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5/25/15 11:10 A

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Hi my kawan-kawan. Hope you all had a good weekend.

Happy Memorial Day to all of you. It's all such a wonderful coincidence that we each had family members in the Armed Forces. My late father was in the Indian Army during World War 2 in the signals corp and my husband went to university on an army scholarship and had to serve the army in the education sector for 9 years. No one in my family spent as much time as you Chuck serving the country. For that, I salute you.

Kathy, good luck to Rob and I hope he gets the job as well.

The weather in your part of the country, Pat and Kathy, seems to be getting more civilised these days so I am happy for both of you. It also seems to me that you may be headed for some heat very soon so bring on the sunblock and stuff.

My trainer increased the weights and intensity in one of my routines...so I am back on the path towards assassinating him...again...

Have a good week everybody. Beeeeeg Hugs, Prema

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5/24/15 10:15 P

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Kathy, I also had a brother in Vietnam. He was in the army. I remember having a countdown calendar on our wall showing the number of days left. He has since passed.
I hope Rob can get this new job that he interviewed for.

Hi Prema.

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My brothers served in Viet Nam--one in the Air Force, one in the Navy. My dad was in the Army during WWII. Thank you, Chuck!!

Grass and weeds in the backyard are alive and well...and long. Every day, rain. Me, I've been painting my bedroom, which involves moving things around. I get side-tracked and start cleaning as I go. It just makes things take longer. Yesterday my shredder bit the dust!!

Shockersmom, I live in Haysville,KS. You may be the "baby" in the group, but I have to claim the old prize--turning 70 in July.

Rob interviewed with a company in Kerrville,TX. That's about 600 miles from here, but I think it would be an opportunity for him to have a fresh start. Hopefully, it works out for him. I hope Amtrak runs that way.

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5/24/15 5:17 P

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Thank you Pat....I spent 28 years in the Navy and retired from it about 12 years ago. Don't miss it at all but I feel privileged to have served for so long. Would I do it again, I'm not sure. I think everyone should serve at least six months outside this country so they could see how fortunate they are. Happy Memorial day to all the veterans who served this country. Your time, service and sacrifice are appreciated.

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Chucky, I think I remember you saying that you were in the military. If so, I thank you for your service and hope you enjoy your Memorial holiday.

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We went to the pool today, it was a toasty 86*.

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5/24/15 8:12 A

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Pat and Prema you're right....too many fast food joints in this country. The buffet type places are getting fewer and fewer. The one thing that always amazed me when I was in South America was the number of buffet places that you could find and were cheap. In Rio eight dollars would get you all you could eat and drink......If I lived there I would need a wheelbarrow to haul my fanny back and forth...lol.

Prema .....Jasper is pretty much the same as your dog....If you walk him to far in the heat he will just lay down in the shade and quit. One day I carried him to the water front and threw him in just to cool him off.

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Prema, you are right, pizza and burgers are a staple here in the USA. You can't pass a corner without bumping into some fast food restaurant, most with drive thrus, making it easier to be lazy and obese.

Chucky, we have all of those pizza places, but my favorite is a local joint called Anges.

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5/22/15 6:14 A

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Hi everyone.

Welcome SHOCKERSMUM. This is a small group of people all of whom, except me, are located in America. I am from Malaysia and my biggest reason these days to get on SP every day is this little group that has been such a wonderful support. You are the "spring chicken" in our group as I think you are the youngest among all of us...just turning 50, huh? Keep going! emoticon

Kathy, I think any lady who can stretch her limited resources to feed everyone under her roof is the real Masterchef! Between you and me, we can possibly convert Pat to a foodie without her even knowing about it!! She will thank us, won't she? Profusely, I bet!! By the way, I agree with Pat...you would have definitely worked off all the calories!

Pat, one of 13 children! My mum was one of 10 children! you are soooo right! No one would have noticed her and your mum transponding themselves to the other family! I cannot believe that you were only able to indulge in pizza after you left home...in Malaysia, when you say American staple food, it's almost always burgers and pizza that come to mind. And both of these are big hits with kids and adults alike.

Truthfully Chuck, we do not have any other pizza chain except Domino's and Pizza Hut so I do not know any of the others you mentioned. But I do like pizza when it is well made and our Pizza Hut produces lousy pizza. By the way, my dog, a cocker spaniel,also does not like to walk long distances and since everyone is too lazy to take him out, I end up taking him for a mile-long walk after dinner at least 4 to 6 days a week. He enjoys this but if I wanted to do a km more, he stops and just sits on the pavement...so I have no choice but to turn to home!

