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Old 01-27-2013, 01:15 AM   #841
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Okay, okay Nebo, so I took a little creative license with how often I thought about you yesterday. It's similar to what you do with sentence structure, spelling, and all other elements of the English language.

I really thought of you 999,999 times.

I was afraid that you would experience a lot of soreness today. I really hope that gets better for you soon. I will be glad to send you some ramen noodles and macaroni and cheese. For you, I will even splurge and buy the little containers of Velveeta mac and cheese instead of the Kraft cheese "sand" option. The Kraft variety tastes fine, but you deserve Velveeta after what you have been through. Yeesh, I really hope and pray you have some non-drama soon!

My worst non cleaning dental experience was my first at the age of 6. I had a tooth pulled and because my mouth was numb, I couldn't feel that I was biting my tongue. It was pretty bad, I had gauze for the hole in my gum and much more gauze for the wound on my tongue. I put a very literal twist on that whole "bite your tongue" phrase.

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Old 01-27-2013, 01:26 AM   #842
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I can't beleive I missed our anniversary!!!! yesterday ,k friday, jan 25 was 2 years smoke free!!!!

yay! I am so proud of us!!! and so happy for us!!! I never really imagined we would do it. I pictured us being smokers for the rest of our lives. I will NEVER go back!!! (we can't anyway, we can only afford ne or the other, smoking, or trips to disney!)
Congratulations Nebo and Smidgy! Two years is a terrific milestone!
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Old 01-27-2013, 02:07 AM   #843
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Okay, okay Nebo, so I took a little creative license with how often I thought about you yesterday. It's similar to what you do with sentence structure, spelling, and all other elements of the English language.

I really thought of you 999,999 times.

I was afraid that you would experience a lot of soreness today. I really hope that gets better for you soon. I will be glad to send you some ramen noodles and macaroni and cheese. For you, I will even splurge and buy the little containers of Velveeta mac and cheese instead of the Kraft cheese "sand" option. The Kraft variety tastes fine, but you deserve Velveeta after what you have been through. Yeesh, I really hope and pray you have some non-drama soon!
no worry, dee. I made sure he was taken care of. I made sure he had macaroni salad (his favorite), and cottage cheese,(which he loves) and apple sauce. plenty of ramen soup, as well as various others.

made sure I bought plenty of pudding snacks (both choc. and vanilla) and bought his favorite, French vanilla Ice cream. I made him mac and cheese.( he loves the Kraft mac and cheese)

I put some noodly hamburger helper in a bowl for him to heat up, and made sure thatthat, with all the other
"easy to chew" stuff was towards the front of the fridge, where he could see it easily. I put the ramen soup package in a bowl, with the spoon, out for him, so he woudn't have to search for it, a s well as a bowl for the ice cream, with a spoon and the ice cream scoop, and chocolate syrup,to make it very easy for him. I also offerred to make him scrambled eggs before I left.
wish I could have stayed home with him to help him out, but, alas I had to work last night. and tonight. but tomorrow I will make another easy to eat dish for him, spaghetti.

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no worry, dee. I made sure he was taken care of. I made sure he had macaroni salad (his favorite), and cottage cheese,(which he loves) and apple sauce. plenty of ramen soup, as well as various others.

made sure I bought plenty of pudding snacks (both choc. and vanilla) and bought his favorite, French vanilla Ice cream. I made him mac and cheese.( he loves the Kraft mac and cheese)

I put some noodly hamburger helper in a bowl for him to heat up, and made sure thatthat, with all the other
"easy to chew" stuff was towards the front of the fridge, where he could see it easily. I put the ramen soup package in a bowl, with the spoon, out for him, so he woudn't have to search for it, a s well as a bowl for the ice cream, with a spoon and the ice cream scoop, and chocolate syrup,to make it very easy for him. I also offerred to make him scrambled eggs before I left.
wish I could have stayed home with him to help him out, but, alas I had to work last night. and tonight. but tomorrow I will make another easy to eat dish for him, spaghetti.
You are a great person and wife - another reason Nebo married you twice !

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I can't beleive I missed our anniversary!!!! yesterday ,k friday, jan 25 was 2 years smoke free!!!!
Way to go! Smoke-free is the way to be. ;-)
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I can't beleive I missed our anniversary!!!! yesterday ,k friday, jan 25 was 2 years smoke free!!!!

yay! I am so proud of us!!! and so happy for us!!! I never really imagined we would do it. I pictured us being smokers for the rest of our lives. I will NEVER go back!!! (we can't anyway, we can only afford ne or the other, smoking, or trips to disney!)
Yeah baby,, I say we pick up a carton and celebrate!

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Old 01-27-2013, 04:17 PM   #847
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no worry, dee. I made sure he was taken care of. I made sure he had macaroni salad (his favorite), and cottage cheese,(which he loves) and apple sauce. plenty of ramen soup, as well as various others.

made sure I bought plenty of pudding snacks (both choc. and vanilla) and bought his favorite, French vanilla Ice cream. I made him mac and cheese.( he loves the Kraft mac and cheese)

I put some noodly hamburger helper in a bowl for him to heat up, and made sure thatthat, with all the other
"easy to chew" stuff was towards the front of the fridge, where he could see it easily. I put the ramen soup package in a bowl, with the spoon, out for him, so he woudn't have to search for it, a s well as a bowl for the ice cream, with a spoon and the ice cream scoop, and chocolate syrup,to make it very easy for him. I also offerred to make him scrambled eggs before I left.
wish I could have stayed home with him to help him out, but, alas I had to work last night. and tonight. but tomorrow I will make another easy to eat dish for him, spaghetti.
Smidgy, all of these meals sound great to me! You are so sweet and thoughtful in your care of Nebo. I know where to visit if I ever need to be taken care of!

