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Old 02-24-2004, 08:46 AM   #76  
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Oh, sorry!! This was MIL I was talking about. I can't even say the name...shhhhhh. If you look up wicked witch of the west, it shows her pic..... Not kidding. 31 years experience.
must be because i have her sister as my MIL but i knew automatically who you were talking about. lol
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Old 03-05-2004, 10:37 PM   #77  
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I am increadably grateful for my nephew, and the staff at our local Childern's hospital.

He has had a runny nose for the last 2 days, but tonight he suddenly got a very high fever. He had a seizure. He went to the ER, and is now home. Everything is ok. All tests came back good. It was the result of the high spike in his fever. We are all a little freaked out, but ok.
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Old 03-05-2004, 10:56 PM   #78  
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Squeak, I'm so glad your little Munchkin is alright. I'll be saying prayers for him... he'll be fine.
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Thank you Ellis.

I know he is going to be ok, I am much more calm then I had been. He did very well at the hospital. He is just so little.
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I know. There's nothing more frightening than having a child you love sick. Nothing. I know he means the world to you. You're such a good Auntie S.
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Old 03-06-2004, 01:59 AM   #81  
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Glad he is going to be okay Squeaker!
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Thank you Mauvais!

And thank you Ellis!

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Old 03-09-2004, 10:26 PM   #83  
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I am gratefrul that I got an interview last week with a new school district. Even though I'm not sure that it went so well (I suck at interviews), I'm still thankful that I got my foot in the door.
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That is great news becgris! I will keep my fingers crossed for you and send good job vibes your way
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Old 03-10-2004, 08:47 AM   #85  
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Good Luck bcgris!
I am thankful for mother earth today. i can feel springtime in my bones.
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Old 03-10-2004, 09:58 AM   #86  
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Ditto! Cept it's been summertime like here...91 we hit yesterday!! I am grateful that my bones aren't aching & I am not sick anymore thanks to the sunshine and dry weather.

Noodles the !!!!
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Yeah well, *pppppbbbbbbtttt*

I had to scrape ice of my car this morning.
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Feel free to move here anytime, squeak!! Jobs are a plentiful, rent and housing is cheap, and no smog!! Just got the 100+ heat in the summertime to deal with. "But it's a dry heat." No squitos, no fleas, no bugs in general! They all keel over. hahahahaa
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Squeak - my thoughts are with you. It is sooo difficult to see a child sick. You can't explain anything and you want to alleviate their suffering. I have nephews that I adore to death too.

I am grateful for my health. I say this because I was speaking to a friend yesterday who has fibromyalga and she is in pain almostly constantly.

I am also grateful for changing seasons. I love the fall.

Do you have seasons Noodles?
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Do you have seasons Noodles?
Yeah...

Winter = December--January--& some of February
Spring = End of February--March--& if we're lucky, end of March too.
Summer = End of March to Mid October with a break from the heat when the monsoons roll in during July and August
Fall = End of October until Mid December

Keep in mind the temps still usually hover up and down in the 60's--80's during Fall...Usually when we get the coldest it is in January & Feburary. We got down to 19 in January!! That was COLD!! Brrrrr....
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