The weekend is here. Have a good one, my kawan-kawan.

Beeeeeg Hugs, Prema

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5/21/15 7:16 P

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Welcome to Sparkpeople Shockersmom....and Friends Motivating Friends. You can do it...I'm down 100 pounds and you can achieve your goals too if you want it bad enough.....good luck.

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Pizza yum, yum.....I could eat it seven days a week. We eat Al's pizza down here and nothing else. It runs circles around Domino's, Pizza Hut, Papa Johns CiCi's, or Little Caesar's.....

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5/21/15 7:11 P

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Prema....Jasper is doing fine now. He doesn't like to go on long walks so I keep it fairly short for him and usually at night when it is cooler. The wife took him out yesterday during the middle of the day when I was out running......his tongue was dragging and I really felt bad for him as he wasn't used to the heat. Right now the grand kids have arrived and he's hiding under my desk between my leg's....he's so brave. Have a safe trip.....

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5/21/15 7:06 P

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Thanks Pat....gas furnace. I've heard of those things...lol. Everything down here is electric. All things considered our electric bill is not that bad. Last month it was unusually low, it only cost us 68.00 dollars for the entire month....I couldn't hardly believe it. I told the wife to hurry up and pay the bill before they found out they made a mistake......

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Shockermom. welcome to this site. We are a small group but we get along like life long buddies. My name is Pat and I live in Ohio. I have 2 grown daughters and 2 grandsons that I watch while mom and dad are at work. I'm 60 years old and enjoy zumba and swimming.

Kathy, I hope you can get to the backyard soon so that you can enjoy the Memorial Day weekend without any chores.

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Shockersmom, would that be Wichita Shockers? If so, I'm close! At any rate, welcome to this message board. We aren't young, but we're committed!!

Prema, I'd like to think the backyard would get mowed after Nolan leaves today, but the clouds are heavy and more rain could be on the way. I planted a couple of boxwood shrubs yesterday by the patio. I have a couple more that I bought at half price, but I need to clear some other plants in order to do that.

Food choices when I was at home were limited. My mom was a good cook and made the best with what we had, but we didn't have a lot. One of my favorites was pinto beans and fried bread. If unexpected company showed up, Mom was able tho make what we had stretch to feed extra. I love to try new recipes; heck, I love to sit and read cookbooks!!

Sweet dreams!
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Hi, I am new to Spark and turn 50 on Monday. I know that this is going to be an uphill battle but I am determined to start the second have of this century with a bang! New goals ... New image ... New habits ... New me.
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Kathy, I'm sure your mowing made up for the additional calories you consumed at dinner. I hope the night was grand.

Prema, your mum could have been my mother's sister, being one of thirteen kids, nobody would have noticed a 14th. LOL My biggest change when I was out of the house was pizza. My mother never liked it and we never had it.

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Thank you everyone for the education on air-conditioning in America vs air-conditioning in Malaysia.

Chucky, you may not have any musical talent but I give you 10/10 for your perseverance in losing weight. By the way, how is your dog (Jasper, right?) doing? Was he also able to lose weight? emoticon . By the way, Happy Belated birthday to your 20-year old...hope you like his girlfriend...

Pat, your mother and my mum must have been sisters! My mum was just as boring as your mum and when I was growing up, she made the same stuff for breakfast - chicken burger on white bread and for lunch, it was the same steamed fish and rice every day of the week except weekends. Till now, I rarely, if ever, eat burgers and I cannot stomach that particular fish any more. I discovered a love of food when I was about 18 or 19 and by that time, my mum had retired and so there was a slightly better menu. Also, eating out in Malaysia is cheap and my friends by then, had introduced me to Chinese delicacies etc etc. My love affair with food continues to this day.

Kathy, I see that you are now back to mowing...which means that the legs are feeling better and you are no longer unwell. Right?? Hope Stella's school program went off without a hitch.

I am off to Singapore tomorrow. Speak to you again on Friday.

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I managed to get the front and side yards mowed before it started to rain. Stella's school program was this evening and then my son asked me to join them for dinner at Granite City. I should still be okay on calories for the day..hope so anyway.

