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« Reply #20 on: March 08, 2008, 11:49:21 AM »

Because I posted the link to the Mason Dixon thinggy and you acknowledged JP.  grin
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« Reply #21 on: March 08, 2008, 12:37:36 PM »

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Because I posted the link to the Mason Dixon thinggy and you acknowledged JP.

He did too....lol
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« Reply #22 on: March 08, 2008, 01:17:19 PM »

OOppssss........

My bad!!!!  embarassed I didn't even see that.  shocked Old age slipping up on me I guess.
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« Reply #23 on: March 08, 2008, 05:41:50 PM »

It's the line that divides the North from the South.Runs right below Pennsylvania, I believe.
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« Reply #24 on: March 08, 2008, 10:57:56 PM »

huh  Jerry, what, no attraction, he is a fun guy I love goshing with, I didn't understand why you said that  huh  Best of this beautiful day, love our life we live.  Cindi

Jerry, trust me there is certainly some kind of attraction, I think she's stalking me. Keeps telling me she wants to cook duck for me, with mashed potatoes and duck drippings, etc... I told her I might have taken her up on the offer if she made me dessert, but she says they don't eat dessert in Canada. Can you believe this? The horror, the horror!

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« Reply #25 on: March 08, 2008, 11:26:12 PM »

It was my mistake. I posted the same link you posted without seeing yours. I thought she was responding to my post and said JP.

I've really been kicking myself all day over that. She might not ever forgive me. 
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« Reply #26 on: March 08, 2008, 11:43:37 PM »

It was my mistake. I posted the same link you posted without seeing yours. I thought she was responding to my post and said JP.

I've really been kicking myself all day over that. She might not ever forgive me. 

I'm glad you said it Jerry. It gave me a reason to tease some more. Its all good man. Cindi has already forgiven you, I am sure.

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« Reply #27 on: March 09, 2008, 02:12:38 PM »

I must have really upset her. She hasn't posted or been seen since her last reply here.  Cry
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« Reply #28 on: March 09, 2008, 02:24:55 PM »

I must have really upset her. She hasn't posted or been seen since her last reply here.  Cry

Naw, she's just busy with the turkeys, chickens, flowers or bees. hmmm did I leave anything out, oh yeah, her husband, her children, grandchildren, dogs....Wait I left out the ducks! How could I do that!!! Unforgivable!!!

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« Reply #29 on: March 10, 2008, 12:25:32 AM »

Jerry, you are a sensitive man, I can feel that.  Funny how these things go, I actually saw JP's link to the MD line and yours was directly below his.  I responded to his because it came first, I am sorry that you, for that fleeting moment in time, thought that I was responding to your post and calling you his name.  That is not a good thing, to call someone by another's name.  You know what happened here, case of mistaken identity, hee, hee.  Nope Jerry, not annoyed, not anything, I can see where you were coming from though.  I feel badly that you lamented over this for so long, you must have felt badly, and that is not a good thing either.  There was and is nothing to forgive, you have done NOTHING wrong, be assured.  All is just fine, Jerry, you are my friend too.

I have been very busy with some stuff around here, too busy for words and my poor Husband.  Eeks!!!  He has had some terrible times the past two days, they say that things go in three, I surely do hope not.

To make two long stories really short, Friday my Husband was having some steak and eggs for breakfast.  I had said something to him that really peed him right off, (sometimes I don't know when to shut my mouth).  He proceeded to finish cooking his breakfast and a few minutes later came out to tell me that he had a piece of steak stuck in his esophagus, not his throat, he could still breath and talk, but he couldn't get anything to go down his lower part of the throat.  Eeeks!!!!  So I phoned the ambulance and they took him to the hospital.  I finished up getting all the kids out the door and then was preparing to go and meet him there.  He phoned and said that the meat had gone through, oh brother.  Thankin' my lucky stars that it wasn't in his throat whereby he couldn't breath. That turned out to be a good day.

