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Old 12-19-2014, 08:08 PM   #22021
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Reading back several pages...I carry a type written list of my meds in my wallet. You never know when you might be hit by a bus. It's with my drivers license if they need to know who I am.

Katie, I sure hope you take some pictures for us of those adorable doll beds!

Cheryl, did you love "Hundred Yard Journey" as much as I did?

I'm sitting here with a glass of wine smelling broccoli soup on the stove.
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Old 12-19-2014, 08:39 PM   #22022
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Reading back several pages...I carry a type written list of my meds in my wallet. You never know when you might be hit by a bus. It's with my drivers license if they need to know who I am.

Katie, I sure hope you take some pictures for us of those adorable doll beds!

Cheryl, did you love "Hundred Yard Journey" as much as I did?

I'm sitting here with a glass of wine smelling broccoli soup on the stove.
Yes, when I print out my med list I make one copy reduced in size and slide that into my wallet. I also have a Medic Alert pendant I wear out of the house, it is registered online and has a PIN number so my entire health history can be accessed by EMT's, the hospital, etc.
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Old 12-19-2014, 08:49 PM   #22023
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Grandma would get her divinity out of her extra freezer. It tasted like sweetened dust, and was probably 8 years old!

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There was a lady in my hometown named Dot, she made the best divinity that I've ever eaten, I'm not sure what she did to it, but it was perfect! My mom used to bring me some when she'd come to visit. Dot was always excited to make a batch just for me! I also to this day use her sugar cookie recipe, that lady was a wiz in the kitchen.
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Old 12-19-2014, 09:08 PM   #22024
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Yes, when I print out my med list I make one copy reduced in size and slide that into my wallet. I also have a Medic Alert pendant I wear out of the house, it is registered online and has a PIN number so my entire health history can be accessed by EMT's, the hospital, etc.
Yes, I think everyone should carry a list of meds in the wallet! It's just so easy to do. Thank you God, I don't have huge health issues, but if I did, I'd bet my life on a Medic Alert pendant..done deal! No excuses.
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Old 12-19-2014, 09:10 PM   #22025
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Katie, I sure hope you take some pictures for us of those adorable doll beds!
Let me see...

Dust ruffles finished - check!
Mattresses made - check!
Blankets cut and bound - check!
Pillows done, complete with ruffled edges - check!
Beds painted and names applied to headboards - check!

The only thing left to do now is to give the beds a couple coats of heavy-duty clear finish to protect the paint and to make them a bit more durable.

And, yes, I do plan to take some photos, if for no other reason than to remind me how much fun I've been having putting these little toys together.

I'm almost disappointed they're done. That's how much of a good time I've been having designing and creating.

Not to worry, though, I have several American Girl doll outfits ready to sew tomorrow. I can't wait. I'll have to "sleep fast" tonight.
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Old 12-19-2014, 09:18 PM   #22026
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Yes, I think everyone should carry a list of meds in the wallet! It's just so easy to do. Thank you God, I don't have huge health issues, but if I did, I'd bet my life on a Medic Alert pendant..done deal! No excuses.

Yup. Wish Mom had listened to me.
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Old 12-19-2014, 09:18 PM   #22027
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ok, it's a promise that we'll get to see those beds Katie!!?? I need to be inspired for next Christmas with my new little grand daughter who came home from the hospital on Christmas Eve last year. She was born two months early, but Cheyenne will be two next year!
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I'm doing all the laundry before we leave for OH (just finishing load number six!), changed sheets, and made soup for supper. Still have to wash the pot and stick blender, then we'll "practice" making Painkiller drinks again. Still trying to duplicate the one we had at Bahama Breeze last month. Getting closhe....*hic*
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I really wanted to have a drink tonight, but I am just wiped out and hurt all over. I'm going to take cold medicine and head for bed early.
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Drat. Will pour you a virtual shot of really good tequilla, PF. Feel better soon!
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