It's late and I'm bushed.

See you tomorrow.

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Chucky, they changed out the furnace too and had to put in vents into the wall in the furnace/laundry room because it's a gas furnace and needed to be vented. It was a lot of work and we had 2 guys too. Happy birthday to your son.

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Today's my youngest birthday he's turning 20 yr old. We're taking him and his girlfriend out tonight to where ever he chooses.....Hope that's not a mistake...lol. Now if I could only get him to move out.....just kidding. I'll have to run again tonight to make up for what I'm about to eat but still for that I am grateful.....have a great evening ladies.

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5/19/15 11:10 A

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Prema I don't think I inherited any of his talents. As Pat said i couldn't carry a tune in a bucket. I tried when I was younger to play the guitar but I just never had the knack for it and give it up. They say talent like my dad's sometimes skips a generation and it looks like it definitely skipped me.

As far as the A/C goes I'm talking about a central air unit. If you live in Florida you're crazy not to have one. Smaller a/c units for individual rooms are okay but not practical down here as it's so hot and humid.

The weight was lost by starting out walking only.....up until I got down into the 220's that is where I seemed to level out. After that I started running more and continued to lose down to the 190's. I do have two or three free weights i keep in the garage but other than that along with a change in diet that's all I've done and continue to do.



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Pat when they did ours they completely replaced the central air unit outside, the air handler in the garage and the lines that ran under the garage between the two units. Two guys worked on it and it only took them about three hours to get it done. Sounds like you're one of those singers that i tell not to give up their day job...lol. Have a good one.

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Kathy, I agree, central air is the best. When I lived in NY it wasn't necessary. Just a window unit in the bedroom and fans in the living room.

Prema, my mother served the same foods all the time growing up. Never anything adventurous. I guess that is how I grew up.

Hi Chucky.

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Hi Pat. You have no idea what a good thing you have by not being a foodie. I am very certain that all my food sins of the past will visit me once I hit menopause and I will have to retire from my foodie lifestyle. In Malaysia,most people do not eat to live. We live to eat. And in the food department, I am a true Malaysian...no fast food, will travel stooopid distances to eat something special, can manage breakfast, lunch, tea, dinner and supper on my cheat days, etc etc...you get the picture?

Anyway, excited to hear about a zumba class minus the jumping - keep us posted about this one.

Hi Kathy. So you now have a good eating plan for the week. Let me know when you recover enough to add an exercise program too. You heard right, Kathy. The problem of these migrants or Rohingyas has been around from the late 80s; it's just that the governments of all the ASEAN nations decided that it was Myanmar's problem not theirs. So everyone swept the problems under a carpet and when the carpet rose 6 feet above the ground with all the muck, it finally collapsed and that too, when it was discovered that there were some Thais and possibly Malaysians involved in human trafficking of the Rohingyas and Bangladeshis. It's very inhumane of the Malaysian government to turn away the migrants knowing fully well that there wasn't enough food and water for the adults and the children on board. There is a huge public outcry at the incompetence of our leaders to handle this situation and by the same token, a huge outcry from the citizens of the other countries of their own leaders who are trying to wash their hands off the problem.

God has to intervene, somehow!!

Beeeeeeeg Hugs, Prema

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I just took my spinach quiche out of the oven, so I won't be on here long.

I've done a good job planning my eating this past week. I'll freeze what's left of the quiche and be able to work it into future menus.

Growing up in Colorado, we always had the evaporative units. We had one in our living room. With the humidity here, that just wouldn't work very well. I really enjoy my central air!!

Prema, I just heard on the news that Malaysia has an influx of migrants from Burma. How is your government dealing with this?

Have a blessed day!
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Prema, this is a central heating and cooling system that requires a new heat pump and furnace. Individual room air conditioners don't really cost that much, but without the upgraded system, they would not have heat this coming winter. I'm glad you got to experience a gourmet chef meal. I'm not much into fancy foods and probably would not have tried anything new. As luck may have it, I ran into my zumba instructor yesterday when I was at the pool. She had a class yesterday at the rec center which is next to the pool. She told me she just got certified for zumba gold which is for older people and does not have the jumping and bone crushing moves as the regular class. She will let me know when she gets a class started up.