Oldest DD loves ramen noodles, I keep a supply of them handy. I've thought about investigating stock options for them!

And don't worry too much about having to work while he's recovering. You did so much by leaving the food so handy for him. I'm sure he would rather your days off be for Disney trips!

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I came here for a smile and once again you delivered. My day yesterday was I don't even have the words. A little boy had to be taken by ambulance from my classroom.

At the end of the day he had a seizure. One of those sit and stare kinds. I was trying to talk with him and his eyes were moving and lips were moving but he wasn't being responsive. Long story short he had a history but we were not told nor did parents list his condition on his emergency card.

SMH!

All I know he is stable and the hospital kept him over night for observation.

I cant stop replaying those last 20 minutes of the day.

Sidenote: hey hockey fans I have a friend whose son plays for the pros but in their minor leagues. He was just picked up by Scotland to play overseas; what does that mean for his career and how does that help him?
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Uh oh, I feel a Dr. Frankenstein schtick coming on.
Either that or the birth of another Kardashian!
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My first thought was,, "who goes to the airport to buy life insurance? DOH!
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Was that were you had this person on the phone at your complete mercy begging you to no hang up on them again when they are rude?
Yes,,, I remember,,,,
everything,,,, mbwahaha
Yes it was.
Ya know... you're kinda scary.

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You're saying she goes on the stringer with the other bullheads? I MEAN Blue Gills,,,yeah, blue gills,,, oh, crappie,, I did it again, now she'll go back to that piano tuna again, but even though I lobster before, I flounder and I can do it again, so I'm not goiing to go into a state of shark. Ok, time to cut the carp.
Oh my cod. That was eely bad. I sea what you're trying to do but I'm not going to take the bait.

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If he's still only 19 or 20,,, I'd say it's an excellent career move for him,,,many players come from over there.
I don't know for sure whether it's an excellent move or not, but my gut tells me that it would be.

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Starting about 5 days in.... Low fever (attributed to the existing infection), red face and swollen lip (attributed to the steam inhaler that was supposed to help the congestion and cough), bit of a rash around lip and upper chest (attributed to Vicks vapo-rub), worse cough and difficulty breathing (attributed to weak lungs and the respiratory infection just not getting better), difficulty sleeping (attributed to the continuous coughing fits and congestion that would not go away), until finally the rash showed up all over.
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a two foot hunk of gauze sticking out of my mouth. (yes,, I know it was only one foot yesterday,,, in five years from now it will be 6 foot).
I had a hunk of gauze that was this big.

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I can't beleive I missed our anniversary!!!! yesterday ,k friday, jan 25 was 2 years smoke free!!!!
Hey! That's great you guys. Way to go!

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My worst non cleaning dental experience was my first at the age of 6. I had a tooth pulled and because my mouth was numb, I couldn't feel that I was biting my tongue. It was pretty bad, I had gauze for the hole in my gum and much more gauze for the wound on my tongue. I put a very literal twist on that whole "bite your tongue" phrase.
Talk about adding insult to injury!

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no worry, dee. I made sure he was taken care of. I made sure he had macaroni salad (his favorite), and cottage cheese,(which he loves) and apple sauce. plenty of ramen soup, as well as various others.

made sure I bought plenty of pudding snacks (both choc. and vanilla) and bought his favorite, French vanilla Ice cream. I made him mac and cheese.( he loves the Kraft mac and cheese)

I put some noodly hamburger helper in a bowl for him to heat up, and made sure thatthat, with all the other
"easy to chew" stuff was towards the front of the fridge, where he could see it easily. I put the ramen soup package in a bowl, with the spoon, out for him, so he woudn't have to search for it, a s well as a bowl for the ice cream, with a spoon and the ice cream scoop, and chocolate syrup,to make it very easy for him. I also offerred to make him scrambled eggs before I left.
wish I could have stayed home with him to help him out, but, alas I had to work last night. and tonight. but tomorrow I will make another easy to eat dish for him, spaghetti.
ummm.... could you come over to my house next?
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Good news, I'm finally working on a new chapter again.
Wish I could remember what it was about though.
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Good news, I'm finally working on a new chapter again.
Wish I could remember what it was about though.
Chapter? Oh, I remember. You were talking about grocery stores and your inability to do simple math.
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The dentist took your tooth - not your mind ?
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Chapter? Oh, I remember. You were talking about grocery stores and your inability to do simple math.
Oh yes, thank you for reminding me of my stupidity. You rank right up there with the voice in my car that says,,,"The door is ajar,,, the door is ajar."
Yes,,, that is helpfull also..

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The dentist took your tooth - not your mind ?
Whoa, even you,, an underhanded, behind the back stab you don't see coming?
Well done! Keep it up!
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Oh yes, thank you for reminding me of my stupidity. You rank right up there with the voice in my car that says,,,"The door is ajar,,, the door is ajar."
Yes,,, that is helpfull also..

I thought the door was a door? It's a jar? That's just... odd.

Whoa, even you,, an underhanded, behind the back stab you don't see coming?
Well done! Keep it up!
I saw that. Brought a tear to my eye.
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Yeah baby,, I say we pick up a carton and celebrate!
Smidgy, please, allow me. . . ummmm NO!

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Chapter? Oh, I remember. You were talking about grocery stores and your inability to do simple math.


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Yes,,, that is helpfull also..



Whoa, even you,, an underhanded, behind the back stab you don't see coming?
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I saw that. Brought a tear to my eye.
Computer: $200; Internet access: $19.95/mo.; Busting a gut laughing and the antics of Nebo and Ponzi: PRICELESS!!!
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Computer: $200; Internet access: $19.95/mo.; Busting a gut laughing and the antics of Nebo and Ponzi: PRICELESS!!!
Just what I was thinking.

We may never get a chapter at this rate....
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