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Old 04-05-2004, 08:48 AM   #47  
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The time has changed and this morning when I woke up the full moon was still so bright in the sky right behind my house. WOW what a sight. My company left yesterday and we had a terrific time together. So nice when people take time to visit me because I am always the one burning up the miles to go North to see my friends and family, no one seems to think the road goes south to my place!!! I have my problem wood pecker back now and I couldn't find my bullets I bought last year ...... I know it sounds cruel but they have made a hole completely throught the logs the side the insulation and into the closet in my back bedroom and after a tempory fix last year they are back to do it again!!! So I open a window when I am gone all day and play the radio and that does seems to keep them off the house when I am not here.
Took Aileena over to my sweet friend Denise who is disabled from a mountain biking accident. Her passion is card making and she has very thing you can imagine to sit down and just create. She is a powerful person to be around, so that was fun for Aileena and myself. Then we went out to a ranch and saw the baby calves of the long horn cattle and they were so cute all different colors and markings. And the best part for my neice is I gave her a driving lesson for the first time on the way home.... She is 13 and she was so excited and couldn't believe I would let her get behind the wheel.
Actually even with company my eating was pretty good.... but I will say it here this morning I am going to try to do my bike for starters 20 minutes in the evenings for 5 days a week. I will be accountable to you gals for the week..... keep me hones ,,,OK?
Shad I will keep you in good thoughts and prayers that the right job comes your way soon! You are so busy with all the travel you undertake for your work. Linus you are so funny.... Mel, chasing firemen ...that must keep you in shape...lots of emergencies in that building.... ??? Happy2beme, good luck with the quitting smoking....it is so difficult to do and your body will thank you so much for it. Good Luck and I am sure all of these gals are here for you whenever you need to vent or type to not have the next fag!
Well, here it is April already and trying lose weight and keep the motivation up is waning a little but summer is just around the corner now. Maybe finding this unique group will help to keep me on track a bit better. I hope all is well with everyone and I will try to learn & get to know each of your better and try to keep up with you gals.....
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Shad~ I'm really so sorry it actually happened. I was hoping it would go a little longer and give you more time to look around. You know we're all thinking and pulling for you. I can only send (((((HUGS))))). Take whatever you need with you before you go!! There may be another client in their list? Don't know what you have access to! anyway fingers are crossed!

Rose~ I love your posts. They're like little vacations in my mind like when Shad travels and posts pictures or Happy's DH has his butterflies posted. Nice for the mind to wander around. Come to think of it....maybe that is what's WRONG with me
Glad you had a nice time. Sounded great. Does Denise do the cards as a living? or hobby? You came to the right place for the accountability! While I keep falling off the wagon, I'll try and keep you on yours. I'm great at being a hypocrate! Had lots of practice this past year!! So did you get on the bike yet!

Peacock and Linus~ I am cracking up myself now!!! I can't believe that's what it means. I have heard IT called a lot of things but never FANNY!! I hope the sons enjoyed themselves. Send me a list of things and I will tell new stories!!!
Funny how words mean so many different things.!!!

Happy~Wishing you all good thoughts to stay calm and get over the hump. I will send you thoughts of sweet breezes over meadows and birds and daisies and tall grasses waving in those breezes. Think of water lapping onto the shores and all quiet things. I found that visualization worked pretty good for that and now I'm trying to remember it for the weight. I read in a few sites that visualizing things helps to get the person to their goal. I think it works. i did one and am doing the other. If you take the curtains down and start washing everything out, the smell will leave the house. The smell becomes more noticeable as you go along. It also triggers cravings. Every day I washed something else till the house smelled like a house! ((((HUGS))))) too!

