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Mother-in-law updates and many thanks.
The Interventionist (person who inserts stints) has reviewed the angiogram films and one artery can be stinted, but it will be difficult and require at least 3 stints. Also, it is the other 2 that caused the heart attack, and they are not candi... Read more
Thank you everyone
Thank you all my spark friends for the goodies and well wishes for my MIL. She is resting comfortably right now, but the surgeon thinks the recovery from by-pass may be too much for her right now. They will try a stint in one artery and meds t... Read more
More adventures, camping
Yesterday we got home from a camping trip with the grands. It was the usual adventure for us. DH and I took the RV Thursday so we could get a good spot on the lake, but near the bath house (the boys are 6 and 3). We got a great spot, but the ... Read more
The Laws of Ultimate Reality
Here is another goodie from my dad.
THE LAWS OF ULTIMATE REALITY
& Law of Mechanical Repair
After your hands become coated with grease, your nose will begin to itch and you'll have to pee.
& Law of Gravity
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2010 Tennessee Tandem Rally
We are home safe and sound. We had some great, if difficult rides around Franklin. There are some really nice hills, and many gravely places that are being repaired due to all the flooding. Traffic was very light and drivers were all very kin... Read more
Alabama's Magnificant Bike Adventure (AMBA)
DH and I managed to get away for a couple of days and ride 2 days in Auburn with AMBA. We rode 40 miles on Tues and Wed. Wed had some (as a friend puts it) opportunities, AKA hills. Over 2,400 ft climbing in 40 miles may not seem like much fo... Read more
Bob cats and lizards and snakes, oh my.
Before he went to work yesterday, DH and I got out yesterday and did an 11 mile mountain bike ride in an area we haven't ridden in a long time. I was a wild life kind of day, should have been tipped of by all the buzzards that kept circling. W... Read more
Could You Have Passed the 8th Grade in 1895? ...Take a Look:
I have received this as an e-mail several times. Thought I would share it with all of you and see how you would do.
This is the eighth-grade final exam from 1895 from Salina, KS. USA.
It was taken from the original document on file at ... Read more
Mother's Day Weekend
I took the grands and youngest daughter and went to my parent's for the weekend. We all had a great time.
Pawpaw did some work in the garden
We picked strawberries ... Read more
The tree people came this morning and removed our poor tree the lightening got, and one that was just dying. Took most of the morning to get the trees down, limbed, and trunks loaded. We opted to clean up the limbs and debris ourselves. We ar... Read more
25 miles, 12 tons, and finished fence
This morning was such a beautiful one. Nice and cool, crystal blue sky, nice breeze. We decided to get a bike ride in early and had a fabulous easy 25 miles. By the time we got back (1 hr and 45 minutes later) it was 87. Ok , that wasn't bad... Read more
The grands spent the night again last night. Today was Kids Workshop at Home Depot, so we did that first. Today was plant stands for Mother's Day.
Then we went home ... Read more
End of another month
April is gone, 1/3 of 2010 is gone. Time certainly is flying by. We did manage to get some things done in the yard today. The split rail fencing came in and DH got 2 sections put up, I got some weeding done, limbs picked up (our trees should ... Read more
Just some updates
Went to the orthodontist yesterday. Got new stiffer wire, 3 steel ties, upper chain (6-6), and rubber bands again. Haven't been able to eat a lot today, that may be good. But then my entire head has hurt all day, too.
We loaded up the ... Read more
Back to the scene ...
DH and I had a little time to ride today before he had to go to work. We took the mountain tandem back to the scene of the busted hub and bike portage. Just had to try it again, but this time we did it in the opposite direction. No problems t... Read more