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5/18/15 3:02 A

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When you install an air-conditioner, are you talking about a central unit or a unit in each of the areas where you would like the air to be cooler? Like a 1.5 or 2 HP in a bedroom? You pay a lot for these units in America, don't you? I suppose it's cos the demand is low for air-conditioning. In Malaysia, almost everyone has air-conditioners in the house as the weather is just too hot!

Chucky, your father was a multi-talented man and am sure that you have inherited some of his musical talent. Why don't you and Kathy set yourselves a challenge this month and get some lessons going? I am sure you will surprise yourselves. I can also go for lessons but there is a high probability that the music teacher may pay me a lot of money to back away from either singing or playing a musical instrument!

Pat, everyone appreciated the evening and the food. It seems to me that nowadays people appreciate home-cooked food more than eating out except of course, if it's cooked by the likes of Wolfgang Puck or Michael Symon etc etc. There was once a function in Singapore where Daniel Boulud, a world famous chef, was invited to cook and I was one of the lucky ones who was invited to join the feast. I made sure I had something light throughout the day and wore an outfit that had some "space". Smartest move ever! One of the best meals I have ever eaten and this genius made it look so effortless...I had the biggest smile on my face and I will one day, learn to cook like this man!!

Trainer increased the weights today. I grumbled loudly but only once. And God must have taken pity on me as I completed all the sets. Pat, do your knees look like they can give you a date as to when you can start zumba? And Kathy, what about your legs? Chucky, did you lose all the weight through walking or did you actually sign up to join a gym?

Have a good week, guys!

Beeeeeeeeg Hugs, Prema

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Prema, singing in the car when I am alone is my favorite place to sing and it's everyone else's favorite place for me to sing too. I hope the food you prepared was appreciated for your mum's guests.

Chucky. our house is small, so when we needed new air, it wasn't too expensive. We don't cool the lower level because it's not used much and is cooler down there usually. My daughter has about double the space that needs to be done. The contractors will be there tomorrow at 9:00. Hopefully it's not an 8 hour job.

Donovan wants to go to the pool today after lacrosse. I'm not sure the weather is going to hold up though.

Two more weeks until vacation.

We did make it to the pool today for 2 hours.



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I never learned to play an instrument but always wished I had taken the time. My dad played the Mandolin, guitar, banjo, harmonica and the piano. I never learned until later in life that he played the piano. The other instruments I heard many times as child growing up as we used to go to our cousins house in the big town of Millersburg, Illinois. My cousins and dad would play into the early morning hours sitting in a circle in the kitchen and playing whatever everyone agreed upon. It was usually something country or bluegrass.......

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Pat that's pretty reasonable....I neglected to say that we also had two new A/C runs added into two different bedrooms. They were always hot in the summer and you just couldn't get them cooled down. My new A/C is a York......we looked at several and settled on this one. Some of the units we looked at were over 7000 dollars.

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Pat, I can sooooo relate toyou. My friends, or so-called friends, will pay me money NOT to karaoke with them when the microphone gets passed around. My Dhivia is a nightingale and can go through 8 octaves...I have given her strict instructions to lie and say that she got the talent from me when her audience comprises people who do not know me. My Vishal unfortunately, has 2 left feet and is tone-deaf...like his mum. And I agree with you. I love to sing too, so I do this in the car when I am driving alone and when I am in the bathroom. In these 2 places, Mariah Carey would lose to my talent!!!

Kathy, it's a shame about your voice. But I am sure you are musically inclined. Please find someone who can teach you the piano...I guarantee that this will be much more fun than moving furniture or mowing lawns...given your strong learning mentality, I think you should just proceed. They even have playing by ear these days and I am certain that your piano is just waiting for your Chopin fingers to move over them. And with your Pat playing beside you, you will have a wonderful band in your house...guess what that will do to your kids!!

I am about to cook dinner for 4 of my mum's relatives from India. My mum goes through a flutter and a panic if she has to do anything more than prepare a cup of tea for her guests and I usually come to the rescue. So, let's hope these people will like my food...

Have a great Sunday, my kawan-kawan.

Chucky, how has your Sunday been so far?

