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Old 12-15-2013, 01:19 PM   #15591
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I built little three legged stools and took them to the doc in a specimen cup. That was when I had colitis so bad. When the appointment was over, the nurse asked me what I told him, she had never heard him laugh so hard or loud. He still has the "stool sample" on a shelf in the exam room.
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Old 12-15-2013, 01:23 PM   #15592
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I built little three legged stools and took them to the doc in a specimen cup. That was when I had colitis so bad. When the appointment was over, the nurse asked me what I told him, she had never heard him laugh so hard or loud. He still has the "stool sample" on a shelf in the exam room.
OMG, that's hilarious! I may do that for my next GI appointment!
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Old 12-15-2013, 01:29 PM   #15593
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OMG, that's hilarious! I may do that for my next GI appointment!
I got the wooden parts from the hardware store and "stained" them with a brown marker.
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Old 12-15-2013, 01:30 PM   #15594
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I built little three legged stools and took them to the doc in a specimen cup. That was when I had colitis so bad. When the appointment was over, the nurse asked me what I told him, she had never heard him laugh so hard or loud. He still has the "stool sample" on a shelf in the exam room.
I just love folks with a macabre sense of humor. It is always the least expected.
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Old 12-15-2013, 03:25 PM   #15595
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Pac, I'm sorry to hear that you have to keep digging out, but I am jealous that we didn't get a big snow. I love snow around the holidays. But then I am not the one who has to clean the driveway......
You got hit a couple weeks ago when it missed us. It's making up for it now.
I think there was one recent winter we got snow on all but three days. Then again, there was one where I only had to clear the drive three times. Bitter cold that year.
I'm hoping it will lighten up for 2014. Seeing as how it arrived early this year.
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Old 12-15-2013, 03:51 PM   #15596
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Got the niece's and nephew's Christmas presents bought and shipped, thank you, Amazon Prime!

My niece just turned 6, and for her birthday I sent her a couple of Monster High dolls, which is what I would want at her age. Actually, I would like them at my age as well, they're really cool. Her mom said they were Niece's favorite presents, and totally set the bar! I thought, great! Now I know what to get Niece for Christmas! My SIL, the Princess, then emails me back saying, oh no, no more, they're way too old for her!

I almost got her a couple more Monster High dolls for Christmas anyway. Ended up with Brave's Merida doll and DVD, and got a really nice music set for baby nephew, that includes a xylophone, drum set, and other really noisy things
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Old 12-15-2013, 04:55 PM   #15597
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I built little three legged stools and took them to the doc in a specimen cup. That was when I had colitis so bad. When the appointment was over, the nurse asked me what I told him, she had never heard him laugh so hard or loud. He still has the "stool sample" on a shelf in the exam room.
Got to love Nurse Humor!
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Old 12-15-2013, 04:56 PM   #15598
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...My SIL, the Princess, then emails me back saying, oh no, no more, they're way too old for her! ... Ended up with Brave's Merida doll and DVD, and got a really nice music set for baby nephew, that includes a xylophone, drum set, and other really noisy things
Devious! I LOVE it! Paybacks are...well, you know.
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Old 12-15-2013, 05:13 PM   #15599
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I built little three legged stools and took them to the doc in a specimen cup. That was when I had colitis so bad. When the appointment was over, the nurse asked me what I told him, she had never heard him laugh so hard or loud. He still has the "stool sample" on a shelf in the exam room.
Oh my goodness! This is one of the funniest things I have ever heard!

I told DH when he phoned on his break that I am not feeling well and not to expect much done when he gets home. He said that was okay and he would pick up Chinese food on his way home.

I have cleaned the bathroom, changed the sheets, am doing laundry, cleaning the kitchen and dining room and working on my last Christmas present I am making.

How is a person who can barely walk sometimes and has chronic fatigue syndrome and a kidney infection doing all that? My awesome friend and neighbour is helping me because I look after her daughter sometimes. It is a win win situation big time!
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+1! Too cute!
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