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Old 12-06-2019, 01:30 PM   #83707
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Has anyone had lazer repair work done on a Cataract?
Did it wok or was it not all as claimed?


I had lazer a year after my cataract was removed to zap the scar tissue.... that worked
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Old 12-06-2019, 06:36 PM   #83708
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Hi all !!!,

Well I hope y'all had a wonderful Thanksgiving we sure did, I have a knee brace for my right knee and I've completed my PT so now we will get ready for Christmas , the tree is up, and gifts have been sent to Michigan and delivered early in AZ , and we will be here till April 1st just relaxing and planning where the heck we will go next. I'm not sure if we will get to Yuma this year but we haven't vetoed it either. Anyway the ohms generator runs and is steady for anyone needing them, we are so thankful for each of you ....

Cheers !!!
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We finally got our tree up , a touch late but up none the less ....Click image for larger version

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Lexi?, I guess Wayne you'll have to change your Alexa wake word.

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We already tested Lexi with Alexa and if the "a" are not there Alexa doesn't respond.

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I’m confident that Lexi will have you trained real quick
Dave, that will be no different than any other dog we have owned. There are only a few brief times when we did not have animals. Once was when I was in VN for 13 months.

When we check into a CG and the ask if we have pets, we say "We are the pets, the dog is the master."

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Personally, the day before up and the day after down is great for me. However, Earlene has other ideas except when to take it down. So, Bah Humbug!
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Old 12-07-2019, 03:28 PM   #83711
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Funny tree story. Marys youngest sister had just gotten married and they were living in her dads old farm house. Parents were living in a house in LR which is where we celebrated Christmas. The sister, the new bride, volunteered her new hubby to go out on the farm and cut a Christmas tree to bring in to here parents house.

It was a fine tree, great shape strong and tall. About 12 ft tall and the house had 8 ft ceilings. Simple problem theyll just cut 4 feet off, easy fix. Problem was new hubby for some reason cut the top 4 feet off. Everyone laughed, he got mad, what great memories . Another BIL came to rescue. He cut 4 feet off bottom, then used bailing wire to attach the original top back on tree!

New hubby lasted a few years but couldnt take any ribbing so he stayed clear of most of us other BILs.
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That is darn right sinful. He shuld-a used duck tape.
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That is darn right sinful. He shuld-a used duck tape.
Sena says Bah Humbug to quacking tape. Use Gorilla Tape! It's make by some of her simple minded kinfolks - you know, those huge chest beaters.
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The only problem with that would be keeping the top hydrated, I bet lots of needles fell of in the house ...
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Funny tree story. Marys youngest sister had just gotten married and they were living in her dads old farm house. Parents were living in a house in LR which is where we celebrated Christmas. The sister, the new bride, volunteered her new hubby to go out on the farm and cut a Christmas tree to bring in to here parents house.

It was a fine tree, great shape strong and tall. About 12 ft tall and the house had 8 ft ceilings. Simple problem theyll just cut 4 feet off, easy fix. Problem was new hubby for some reason cut the top 4 feet off. Everyone laughed, he got mad, what great memories . Another BIL came to rescue. He cut 4 feet off bottom, then used bailing wire to attach the original top back on tree!

New hubby lasted a few years but couldnt take any ribbing so he stayed clear of most of us other BILs.
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Let there be light!

Connie now has a framed door opening and the living room window area has been cut out. The 11x8 living room has a standard size front door and a 6x4 bank of windows.

We are saving all of the cutouts to make security shutters for when we head north for the summer. The living room window shutter will have to be cut into 2 pieces. Its too heavy for Bob and I to lift. The door shutter will also be heavy, but it only needs to be lifted 6. I can do that with a board and a fulcrum. Eventually there will be a screen porch on the front of the house with a deck and it will only need to be raised about 2. The other 2 windows in the kitchen and bedroom will be tiny in comparison - 3x3 and 18x5
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Ugh, couldn't make heads or tails out of it!
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Wow !!! Y'all are doing incredible things !!!
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Connie now has a framed door opening and the living room window area has been cut out. The 11x8 living room has a standard size front door and a 6x4 bank of windows.



We are saving all of the cutouts to make security shutters for when we head north for the summer. The living room window shutter will have to be cut into 2 pieces. Its too heavy for Bob and I to lift. The door shutter will also be heavy, but it only needs to be lifted 6. I can do that with a board and a fulcrum. Eventually there will be a screen porch on the front of the house with a deck and it will only need to be raised about 2. The other 2 windows in the kitchen and bedroom will be tiny in comparison - 3x3 and 18x5


Awesome.....
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Looked like Bob was ready to fall on his head.


Looking good - the work that is.
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Barb, the pictures make me wish even more that we were there to help. Looking good and the process is clear. Have fun.
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