Well chicks, time to brush off the sand and get out of the box. Hope you all have a great day. I am doing a load of wash. After telling Happy that story, I remembered I should change the sheets. My old BUM wouldn't let me do that yesterday. Have a great day and stay well!
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Oh my goodnight! Every time I get on to reply I have to read through a million words to try and catch up with all the epistles you lot have written! I am exhausted before I write a single word... ..
Anyway...here goes. The excitement, for want of a better word, started on the 20th March, when I started getting bad, very bad pain between my shouldar blades. By late evening I had taken all the pills and potions I could to try and ease it, even two sachets of Andrews in case it was indegestion (didn't think it was but was willing to see) and I went to bed around midnight, slept for an hour,woke up in agony with pain shearing through my back. I rang the NHS Direct helpline and the guy on the other end of the phone said "you know what I am going to do?" "no!!" "I'm calling the ambulance " to which I said "oh no you're not are you" and he said he could hear how much pain I was in down the phone so let them come out and if they don't think you need to go in, they won't take you, so I said ok then, and the crew came and...well yes they thought I should be in, so I got to A & E about 03:30 and to the cardiac ward at about 05:00. Intravenous Diamorphine dulled the pain to a dull roar and the consultant came and saw me in the afternoon. Thankfully he knows me of old (oh dear) and over the next few days I was on telemetary (mobile heart monitor thats being viewed on coronary care unit and they ring the cardiac ward if any strange tracings happen) and having e.c.g.'s and diamorphine and my blood pressure was, well leats say, as the doc did, more of a flow than a pressure...the worst was 68/41.....oooops don't get off that bed! But the good news was that the pain is not of cardiac origin so it is the costachrondritis that I had in December that took hold with a vengeance. I had expected some trouble, having to come off the oxycontin, but I have never had the pain shearing through my shoulder blades like it was. So the cardiac registrar came down and started me on Oramorph, (liquid morphine) and we awaited Professor Munglani again, except he is on holiday and the chances of seeing him in the next two weeks 'cos of Easter are less than nil! And so the covering consultant said I would be safer at home away from all the hospital bugs with lots of oramorph to keep me sane and a promise that I would see the big man as soon as humanly possible. And so here I am. The good news though, is that today I saw Dr Lee my cardiologist at an out patients appointment I have been waiting for over a couple of months. She said she had kept up to date with all the recent events but was very pleased and impressed with the state of my heart which is performing magnificently in spite of all the problems. She said my heart was possibly the best bit of me!!! As it was in such a disasterous mess when I got the viral cardiomyopathy she thought I only had a year to live about three years ago so she is very impressed! YEE HAAA!!!! So. She did take on board my worries about my blood pressure and said she could lower the tablets a bit if I was finding the hypotension very troublesome, but I said no I would stick with it as she was instrumental in using the mix and the high doses and it is obviously working. Unfortunately she said she didn't have any answers to the costachrondritis, why I have it, and more importantly why I can't get rid of it or the best drug to take for it. She was sorry that Gabapentin had caused a disasterous weight gain and that, understandably, the depression is rather grim at the moment but the outcome was better than I even hoped, for she has discharged me from her clinic, to go on the "s.o.s." list, that is, seen on scream, so I know if I feel that I am getting cardiac problems I can ring either her or the specialist cardiac nurse and be seen as soon as possible.
Yipee!!!!!
And now I am going to take a break cos I am tired now!!!
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Teel, good to have you back with us again. Yes, we are a chatty group I think you have to check in 5 times a day to keep up with us Tis also good to hear that the heart is holding its own, even under the stresses of everything else that is going on around you. Are you still going to be on the Gabapentin or will they try something else. At least you know the weight gain is not the result of shoveling food into you small comfort that might be.

Mel, thank you for the visualization suggestion. I will try that along with the calming deep breaths I take. I don't have to clean my house of smoke because I don't smoke in the house and haven't for the last 6 years. That's not to say it still couldn't use a good cleaning I hope you are feeling better yourself today. Sometimes I wish I could flash back 20 years for a bit - I'm sure I felt better way back then but with my luck I'd flash back to a day of horrid cramps or something! The older I get, the more I appreciate that saying that youth is wasted on the young!

Roseblush, sounds like you live in a most wonderful place. I too enjoyed your description of things. Since it is time for you to get on track, tomorrow you can report in what you have done for yourself in a healthy way. Better think hard and act righteously as Mel and Shad have a friend with a cattle prod and they are not afraid to use it if we get slacking here. Of course from your description, sounds like you wouldn't have a hard time finding a cattle prod or bullwhip yourself which might make things interesting.

Peacock, one of the fun parts of being on an international thread is that we occasionally run into things that mean totally different things in different places. We are big baseball fans in the states and at one point, everyone stands up, stretches out and sings a baseball song - Take me out to the ballgame... dah dah dah. One of the song lines is "Root, root, root for the home team, if they don't win it's a shame..." Well we mean root to cheer on enthusiastically but apparently to the Australians at least root is another kind of 2 person horizontal happy dance, if you know what I mean. But it's always fun to stumble across these things. Mel, say something to crack the other side of the pond up, will you?

