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Old 06-05-2019, 08:39 AM
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Re: **Daily Wash Wednesday 5th June 2019**

A good Wednesday to all.......more rain today, will have to find something to do inside.

Between the cortisone shot and the alternating cold and heat treatments, Lisa's hip seems to be responding. Pain levels and the lock up spasms are subsiding. The trochanter bursitis is an old condition for her and was probably aggravated by surgery.......years of working unruly 2 year old colts left their mark.

On the financial front...the bank called and still doesn't know why their bill payment system changed the $50 payment (which it confirmed) to a $5000 payment.....just the second Monday of the week thing I guess.

Lulu....sorry, the porn comment I think was Uschi's issue.....I don't know, I'm doing good to remember what day of the week it is......someone give me a hint.....

Saw on one of my feeds that Charles Reid (watercolor artist/teacher extraordinary) passed away over the weekend.......the man welded the brush like a magic wand. Have a couple of his books.

Cats are gathering and plotting.......time to get the morning moving. Greetings to all here and to come.......may your day be interesting.

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Old 06-05-2019, 10:48 AM
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Re: **Daily Wash Wednesday 5th June 2019**

Good morning. Rain is forecast for today due to a cold front from the west and the low in the Gulf that is trying to form. I woke up at 6 a.m. and stayed up. Tonight I will be tired and will get a few hours sleep before we have to leave at 5 am to get the medical center for my lower-back shot.

Geoff, Fingers are crossed that it was the timing of your medications that was waking you up.

Annie, So glad that your finger is healing nicely. I saw that you had a snowfall in the tropics. Mother Nature is so confused right now.

JJ, Who knew a cutting machine could make such wonderful things that would take hours by hand. Symbicort quickly cleared up my lungs without need for an antibiotic.

Anita, It is so much fun coming up with an idea for a mini, and watching it go from imagination to real.

Bill, You have a noisy coffee maker, I have a noisy ice maker. I am sure I just woke up John when I got my glass of filtered ice water from the refrigerator.

Uschi, Good morning. Glad you are taking your time with your cleaning.

Ellen, I already had to move a plant from a pot to the garden it grew so fast. Hope your summer finally arrives.

Char, Your life is as exciting as mine. We were able to get our airline reservations for October on sale yesterday. So, our trip to Vegas will be paid for before we get there. That is exciting. We are also arriving just in time to check into our room, so we don’t have to kill six hours.

Steve, At least the bank is acknowledging their mistake. Two years ago, we had the same issue with the IRS. That took a few months with lots of crying to get reversed.

Today, is going to be a fun day. I designed a few things last night that need to be cut out and assembled. The hardest will be the mini geraniums. John will be visiting with his family tonight.

Have a great day!
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Re: **Daily Wash Wednesday 5th June 2019**

Overcast here, not quite raining yet.....but very mild so I don't mind. I'm getting very poor sprouting of my beans, and could see no sign of the first planting when I dug around a bit. So planted again to give the 6 that did start some company.

Probably have rotted, Char, it's been pretty miserable for sure. I had a drive in the country yesterday, the farmer's fields look pretty barren, but some seem to at least been able to plow, hope they were able to seed too. Love your little racoon baby!

Lunch with a friend today, and many chores that got left by the wayside the last few weeks.

What a lovely surprise, Lulu!

Hope you get that tangle sorted Steve, it's really been a difficult spring for you and Lisa. Good that she is responding to treatment. Interesting days can be a mixed blessing

Greetings to all!

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Re: **Daily Wash Wednesday 5th June 2019**

Howdy all! Today kicks off a couple of overcast days here. I'm enjoying it since next week is looking to be all 80s which means the house will be awfully hot and uncomfortable.

Geoff, 5 hours is an improvement, but I hope as your body adjusts that that number goes UP some more! A good start.

Annie, glad your finger is healing.

JJ, JJ, JJ. Char has good advice, PLEASE do a bit of reading on Symbicort. It is most definitely NOT a substitute for a rescue inhaler and probably the first hit you'll get in a general search will say that (Symbicort puts it in BOLD LETTERS on all their info) - I wonder what the heck your doctor is thinking to tell you that it is the same?! Is it really that new in Australia? It was introduced for asthma here in the US in 2006 and approved for COPD in 2009 (and the US is not exactly known for forward-thinking with drug approvals). On the rescue inhaler front, I pay $60-90 each for Ventolin. The rescue inhalers APPROVED by most insurance companies here at the lower co-pay level are Proventil and ProAir - both of which have ethanol in the propellant. Some people can't use those because ethanol violates their religious beliefs (as a type of alcohol), but for many of us, it actually acts as a constrictor thus making those two brands of rescue inhaler rather....counter productive. I don't have to use a rescue inhaler often, but when I need it, it needs to WORK. (sorry to go on about this - I actually had to take documentation TO MY DOCTOR to explain the propellant info in order to get a prescription written that specified the Ventolin brand since the others don't work for me). Sounds like you might need to print out some info on Symbicort to educate your doctor a bit! (doctors ARE human - the good ones are willing to learn from pro-active patients IMO)

JJ, you reminded me on the farmer's market front. Our first local (here in town) FM is tomorrow from 3-7pm. I'm looking forward to heading down after work and sure hope all the local farmers participate! I'm still waiting for local strawberries to come in so I can kick off jam operations.

I'm glad Lisa's hip is improving Steve!

When you make something as tiny as geraniums Nancy, do you do all the painting first, then cut them out?

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Nope, I cut therm out first, and then either paint or use Crayola markers which are waterproof without the smell. Then I take them off the sheet. I have three different projects going on right now.
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Nope, I cut therm out first, and then either paint or use Crayola markers which are waterproof without the smell. Then I take them off the sheet. I have three different projects going on right now.




Definitely VERY detailed work! I'm looking forward to the photos when you have the geraniums done
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Re: **Daily Wash Wednesday 5th June 2019**

Hi Everyone

Since I detest ironing and it is just starting to pour rain I just ran out to the line and hung up all of my cotton and linen shirts, to get all of the wrinkles out!

Thanks again to everyone for the birthday wishes!

Darla so sorry to hear about your son's dog!

JJ I also detest clothes shopping, but like to shop for art supplies, fabric, wool,hats, and food! I still make a lot of my own clothes!

Steve glad to hear that Lisa seems to be recovering and sorry to hear about the bank mixup

Monet, my poodle gave this cake for my birthday!


Smokey, the cat gave me this Rose!


Thoughtful animals!

Uschi you are so right, I was just thinking about my 40th birthday while I was in Switzerland, with my son, and my sister and brother in law, and we had a wonderful time!

Have a great one!
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