Beeeeeg hugs to all, Prema

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Kathy, I'm sorry you lost your voice and your love of singing. I can't carry a tune in a bucket. Nobody in my family can sing or play an instrument. You are lucky to have a love for the piano even if you aren't the best. I love singing, it's everyone that doesn't like to hear me sing. lol

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I sang for years--school choirs, church choirs, weddings, funerals. I discovered that I had chemical allergies when they put new carpeting in the church; unfortunately, the chemicals in fabrics, new fabrics, caused me to lose my voice. The biggest culprits were formalin and red food dye. Most fragrances were also an issue, and that took me out of choirs. At the time, my sister Evelyn managed a Cloth World store, and I couldn't visit her store without losing my voice. At 40 I decided I wanted to learn to play the piano...then the divorce, the move to Kansas, and lack of time caused that to come to an end. I still practice from time to time, but I really never got to the place that I'd really claim to "play." I'd love nothing more than to know the piano was really being played.

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Kathy, too bad they don't have room for the piano.



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I told my son they could have the piano, but they really don't have room for it. He played clarinet, and I'm glad she's interested. Kids who play musical instruments are usually better students. I didn't play an instrument, and I was still a good student. I did sing--not sure that counts.

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Kathy, that's great.



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Stella's is taking piano lessons through her school. She brings her book and practices at my house. They have a keyboard at their house that she practices on.

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Prema, at least cartoons are much more educational these days. They do math, shapes and good deeds. Davis counts to 13, knows most colors and shapes.

Kathy, will the kids learn to play the piano?

Chucky, we have a Trane a/c and furnace being installed next Monday. The total price will be $5290 including install, permits and haul away. Pretty reasonable.

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This morning's news reports that the Marine helicopter that disappeared in Nepal, carrying its pilot (a local high school coach called back into service), crew and two Nepalese has been found. Not all the bodies have been found.

Pray for their families.

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I had furnace/AC replaced in 2003 for $3500 (1500 sq.ft.home). Can anyone say, "INFLATION"? I needed to do it prior to my retirement just to make sure I could afford it. Chuck, my water heater went out earlier this year; luckily, my brother and his son-in-law did the installation pro bono.

When Pat started work when he was in high school, he started at a new theater in Wichita. He worked his way up to management, opening their newest theater in the area--20 auditoriums. I saw free movies all the time, frequently before their opening. Film is still a love of his. I still can go to free movies, but I rarely do except with Stella. I'm the only mom I knew whose kid emerged from a movie in middle school talking about plot.

Holding Stella yesterday, it is so unbelievable that it's been 5 years! I know the next five will go even faster. Nolan looks at her with total adoration, but I'm not sure she sees it. She too loved to pound on the piano and would, like Nolan does now, turn around and wait for applause. She's in her "I know what I'm talking about" phase and wanted to argue about how to make the number 7.

Rob and Justin will be down this evening. I'm going to mow when I get back from breakfast with the ROMEOs.

Take care and be good.

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Hi Chuck...you are in a pretty good place for now if you are pre-diabetic as it means that a change in lifestyle may ward off Diabetes Type 2 to a later age by which time, you will be less troubled by the issue.You are right about family history though...that's a painful thing which every doctor enjoys reminding us about!! Thanks for explaining about deer flys...might be easier to have them around during cold weather as we are all too wrapped up for them to cause any damage... emoticon . It's about 3.5 years since my family and I moved into our house and given the weather and humidity, it feels like I should be painting the external part of the house; already done some repairs inside on the floors and electrical fittings (knocked out due to major thunderstorms!)...yup, you are right about how expensive it is to own a house!!!

Pat, I keep forgetting that you have both kids on many days with you. Of course, you will end up watching cartoons. I am not yet a grandmother and so I have forgotten what it was like with both my kids and cartoons. I am, however, a big-time movie buff. Love movies from all genre and I have downloaded many movies from this site called Yaboon.com and I watch these whenever I have time. My kids are also big-time movie fans and have not gotten out of the habit I started many years ago which was "TGIF Movie Day".

Hi Kathy. Please pat all your appendages for me - for not troubling you as much as they did a few weeks back. So now, you have to include Nolan in your keep-fit programme. Did your SP tracker or Fitbit tell you how many steps you were taking just keeping up with Nolan?? I love the way kids crawl and I find it even funnier when they start walking...they look permanently stoned or drunk. I have this grand-niece who loves walking like a ballerina and as a result, falls many times in the process...and she just laughs at herself when she does that!!!

It's Friday already. I am soooo looking forward to putting my legs up and relaxing tonight...maybe with a glass of wine as Kathy suggested earlier. I hope all of you have a restful and enjoyable weekend too.

