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Thread: Thursday #181 - Here's to good health!

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    Thursday #181 - Here's to good health!

    I just made some scrambled eggs, hashed browns, crisp bacon and some sausage too. The Mimosa's are ready to go on the bar with the freshly squeezed orange juice. I am going to work on the muffins and toast now.

    Here's to GOOD HEALTH! for every member of Pet Talk and their furkids!

    OOOPS, I forgot to make coffee - and I had better call Slick and remind her to bring more Bailey's. Boy, do we ever go through that stuff!

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    Oh oh, I heard the call. Can someone please take these bottles of Baileys and put them in the fridge?? Thanks. I'm not supposed to lift anything....like that will stop me.

    OK, something smells absolutely delicious and I'm heading over to the table to get me some breakfast. Thanks Gini.....it's just what the doctor ordered.

    Speaking of doctors......

    Patient: Doctor, Doctor, I broke my arm in two places!
    Doctor: Stay out of them places!

    OK, OK, it's the drugs I'm on. Yes, let's drink to good health for everyone and a speedy recovery for Phred and Jan.

    Mario, you look so cute in those scrubs. No no, if you want to take my temperature, the thermometer goes in my mouth not up my....
    Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, champagne in one hand and strawberries in the other, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and screaming WOO HOO - What a Ride!
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    The temps are falling and my arthritis is kicking into high gear!!! I want a hugh cherry vanilla coke PLEASE!!!

    Mario stop chasing slick with that thermometer!!!
    No matter what anyone does, someone some where will be offended some how!!!!
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    Mario, little man, come over here and sit down - yes, right here in front of me.

    Now here is a bowl of cherries for you - and you stay right in this seat and eat them - and no throwing the pits at Slick or Moff!

    I will take the thermometer back now - thank you.

    We don't call you a little monkey for nothing, do we?

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    The temps are falling? Where? Warm and sunny here in Sunny Cali! I'll have some of that brekkie for lunch.

    Going to take my driving test today. That's what happens when you .... ahem .... "mature" Can't see well enough to pass the vision test, so they take me on a ride. I'm sure I'll pass. The doc put me on some new eye drops and it's had an amazing result on my vision. I can see! I can see!

    I'm gearing up for my surgery next Friday, but let's not think about that for now.

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    Good Health....


    We don't really think about it when we have it...


    To all my friends in the PT world---

    Be well!

    Now what can I get everyone....the Mimosas and Bailey's are great but it's the P.M. now!!

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    Here's to good health and good outcomes for surgeries etc...

    I'll have another cup of Bourbon Street Vanilla Tea! Yummers! It's 42 here and WINDY...30-35 mph and it SNOWED today! YEAH!! The kids at school were freaking out...like they've never seen it before! ACK!


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    I'll have whatever the bartender is pouring as I'm more than a little bit miffed.

    Passed my driving test with one caveat - No night driving - I'm restricted to driving between sunrise and sunset only! I'm kinda pissed and upset. I commute to work; it's an 18-mile drive that can sometimes take an hour in bad traffic. Quitting time is 5:00 p.m. which, with winter looming can be past sunset! As it is I have to get up at 5:00 a.m. - I don't move too quick in in the a.m. - to leave by 7:30 to hit the road.

    I know management and the attorneys I work with don't want me to quit, so we're going to have to look at some finagling of my work hours - maybe no lunch hour during the winter months so I can leave while it's still legal for me to drive. Sheesh! This getting old(er) stuff sure ain't for sissies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedHedd

    Passed my driving test with one caveat - No night driving

    ... management and the attorneys I work with don't want me to quit,
    so we're going to have to look at some finagling of my work hours ...
    That kinda *sucks*!

    How about a Car Pool??
    Instead of swappin days, you could swap SEASONS.

    And I'd talk to your eye Doc - see what HE says about your night vision.
    A note from the Doc might help get you cleared again for 24 hour driving.

    Meanwhile - eat Carrots!
    Join me in a glass of "healthy" Carrot Juze ... and hopefully we'll find something to
    mix in with it to kill the taste!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Cinder & Smoke
    And I'd talk to your eye Doc - see what HE says about your night vision.
    A note from the Doc might help get you cleared again for 24 hour driving.

    Meanwhile - eat Carrots!
    Join me in a glass of "healthy" Carrot Juze ... and hopefully we'll find something to
    mix in with it to kill the taste!



    /s/ Bionic Boy
    Good idea! I WILL talk to my doc. I have an appointment in a couple of weeks anyway to check on my progress with the new drops. As for carrots, I DO eat them - have for years. It's cataracts and corneal scarring that's causing the problems. The doc hasn't said I need surgery yet, however she is watching me very carefully. Thanks for the suggestion.

    Little Ms. Mitzi Mitts
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    In memory of my beloved fur children, Goldie, Mishi and Mitzi.
    Rest in peace and play hard at the Rainbow Bridge.
    Goldie: 9/5/88 - 4/10/03
    Mishi: with us from 5/5/03 - 7/13/07
    Mitzi: with us from 4/19/03 - 1/23/10

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    Gini, that breakfast menu sounds fantastic.Could we maybe have the
    same again tomorrow morning? The roofers are coming to my house bright
    and early, so I'll be up for sure.

    LH, Prayers for Jen to have a complete & full recovery soon. I'm so sorry
    to hear what she had to go through.I won't even get started on surgeon's
    mistakes here, but I know, believe me, I know.

    Could I please have a coffe & baileys now?
    I've Been Boo'd

    I've been Frosted






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    Liz,

    One coffee and Bailey's, hold the partisan bickering for a while?

    DONE!

    To say we're a bit irritated with the surgeon, the hospital, and all associated systems would be an understatement.

    (the real joy is that I have to go in for surgery soon.............yep, I'm looking forward to that )

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    Okay, now I'm affraid that the men in the white coats are going to sneak into my house tonight and put me under the knife!!! I'm gettin on in years and haven't been cut open by the happy surgeons since 1994!!!

    I'm counting my blessings Knocking on wood~~~~

    I'll be up and ready for that breakfast tomorrow, forget the ol Cream of Wheat!!!

    Coffee? Doc says I am limited to only 2 cups per day, BUT, she never mentioned "No" Baileys"

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    Well I know my problems are no comparison for many of the others going through hard times BUT I need to have a drink to celebrate...... After 3 days I finally slept I took Advil PM and I went to bed last night at 11 pm and I woke up today at 1 pm LOL. it's so nice to feel.... normal again.

    HMMMMM I don't know what I should have to drink.


    Surprise me

    And of course a toast and well wishes to all who are under the weather.




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    I could use a nightcap before going to bed. A double BM please with the works including a celery stick, cherry tomato and prawn. Sparks, the only sleep enhancer I've come across is booze...although you don't want to make a habit of it. Congrats on the ZZZZZZ's. I hope to get some tonight.

    OMD...white coats.....keep me away. I've had my fill.
    Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, champagne in one hand and strawberries in the other, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and screaming WOO HOO - What a Ride!
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    --Polar Express

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