Now today we were working together outside.  We had some metal roofing that he was putting up on something.  I was working out near the chickens.  Next thing I see my Husband walking towards me with his hand on top of his head.  He called me, and said that he might need stitches. Eeeks!!!  Here we go again.  I went to him and I could see blood running down the side of his face, really badly. I am calm when this type of injury and trauma occurs.  I told him to follow me quickly to the house, which we did.  I took him in the bathroom and had a cool cloth ready for when he removed his hand.  I looked briefly.  Yep, gonna need stiches.  I soaked a new and clean cloth with colloidal silver water and put that on the top of his head, briefly wiping the blood from his face and off to the care clinic we did go.

He had bumped his head on the end of one of the sheet metal when he had stood up after putting something down, he forgot how tall he is, I think he forgets this many times, hee, hee, he is always banging up his poor shaven head.  Eeeks.  He says that he needs to put a frame around the metal so this doesn't happen again......really I say?

The care clinic had no one there so he was attended to immediately.  Now in the room, the doctor took off the cloth and said, yep, gonna need stitches.  Now this is where I butt out.  I told the doctor that I would have to leave the room now or he would be looking after me too.  I told him I know what he is going to do, and this is the stuff that I cannot deal with, eeks!!!  needles, sewing up flesh, not for this girl, no way.  I left the room and awaited my Husband's return.

He had 9 stiches, the gash was kind of in the shape of an elongated U, kind of a flap, eeeks!!  this is almost making me sick, gross.  He is well, his head is sore and he is relaxing.  He has been snoozing off and on, I am working on my laptop, taking care of him by providing my  presence, to make him feel loved and cared for, he loves this when I just hang around him, it must bring him great comfort, he is very lightly snoring and he is healing.  The bandage the doctor put on his head was huge, it looked like he had open brain surgery or something like that (maybe he needs this, hee, hee, why else would he smack his head on that metal roofing?  Hmmm). I am now wondering if I should baby him tomorrow, so he doesn't go and hurt himself again, after choking on his food, I think I must have been such a bad girl and made him more teed of than he was letting on.

We are in daylight savings time now, as of last night, so I am a little up in the air with the time thing.  I will stay up a little bit later than I usually do because I have gained an hours sleep last night.  Have a beautiful and wonderful, safe day, great night.  Cindi
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« Reply #30 on: March 10, 2008, 04:51:26 AM »

Cindi, please give your husband our best, as we wish him a very speedy recovery. That is just terrible what happened, poor guy. I can appreciate the three thing rule, my wife and I are very familiar with that rule, in fact as some on the forums may know, I am recovering from a leg injury and to add to the pot, my lower back has been pretty bad the last two days, and yesterday I took about 20 stings, some to the face, that's three things! Anyway, wish you and your family the very best, take care of that guy!

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« Reply #31 on: March 10, 2008, 05:52:01 AM »

I responded to his because it came first, I am sorry that you, for that fleeting moment in time, thought that I was responding to your post and calling you his name.  That is not a good thing, to call someone by another's name.

No that part didn't bother me. I've seen it happen before, someone responding to a post and for some reason had someone else's name on their mind. I thought that could have been the reason you mentioned JP and I just had to make a smart A__ comment. (as a joke) Then you said what you said and bassman1977 pointed out that JP had posted what I did before I did and it crossed my mind that perhaps you took what I said the wrong way and got your feelings hurt. But water under the bridge  grin

Sorry to hear about the accidents with your hubby. Some times I think it is harder for us on the side lines than for the injured one. You story brought back a story that really haunts me. When one of my sons was about 13, or somewhere around that age, the ex-wife's big dog playfully jumped on him knocking him over backwards. He was on top of a storm cellar and the top of his head hit a metal vent that was sticking up. He got a U shaped flap of skin cut loose. For some reason I was the one that ended up taking him the the ER and staying with him while the doctor fixed him up. Not stitches but staples. Don't remember why the Ex didn't grab him up and go. but this was a huge chunk of scalp right on the top of the head and I could help but think what might have happened had he been a couple inches closer to the vent. Just sends shudders up the spine.