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Hey Kathy.....horsefly's are bad too. I forgot about them.......Haven't seen any down here but we sure had allot of them back home in Illinois. Thanks for the welcome, glad to be back again. Wish we could get a good rain here.....need it badly. The lake is down about a foot and a half right now. Been hot in the 90's but it cooled off today only 85 degree's.

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Hey Pat.....I had to replace my AC unit and air handler a year ago. It cost us almost 5700 dollars to replace them. I thought it was a little pricey myself...lol. Just had to replace my water heater last week. By the time they finished installing it cost me 645 dollars. Let me see 2400 dollars for the new hardwood floor in my living room and I still have the great room to do. Oh i almost forgot last month the new faucet in the kitchen.....180 dollars.....owning a home can get expensive some time.....

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Chucky, I got bit by one deer fly back a long time ago. It was raised about 1/4 inch and it was 5 inches wide. They are the worst.

Prema, unless a movie it for kids, I have not seen it. Hubby doesn't like movies and the kids are too busy.

Kathy, it's amazing how fast kids can crawl. You have to keep your eyes on the little ones all the time.

We have been pricing out new heating and a/c systems for my daughter's house. the central air went on the house this past weekend. They are quite pricey.

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Don't know about deer flies, but I have been on the wrong end of a horse fly.

Welcome back, Chuck! emoticon

Prema, the appendages are doing great.

We've had a pretty steady pattern of rain. It's great for the farmers. I did get the back mowed on Tuesday; the front needs it but will have to wait until at least the weekend.

I hated to hear of the second big quake in Nepal. A local man, a high school coach called back into the service, has disappeared with the helicopter and crew headed to help out in Nepal. There's been no news, but I did hear yesterday it may have been a fuel issue. I hope they can be found safe.

Nolan's walking most of the time, but it's not nearly as fast as crawling. When he's headed to the piano, he crawls!! emoticon

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Hello Prema glad to be back......I'll try and do a little better keeping in contact. I missed talking to you ladies also and seeing what you were doing. Right now I'm on a pill that I take twice a day. I've not actually been diagnosed with diabetes....It's what she calls pre-diabetes.....same thing to me...lol. Not quite I guess as this can still be reversed. My dad had it and died from it, his brother had it, his sister had it and his mom did too. So it's pretty well guaranteed for me.

Deer flies are much bigger than house fly's .....they will come around you in swarms and here's the good part they sting or bite. During the summer months and early fall down here you can't hardly walk in the woods because they are so bad. Usually with cooler weather in the fall they go away.

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Chucky...hello, hello, hello. emoticon I am so very glad that you plan to come back to our site. To tell you the truth, your 3 ladies definitely missed you. Also, I must say that I am very impressed by the fact that you have lost weight and you are now at your target. emoticon . Did the doctor diagnose you as Diabetes Type 2...monitoring your sugar level and food intake is a very good idea. By the way, what are deer flys? We have common house flys in Malaysia - very annoying especially since they like to settle on food!

Pat, I did get to sleep better last night as well so I am going to try putting this on throughout the night. I don't think they harm the ears in any form so, this week, it's ear drums every night!

Pat and Kathy, have you seen this movie called "The Butler" with Forest Whitaker...the acting was superb, especially by the hero of the show, Forest Whitaker. I am now reading a book called "Still Alice" about a Harvard professor who is diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease and slowly degenerates. They made this into a movie and the actress who played this role, Julianne Moore, won the Academy for best actress. I was reading the book on my lunch break and could not put it down...

Have a good day, my kawan-kawan and once again, welcome back Chucky!

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Hey Pat glad to see your doing well.....I join you in hating the deer fly's. They're not bad until you get in the tree's at the preserve and then look out. They'll haul you off and won't bring you back....lol. It's that time of year here in Florida where you'll start seeing 90's and rain almost everyday in the late afternoons. The heat I don't mind, it's the humidity that really bothers me.....I hate Florida summers. It's five o'clock in the morning right now and I just finished sweeping up the drive way and sidewalks. Thought I would do it while it's cool before the sun rises. Is trash pickup in your area like it is here. First I have recycle on every other Tuesday, regular trash gets picked up every Wednesday....Now that's hard enough to keep straight for me but they decided to add insult to injury by picking up yard trash like leaves etc....only on the second and third Tuesdays each month and building materials are only picked up on Thursday's once a month. Now if you want your refrigerators, stoves and the like picked up then you must call to schedule an appointment for pickup. How am I supposed to keep all that straight without writing it down? If you have something in each category it'll take you a month to get rid of it all.

