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Old 11-13-2014, 02:45 AM   #21791
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I'm trying to figure out what to eat. My stomach is a bit sensitive, I can't just eat any old thing I feel like it, I have to sit and think about what my body feels like it needs and what my body feels like it would try to reject, which can be different every time.

Right now I'm thinking I could go something light with maybe bread and a fish meat of some kind with some spinnach and lettuce, but the smoked fish upsets my tummy and the rest is still frozen. Hmm... what to substitute...?
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Old 11-13-2014, 09:23 AM   #21792
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Addie, my hand held shower head is attached up where the original shower head was and you just unattach it to use it hand held. We usually just use it as a regular shower head except for when I had my surgery. Also, when DH had all that pain from his shingles he felt too weak to stand up so he used the shower chair and the hand held shower head.

Most of his pain from his shingles is gone, but I still see him rubbing his chest occasionally. If he puts his cell phone in his shirt pocket it starts to hurt after a while.

Katie
, that pin cushion is so cute! I have absolutely no imagination when it comes to thinking up things like that. Any time I tried making crafts the stuff looked like a kindergarten project. LOL Was that all glued together or did you keep the cup and saucer seperate?
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Old 11-13-2014, 09:33 AM   #21793
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Addie, my hand held shower head is attached up where the original shower head was and you just unattach it to use it hand held. We usually just use it as a regular shower head except for when I had my surgery. Also, when DH had all that pain from his shingles he felt too weak to stand up so he used the shower chair and the hand held shower head.

Most of his pain from his shingles is gone, but I still see him rubbing his chest occasionally. If he puts his cell phone in his shirt pocket it starts to hurt after a while.

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, that pin cushion is so cute! I have absolutely no imagination when it comes to thinking up things like that. Any time I tried making crafts the stuff looked like a kindergarten project. LOL Was that all glued together or did you keep the cup and saucer separate?
Carol no matter what I say, I can't convince The Pirate and Spike to get their anti shingles shot. They both have had the chicken pox twice and the second time for each of them was very severe. My daughter had her shot at the insistence of her oncologist. And of course Poo as a medical professional, made sure he got his. I got mine when I told my doctor that I have never had the chicken pox. Within five minutes, the nurse was at my side while I was talking to the doctor. I wish those two idiots sons of mine could see someone who has had or has shingles and see what they go through and how painful it is.

That spot on your husbands chest is going to be sensitive for a long time. He has my sympathy. I watched my second husband go through it. For a long time I couldn't return a hug.
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Old 11-13-2014, 10:31 AM   #21794
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Thanks for the angel Addie. He was busy on our drive through D.C.

K-girl, I'll see what I can do about pics.

And don't you all worry about tinlizzie and her cross stitch. I'm giving her a personal lesson next week. :-)
I truly believe that everyone has an angel watching over them. And if they don't then I am willing to share one for them.

I know that my daughter is looking down on her children and keeping them safe and on the right path.
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Old 11-13-2014, 10:37 AM   #21795
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Addie, it's been a great football weekend at Chez Goddess! Our OSU Buckeyes won 49-37. Then, to put the icing on the cake, the lowly New York Jets beat the Browns arch-rival, the Pittsburgh Steelers! For the first time in something like two decades, the Browns are leading their division. So THIS is what it's like to be a Patriot's fan? I'm not used to my football team winning. I sure wish pac was coming around though. We could celebrate together! Miss the guy...
CG, Spike has been following the placements of where the teams stand. He mentioned that Buckeyes were usually not in the running for anything. I told him that we have a member from Cleveland and he did say that she has something to celebrate and look forward to.
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Old 11-13-2014, 10:56 AM   #21796
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Babysitting a pot of roasted turkey bones as they simmer away giving up their delicious goodness to the surrounding liquid so I can make Thanksgiving goodies that are unparalleled.
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Old 11-13-2014, 11:04 AM   #21797
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Babysitting a pot of roasted turkey bones as they simmer away giving up their delicious goodness to the surrounding liquid so I can make Thanksgiving goodies that are unparalleled.
I can smell it all the way to here. Moisture for the stuffing, stock for the gravy, oh dear. I need to stop.
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I can smell it all the way to here. Moisture for the stuffing, stock for the gravy, oh dear. I need to stop.
...and to make the pilaf. My family has always had pilaf as the starch for Thanksgiving dinner. I use the turkey stock to make it.

In my whole life, I have had exactly one Thanksgiving without pilaf. That was when a long gone girlfriend cooked Thanksgiving dinner for me. There was plenty of other stuff to make up for it.
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...and to make the pilaf. My family has always had pilaf as the starch for Thanksgiving dinner. I use the turkey stock to make it.

In my whole life, I have had exactly one Thanksgiving without pilaf. That was when a long gone girlfriend cooked Thanksgiving dinner for me. There was plenty of other stuff to make up for it.
Certain foods are as much of a tradition as the holiday itself.
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I always use turkey stock to make my rice, well now brown rice thanks to the diabetes. It tastes fabulous!
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