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Old 12-16-2012, 01:46 PM   #7571
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I am watching football waiting for my pickled beans and cauliflower to cool.
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Old 12-16-2012, 01:54 PM   #7572
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Everytime I see furbaby with a collar on, I want to rip it off. I equate it with wearing that dang neck collar the medics put on you in an accident.
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Old 12-16-2012, 02:01 PM   #7573
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Everytime I see furbaby with a collar on, I want to rip it off. I equate it with wearing that dang neck collar the medics put on you in an accident.
Addie, I want to cry every moment I see him in it...which is constant as he doesn't want to leave my side. However, his eyes are so raw and I have to wait to get him into the vet until tomorrow afternoon. With the collar off he is rubbing his eyes and making them much worse. So I have to keep telling myself it is for his own good....unfortunately he can't understand that.
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I am watching football waiting for my pickled beans and cauliflower to cool.
Yum, two of my favourite veggies pickled!
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Old 12-16-2012, 02:04 PM   #7575
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I think the pickling marinade would make a good wing sauce if reduced
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BTW, what is wrong with your dog, allergies? Give him some benedryl.
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Old 12-16-2012, 02:14 PM   #7577
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Kind of a slow, meandering kind of day today. Just folded and put away a load of laundry, filled the crock-pot with yummies for our evening meal, and am now sitting with ice on my knee.

The knee/leg/foot are still a bit swollen and ice helps and does make it feel better. I still feel as though I'm bruised severely even though there is no more bruising evident.

I've been doing a little extra each day in my home therapy because I want to get a "good grade" from my doc when I see him on Thursday. I hope (read that intend) to achieve his requirement of 124 degrees flex by then, in spite of the fact that my insurance company has denied any further out-patient physical therapy. Friday was my last official out-patient therapy at the area facility.

While I'm sitting with my leg up I need to do some organizing on the computer and some important emailing, so I'd best get busy. Time's a wastin'!
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Old 12-16-2012, 02:22 PM   #7578
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I am watching football waiting for my pickled beans and cauliflower to cool.
Cool Can't wait to hear what you think of them.

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I think the pickling marinade would make a good wing sauce if reduced
That's a GREAT idea! Now I want to make some. Haven't had them for a while.
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Old 12-16-2012, 02:24 PM   #7579
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We finished our Christmas shopping for the kids today. I'm getting ready to wrap the presents and DH will take them to the post office tomorrow. I'm also going to finish my recipe calendar now and get it uploaded. Should be delivered Wednesday.
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BTW, what is wrong with your dog, allergies? Give him some benedryl.
He is allergic to something in the new food the vet gave him to lose weight. We caught it in the ears and were able to clean them and keep it at bay. He is back on his old food and doing better. However, he was in need of a cut but we had to find a new groomer that would look after him like the previous one (he has some trust issues because his first groomings were traumatic - before we got him). It wasn't until she clipped around the eyes we all realized how bad they were and he has been rubbing and scratching them making them worse.

I don't want to give him benedryl because I want to make sure there is no infection (which I am sure there is) and also I am actually allergic to benedryl (you can laugh, every health professional does until they see me react) so it is not my go to solution. I am keeping them clean and we will go to the vet asap.
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