JP. The three things happening usually means progressively worse. If the sawing of the leg was the worse thing then you still got two coming for you. Watch out  shocked
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« Reply #32 on: March 10, 2008, 09:01:58 AM »

I just had to go back to the first of this to see what the topic was about to begin with. Shouldn't this have been moved to the coffee house a long time ago?
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« Reply #33 on: March 10, 2008, 09:38:29 AM »

Jerry, it probably will get moved to the coffee house, eventually, but by then the posts on the thread may end anyways, hee, hee.  I am glad that this little diddy was all sorted out, it was a complete misunderstanding.

Oh dear, you poor son, that was a lucky day for him, he could have been hurt so much more worse.  Thank goodness.  How children ever completely grow up is beyond me, the injuries that they sustain in the little lives is for the most part, unbelievable.

The third of two, wonder why that is so, with regard to things that go wrong, and they say it goes in threes.

Maybe it is that "law of attraction", but who in the blazes wants to attract the third one, but it seems to go that way.  I am keeping my Husband in that bubble for the next week, he can't get out, and will be safe and sound, hee, hee, have a beautifully wonderful day.  Cindi
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« Reply #34 on: March 11, 2008, 12:08:49 AM »

Cindi,
Give our best to your sweet husband. My wife and I will keep the poor guy in our prayers. God bless you and your husband. Take care of that guy will you. My wife is even looking at me with sympathy. So thank him for me for that will ya. I owe him a drink for that one. A bottle of Utah's best is on its way.
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« Reply #35 on: March 11, 2008, 12:16:50 AM »

My forum friends, thanks alot for all the best well wishes for my Husband.  I took a picture of his noggin today, but I can't look at the picture cause it is too gross, ugileeeeeee.  Thanks, ya'll have a wonderful night, and the best of a great day tomorrow.  Cindi
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« Reply #36 on: March 11, 2008, 12:33:42 AM »

Cindi,

Sorry I delayed in wishing your husband a speedy recovery. You truly have your hands full, and you are the person who can do all this work with the best of attitudes. I know you are very grateful for everything you have.

Take care of him and tell him to get better because you have to leave soon for that trip to Vegas. I sent you some info on Vegas, but I do not think you received this yet.

Stay peaceful and stay safe. Slow down!!!!!

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« Reply #37 on: March 11, 2008, 12:59:37 AM »

Annette, thankyou, but no apology required.  Guess what!!! Today I received your little package in the mail, I was thrilled half to death, I got it around 5:00 when I got back in the house, it had come late afternoon.  Thank you so much for the little note, the papers on Las Vegas and most of all that beautiful jar of honey.  Oh my word!!!  I tasted it (and so did my Husband), it is beautiful and holy smoking smokers!!!  It was so thick I couldn't believe it.  The taste was remarkable too.  I have never tasted a honey with a more discrete taste, it was beautiful, very, very light and wonderful flavour.  My honey is much lighter in colour and has quite a strong taste.  So it was a pleasure to taste something this mild, beautiful, and it was part of the last of this year's harvest.  Thank you girl, that made me feel very honoured that you gave me almost the last drop that you had in your possession, you are very gracious, nothing was expected from you, so this was very special to me.  It did take a long time, but it had to through customs, I am lucky that I got it, hee, hee, remember poor Brendhan and his issues with his honey gone astray, eeks, we are lucky women.  Have the most beautiful and wonderful day, love our lives.  Cindi
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« Reply #38 on: March 11, 2008, 03:34:14 PM »

Oh good Cindi, I am glad you like the honey. I was so surprised when I extracted it and it was so thick. The summer honey was totally different, very light color and thin textured.

I am working on another label, though. That one is my first try.

Enjoy Las Vegas

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« Reply #39 on: March 11, 2008, 06:51:53 PM »

Cindi, you sure do have your hands full! Hopefully your hubby will heal up no problem.  It so scary with head wounds, they bleed like the dickens so you have a hard time actually seeing whats happened!  Now he will have new scars to show!  Keep him well till your trip! Both of you are in our prayers.BTW I saw a license plate from BC at Costco today and thought of you! cheesy
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