started early as normal, sipping coffee and watching fake news. Mary sleeping in a little later than normal so actually quite peaceful. Then Mary's phone rings so I answer it, it was son, GD had fever and they needed a babysitter so I tell him to bring her on over. While talking to him the phone buzzed and a text came in from SIL telling me that my brother, a heart patient, was at the ER with a heart attack.

So I jumped to wake Mary to get up, GD is coming and I'm headed to hospital. While waiting in the hallway of the ER as they were preparing to take my brother up to a room, in walks a lady whom had worked for me for years. Her husband, also a heart patient, was suffering from congestive heart failure. He was eventually moved to a heart hospital up in Little Rock. So Tuesday I spent most of the day at the bedside of these men and their families. Wednesday my brother was released to go home with just a medication change, he has had so many bypass's and stints that there was little else for them to do. Knowing my brother he will be back at work tomorrow.

A visit up to the other hospital and the other Gentlman was setting up talking, laughing and looking great. So that brings me up to today. Some catchup reading and rest is what I have in store for today, cause hospital visits just ware me out.
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Update from Bev:

“Today's update. Possibly home today with GI Dr approval. Hgb remains steady at 11 after 4 units of blood. They are attempting to wean me off the O2 and anti bleeding meds. Some pain but quite tolerable. They "banded" 4 bleeder culprits in my esophagus. Even the pooping is working. If not discharge today will likely transfer me out of icu. Everything is looking roses . Please thanks to all for their prayers and ohms.”
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“Today's update. Possibly home today with GI Dr approval. Hgb remains steady at 11 after 4 units of blood. They are attempting to wean me off the O2 and anti bleeding meds. Some pain but quite tolerable. They "banded" 4 bleeder culprits in my esophagus. Even the pooping is working. If not discharge today will likely transfer me out of icu. Everything is looking roses . Please thanks to all for their prayers and ohms.”
What a positive thinker she is! Lots off gentle hugs and warm prayers, Bev.

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