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Old 09-26-2012, 10:25 PM   #491
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Hi, Babe! I'm so happy you are doing better! Hugs!
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Old 09-27-2012, 07:50 AM   #492
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Howdy do, Babe. I was just wondering what sort of crafty things you might be doing to keep your hands busy -- knitting? tatting? sewing? maybe just "gathering steam" and ideas for your next project...

Enquiring minds (aka nosy folks) are all ears.
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Old 09-27-2012, 05:16 PM   #493
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hoping for a fast recovery andy. i am hanging in and getting better. focus is still not good but i think some of that are the drugs. we are cutting back on the day one and so far that is o.k. the night ones put me to sleep so no flashbacks or panic attacks then
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just to see your name here makes me smile and feel good. Keep healing sweetie, we all miss and love you.
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Old 09-27-2012, 05:59 PM   #494
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Howdy do, Babe. I was just wondering what sort of crafty things you might be doing to keep your hands busy -- knitting? tatting? sewing? maybe just "gathering steam" and ideas for your next project...

Enquiring minds (aka nosy folks) are all ears.

mostly i have been knitting an Afghan for my oldest granddaughter. have an idea for redoing a bookcase.

one more pile for the vietnam vets. is in the works.

trying to figure a way to come up with co-pay for eye surgery. problem is pills make it hard for me to stay focused for very long. thanks for your concern.
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Old 09-27-2012, 06:58 PM   #495
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Glad to see you back, Babe!
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Old 09-27-2012, 07:22 PM   #496
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mostly i have been knitting an Afghan for my oldest granddaughter. have an idea for redoing a bookcase.

one more pile for the vietnam vets. is in the works.

trying to figure a way to come up with co-pay for eye surgery. problem is pills make it hard for me to stay focused for very long. thanks for your concern.
Bless you Babe. I am praying for your eye surgery. Hope you are able to get it done soon.
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Old 09-29-2012, 01:11 PM   #497
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So glad to hear you're doing better Babe...


I'll be MIA for a while.

We are flying to Boston tomorrow to join a tour group called "New England Fall Foliage by Rail". featuring four daylight trains and staying in local hotels throughout NE at night. I'm really looking forward to seeing pretty fall colors as the only sign of Fall here is the occasional dried up palm frond flying through the air with the notorious Santa Ana winds that show up this time of year.
I was last in New England just two weeks after 9/11 and it was sure a scary time to be flying.
Hold down the fort friends (say that three times fast) and happy cooking!
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Old 09-29-2012, 01:55 PM   #498
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So glad to hear you're doing better Babe...


I'll be MIA for a while.

We are flying to Boston tomorrow to join a tour group called "New England Fall Foliage by Rail". featuring four daylight trains and staying in local hotels throughout NE at night. I'm really looking forward to seeing pretty fall colors as the only sign of Fall here is the occasional dried up palm frond flying through the air with the notorious Santa Ana winds that show up this time of year.
I was last in New England just two weeks after 9/11 and it was sure a scary time to be flying.
Hold down the fort friends (say that three times fast) and happy cooking!
Right now the folliage is at its peak in Northern NH and Vermont. I personally think Vermont has the most breathtaking folliage. For New Hampshire, the White Mountains have a beauty of their very own. The busiest time for leaf peeping is the first two weeks of October. The weekend of Columbus Day holiday is the busiest of all. So you are really going to get to see some beautiful sights. Welcome to New England in all her glory!
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Old 09-29-2012, 02:07 PM   #499
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Old 09-29-2012, 02:25 PM   #500
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Trees are just beginning to turn here, esp the maples. They need a frosty night to really change colors....like this one here.

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