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Old 03-15-2018, 09:12 PM   #74649
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Dang nab it! Every one stop getting sick, hurt or relatives sick or hurt,

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Just got home, BIL doing as good as you can for someone that's only had crushed ice over the past several days. Still unsure of the problem but now suspecting scare tissue in small intestine from previous surgery causing a blockage. Tomorrow more test.
The man has scare tissue? 😲 I'd be scared, too! 🤤

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Old 03-16-2018, 04:33 AM   #74652
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ER's et al

Thanks to all for Ohms and Prayers!
Just happy to be alive.
That was some scary ****!
So happy to be home.
Apparently a new roomie moved in while I was gone.
He woke me up wiggling away on the sticky pad with peanut butter.
Another trap set for his pal too.
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Old 03-16-2018, 04:42 AM   #74653
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Thanks to all for Ohms and Prayers!

Just happy to be alive.

That was some scary ****!

So happy to be home.

Apparently a new roomie moved in while I was gone.

He woke me up wiggling away on the sticky pad with peanut butter.

Another trap set for his pal too.



Super news! We're glad you're home too!

Apparently your new roomie wasn't so pleased.
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Old 03-16-2018, 06:56 AM   #74654
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The man has scare tissue? 😲 I'd be scared, too! 🤤

Nope, Tim, ya cain't git away wit nuthin!

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Old 03-16-2018, 10:26 AM   #74655
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Tim, I'm nominating you for the tile of RVM homonym king.
I second the nomination! Tim for RVM Homonym King!

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We spent all afternoon at the local ER yesterday, not nearly so long as Tim, but long enough. It was apparently a false alarm, sort of. Now, a false alarm is okay, but I'm not entirely convinced they've got it right. In any case, that daily mile awaits!
Yeah, I completely understand about being unconvinced they got it right. Over my lifetime there have been a number of standout times when doctors made the wrong diagnosis, or shrugged and made no diagnosis at all. It's why I'm a believer for doing my own advocating and research on stuff. Sometimes you have to convince a doc that they are wrong. Not an easy thing to do.

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Between Barb and Wayne I can't get away with nuttin.
BAHAHAHA. Oh you thought you'd actually be able to get away with something??? With *this* group?

Scar tissue in your BIL's intestines causing a blockage. Oh dear. Praying he's still got good blood flow in there and they don't have to remove any slinky hose.

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And the list grows...
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And grows and grows...

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Ohmmmmmmms to ∞ for everyone in need. It's hard to tell, but that's the sign for infinity.

I'm still in Little Rock, but enjoyed my trip to Mt Home. A little chilly though, but good test run for my van. Got up and down those big hills pretty good.
I forgot to give you guys the brochures from the HUB when we met.
Here's the web address.


arhub.org

My son and I are there now. He's using a new pocket hole jig he bought. Another guy is working on a walnut table. You can weld stuff here too.
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Ohmmmmmmms to ∞ for everyone in need. It's hard to tell, but that's the sign for infinity.

I'm still in Little Rock, but enjoyed my trip to Mt Home. A little chilly though, but good test run for my van. Got up and down those big hills pretty good.
I forgot to give you guys the brochures from the HUB when we met.
Here's the web address.


arhub.org

My son and I are there now. He's using a new pocket hole jig he bought. Another guy is working on a walnut table. You can weld stuff here too.

Carol you might tell your son to pass along to anyone interested that I have two Walnut trees they can have if they will come and cut them. They are in a pasture and easy to get to and limbs can be piled nearby on a burn pile. For those that are crafty the wood would be great. For me they just drop Walnuts all over the place. A nuisance!
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It was GRAND!.....
Nifty, to borrow a word!

Speaking of something being grand, there is a Casa Grande Museum in town. Have you been through that one? We've been through the Ruins & it's museum, and assume there will be some overlap.
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Old 03-16-2018, 09:35 PM   #74662
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Carol you might tell your son to pass along to anyone interested that I have two Walnut trees they can have if they will come and cut them. They are in a pasture and easy to get to and limbs can be piled nearby on a burn pile. For those that are crafty the wood would be great. For me they just drop Walnuts all over the place. A nuisance!
Tim how big are the walnut trees? If they're tall and straight and are 16 inches or more across at chest level you can sell 'em. You may be surprised at what they're worth especially if they are of veneer quality. The buyers who deal in that business will come in and cut them down and haul away for you, usually cash in advance. I just did that last fall with some aged out walnut on my farm.
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