Sorry to hear about Davis I'm sure he'll be feeling better soon.....kids usually recover quickly, unlike me.

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Prema, I'm glad you found a solution to your sleep problems. I hope the earplugs work again tonight.

Chucky, hi buddy. Oh do I hate those deer flys. I used to see them up in the Adirondacks back in the 70's and 80's when we used to go up there for summer vacation. Oh that 90+ temp sounds awful.

I couldn't get Davis to sleep today because of a runny nose. He finally fell asleep in my arms just before his mom showed up.

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Finished up my run for today 3.53 miles and it's 91 degree's outside again today.......decided maybe I would cut it a little short as it's pretty humid outside. I'll do another run tonight when I get home from work. Someone explain to me how the deer fly's in the park can be so bad already this year and there's not a deer within ten miles of this place.....lol. I've found that Cutters (Natural) works real well in keeping them from biting. Hope to hear from you ladies soon......have a great day.

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Hope you girls had a Happy Mothers Day.......it was a hot one here 92 degree's. I'm going to try and do better about getting on here each day. I know I've been absent a long time. I've got the weight under control but now the doctor says my A1C is high so I'm taking a new med for that. I have to take my new doctor seriously as diabetes runs in my family on my fathers side. She says my sugar is 122 and needs to be lowered......I guess i'm paying for all my past mistakes. No one to blame but me. Well going out for my run......Hope you ladies have a great day.

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Pat, I am relieved and very glad to hear this. So I will only resume the questioning (or nagging, as others may describe it!!) in a few days' time!!

Kathy - you have been very quiet about your legs and chest. I promise I will not nag. You have not told either Pat or me about your improvement. There is some improvement, right??

I had pretty deep sleep last night for about 5-plus hours, then got up and made a short trip to the bathroom and cursed myself cos I knew that I would not be able to fall asleep again. For some reason, my fogged up brain told my hands to insert earplugs into my ears...and I fell asleep for over an hour until it was my usual time to wake up. Ear plugs sound a lot better than melatonin...will see how well this new theory works tonight!

Take care my kawan-kawan. Beeeeeeg Hugs, Prema

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Prema, doctor did a full exam, including an EKG to make sure my heart wasn't in distress. The heart is fine and the only problem is bronchitis. I have one prescription for asthma or allergies and OTC Mucinex to cause the mucus I the lungs to loosen up. My doctor says I should be fit as ever in a few days. No sugar coating.

Today I took it easy and will continue to do so until I am back to 100%.

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Hi Kathy. Is Nolan teething by any chance? Is that why he's been clingy? By the way, I sent you an e-mail...did you get it??

Hi Pat. Did I read this correctly? You have been coughing for several weeks??? Several weeks??? And only after the last 5 to 6 days of getting worse, do you think of visiting the doctor! Kathy, what do we do with our kawan here??

The weather here has become quite hot by day and rainy by night...so the run this morning was hot and humid and I decided to walk the last kilometre...would have done anything to get the cooler temperatures that you girls enjoy, at least for the morning.

Have to go see my mum. She needs me to get her some stuff...she is getting very forgetful these days, which is understandable as she will turn 85 next month.

Have a good day, my kawan-kawan and Pat, please tell us what the doctor says...word for word...no editing needed.

Beeeeeeeg Hugs, Prema

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Prema, sounds like you had a lovely mothers day. I know how lucky I am to be able to sleep at night and also nap during the day. I just get so worn out and with nicer weather here, the fresh air helps me sleep too. I am working on giving up some of my yard duties to my SIL. He has volunteered to edge the yard and trim the bushes. We have electronic clippers and edger. Makes for less work.

Kathy, I hear you about the lawn, ours is out of control. It looks really good though.

I'm going to the doctor tomorrow because I have been having problems with what I think is bronchitis or an infection. I've been coughing for several weeks, but it has gotten worse the past 5-6 days.

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I'm going to try the lawn tomorrow because they're predicting more rain from Wednesday on.

Nolan's been really clingy, but he's down now for his second nap of the day.

I have planned out my meals for the week and will do my best to stay within my calorie range. It's far too easy for me to snack, and I know it's just a habit I have to work at breaking. I just have to get the excess weight off!!






