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    Good morning everyone.

    Hoping we get a little bit of the rain heading this way. Next chance is next week.

    Pretty caught up on the yard work so today's plan is to run some errands in town.

    Yesterday I discovered we have new critters in the pond. Two geese with four goslings showed up.

    So far the dogs have left them alone and they stay on the other side of the pond from us.
    Taking the easy way is what makes rivers and men crooked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmichael View Post
    What part of pa or md you going to be in maybe a few of us could get together for lunch or dinner somewhere

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    I forgot to take the time to thank everyone for their well wishes and prayers. This means so much to me - like I have a huge group of friends behind me helping to push me along.

    Mrs. C is being adamant about doing her exercises and she will be with her therapy. We will find out tomorrow what days next week she has to go and those appointments take precedence over everything else. Still have a follow up appointment with the surgeon and one with her regular doc but those will be worked in around the therapy. Therapy comes first.

    I am beat - the last 2 days are catching up with me. I was at the pharmacy waiting for her prescription - only 5 minutes - and fell asleep until they called her name. Everything is caught up for today so a couple naps are in store for this afternoon.

    What a great group we have here - thank you all so much! This is hopefully going to be a huge life changing transition for us. I am just hoping her sciatic nerve thing doesn’t come back - if so she could actually be totally pain free for the first time in over 10 years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Morning all. Getting the permanent tooth crown put on this morning, may as well I already got the bill.
    My sympathies!
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    Good morning all,

    Another beautiful day here in central Ohio. Heading to 74° this afternoon.

    Ended up getting a lot accomplished yesterday even though I thought it would be too wet. It wasn't, so I helped my neighbor move a bunch of wood from their driveway to their fire pit using my tractor bucket. They had a new wooden front porch built and the contractor left the old one for them to dispose of. Then I proceeded to mow the lawn and moved a bunch more dirt to the front yard. It's a little slow going because the dirt piles have a lot of roots in it, left behind from the pine tree removal. Every few buckets, I have to stop and sift out the roots.

    After about a dozen or so buckets, I used my box blade to knock things down and smooth it out. Many more buckets to go over the next few days, as long as the weather holds out.

    After the tractor was put away, I started a bonfire and enjoyed the fruits of my labor.

    The 11:00 o'clock morning news is over, so it's time to have at it again. Life is good spending time on a green machine.

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    Mrs. CT, as far as physical therapy is concerned, after consulting with your therapist, set yourself a realistic goal that you would like to reach, and don't get discouraged. Your mental health and attitude is equally important for your physical recovery. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OxPath View Post
    I hope you slept with your clothes on.
    Nope just had to get moving, buddy coming to help me with a couple project at my Mom’s house this morning. He’s an early riser and a get going guy. Had to buy him breakfast then of to get supplements we needed. Job done and list getting smaller at her house. Don’t know when I had time to work


    Coaltrain good news glad she’ll making progress.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pappa View Post
    My sympathies!
    Oooh, the pain. I can't handle the pain!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdforever View Post
    Oooh, the pain. I can't handle the pain!
    Giz is an inspiration to us that have a low pain tolerance. I like a lot of nuts in my brittle BTW! Sorry about the no nuts thing OC and how did Diane break the story anyhow?
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    Quote Originally Posted by etcallhome View Post
    Good morning, 41° but going for a high near 70° , highs have only been in high 50° for past 2-3 days.

    OC sorry for your loss.

    DR mentioned to the wife about how many cats you had inside.. "Wow , wonder how many litter boxes you would need for that many cats" she asked.

    Since no rain today, heading to Morgantown to mow this morning.

    Big Jim ,,, sounds like a good trip.

    Later
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    Note to self: Don't let Herminator pick the lunch spot. He enjoys going to restaurants that serve Devil Burgers.


    Good Morning Citizens. Day two of my "Wizardry and Wonderment of Land Surveying" lesson at the school. Yesterday I only put 2 kids to sleep, Mrs. CP said that was pretty good. Today we're going to measure the baseball field. They will take the numbers I give them and use their old school geometry to do some calculations.

    Wrapped up my last big acreage survey yesterday. I only had to survey the better part of 75 acres to set stakes and mark 450' of line.


    Enjoy your day folks....hey it's Hump Day!
    Were the two who went to sleep your boys?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pappa View Post
    My sympathies!
    Yup, poor ole boy will wake up with a *head in a vise* headache after the procedure and won't know why, a true tragedy.
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