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Yes, we celebrated Mother's Day on Sunday.

Started off with a lovely call from my daughter calling me from Melbourne telling me that she was celebrating having the best mum in the world by having a feast...without me...so she was eating for two! And then my son spent some time with me at lunch and a spot of shopping whilst the daddy went off to visit his mum. We called my mum and wished her and she had completely forgotten about it. I cooked a special dinner that night for the family and my god-daughter.

Pat, you have no idea ow the world envies you on how easily you fall asleep. And many grandmothers I know struggle with this problem as they get older. I am not even a grandma yet...and I struggle on some nights. Will try Kathy's tip on the wine (but what about the rest of the bottle??) or maybe a shot of brandy. If that does not work, then I will try melatonin. If not, I shall recite a prayer repeatedly until I get completely stoned to boredom...which could mean a good night's sleep too!!!

My dear kawan-kawan, please cut the lawn according to the emotions expressed by the legs..i.e. stop before they complain and nag you all night!

Have a great start to the week, my very special kawan-kawan who are great mothers and even greater grandmothers!!

Beeeeeg Hugs, Prema

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Kathy, I'm happy to hear that you had a nice mothers day. Good luck on getting your lawn cut this weekend. emoticon

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Rob called and Pat's family over for a couple of hours, bringing a huge pot of flowers a that looks perfect on the patio.

We had a bit more rain today. Looks like I'll need a baler for the grass in the back yard.

I'm really tired.

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Kathy, I'm glad you had a nice day.

Happy Mothers Day, my kawan, kawan.

Today I will be going to Donovan's last day of lacrosse. My girls came over on Thursday and surprised me with flowers and chocolate covered strawberries. The best part is that they came over together as they don't always get along.

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We had a nice time, although it appears the sky opened up and sheets of rain came flowing down. Nonetheless, we had a good time.

I did some weeding this morning after I took Stella to breakfast. It's much too wet to mow, so I guess I'll just wait for the rain to end...in a couple of days.

Prema, do you celebrate Mother's Day in Malasia? Happy Mother's Day to both of you...beyond church, I'm not sure what tomorrow holds.

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Kathy, I hope that you have the weather you need for your company to come over. My grass needs to be mowed now even though I did it on Monday. My grass is growing so fast.

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Sleep can be elusive sometimes. A cup of hot chocolate sometimes works for me, as would a glass of wine. Sometimes the more tired I am, the more elusive sleep can be. Melatonin has never worked for me, but my "go to" med is an allergy tablet...works without fail!!

I have a couple of friends coming over to eat this evening, as long as the weather isn't too threatening. I'd like to mow, but I'm thinking it's still too wet. Grocery store is definitely on the schedule.

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Prema, it sounds like your son has a job that is fun and rewarding. I'm sure there are a lot of young men who would love a job like that. You are right about sleeping. I can lay down and take an hour nap with Davis and get in a full 8 hours at night. I guess that I don't have too many thoughts running through my head at night and Davis wears me out too.

Kathy, hi my kawan.

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Hi my kawan-kawan.

My son is in Thailand until tomorrow on an assignment which involves test driving the latest Porsche cars on a track circuit near Bangkok. He loves his job...tells me that there is nothing better than working on his hobby with free meals and free hotel accommodation thrown in. Oh and by the way, he says he also gets eye exercise thrown in every day...there are pretty girls on the circuit every day.... emoticon

I have not been sleeping very well this past one week. I fall asleep fairly quickly as I am very tired at the end of the day and I aim for about 6.5 to 7 hours sleep. I am thinking of popping a melatonin tonight and for the next few nights to see if it helps me get more sleep. Do you girls have any problems at all when it comes to sleeping? If I remember correctly, Pat, you do not have any problems getting a good night's sleep. What about you, Kathy? I follow all the right things when it comes to sleeping - I have my routine : shower + massage some oil + read and then lights out.

Anyway, if you have any suggestions, please point them my way...will be happy to get these from both of you.

The weekend is here again. And we already headed towards mid-May...time does fly past us very quickly, doesn't it? I hope the two of you have a good one and I hope the legs and the weather behave themselves...just for you!!

Beeeeg Hugs, Prema

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Today I took the boys to the splash park along with a couple of neighbor kids. The kids had a ball.
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