Linus, time to report on your daily adventures. And what has happened to our Shaker? Has Annie kidnapped her? We are all too poor to pay a randsom you know.

Well I think it is time to quit smoking. Yesterday I was in the garage, leaning against the car, smoking with my thoughts elsewhere as is the case. It was cool and I had a sweater on that has big baggy pockets. Something made me glance down (perhaps a FLAMING ORANGE BUTT in a black sweater pocket), but part of the cigarette had fallen into my pocket. Since I am my mother's daughter I have 2 bad habits - 1) the sudden uncontrollable urge to use any loo that I see whether I need to or not and 2) I always seem to have half a box of tissues in my pockets - just what you need bulging out the sides in case the big wing span of heavy hips is not flattering enough. Though they make nice bumper guards too. Anyway, the butt was just about to touch the tissue which would have set me instantly ablaze. I was standing next to my bottled water supply so I just uncapped a bottle and calmly poured it into my pocket. That's why I never travel anywhere without a bottle of water I suppose this is a sign from God that I'm getting too feeble minded to smoke anymore.

DH is slow cooking a beef roast outside on the grill. He is following the directions to the exact letter and they said to pour some liquid in the drip pan under the roast. They recommended beer. It was nice to use the bottles we've had laying in the basement for about 10 years but when you go outside for all intents and purposes, it smells like we are grilling beer, not meat. So stand up straight, take a good whiff and when you catch the smell of a pub, head my way and I'll slice you a piece of roast.

Shad, I hope you get as much time off between jobs as you can comfortablely afford. Will give you some time to tackle jobs around the house and I'm sure you'll more than enough keep yourself busy. May your next job keep you out of the traffic but heading to interesting places as you are the resident travel guide here.

Gotta go check on DH now...
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Smells good happy, on my way over for a roast. Haven't had one of those for a while guess it probably has something to do with no time to cook it. Maybe when I get home and back to Brisbane full time!!!
Laughed like crazy about the flaming pocket. You will be joining Annie in the burning stakes if you are not careful. Maybe a good thing you giving up if you are going to do that. Easter seems to be a time where this group get pyromaniacal tendencies.

Aaah yes the strangeness of words. Now the Americans call road networks routes - they pronounce it sort of rowt - we pronounce it as root. In itself that conjures up a few possibilities right - then of course there is grammar. Changes from place to place. There used to be a poster around - The Kiwi eats roots and leaves. Some enterprising Australian put in a couple of commas (probably about the only time an Australian has ever used commas!!!) - therefore the Kiwi was having a fine time stuffing himself with food, doing the horizontal happy dance (well put by the way) and getting out of there before the consequences hit.
When we first came to Australia, we used the words Mickey Mouse to describe something which was a bit strange, a bit suspicious, not quite kosher. In Australia, Mickey Mouse is a happy thing. Consequently we were totally misunderstanding each other and this from a couple of countries which ostensibly speak the same language. 'snort', 'gasp', 'bah humbug'.

So since Roseblush is gearing up to take control of her life, health and wisdoms, maybe we should all join in some sort of challenge to go along with her and help her out. Let us know about your new commitments to yourself Rosie and I'll think up something for me at the same time. Deal???

Oh by the way Roseblush - well done on the smilies in the post. And happy?? do you really want to make that poster into fact????
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evening ladies how are we all fine i hope SHAD i was trying to comment in your journal but having mega probs with my firewall you were not boasting i bet you had to work dammned hard to get the qualifications to do the job you do and if you went for an interview and said i think im good you blooming wouldnt be getting that job MEL my youngest came into the livingroom earlier and asked if the fanny ladie was on yet i had some swift explaining to do before my hubby cloute him around the ear and im sure if asked they could come up with a whole list for you to look into but encouraging them is not a good idea according to billy connelly we have more words for the private bits than any other country and lets be honest he would know {i totally love the man i have all his dvds} ROSE i would love to come to your part of the world when i was in hospital a few years ago my mum wouldnt let me take my horror books in with me and she brought me a pile of mills and boons and quite a few of them were based in wyoming and there abouts and just the discription of the places made it sound so much like scotland but on a much laeger scale and i know the feeling of standing up a glen staring across the lochs that makes you feel so insignificant and puts everythind back in its rightful place that to experience it on a larger scale would blow me away i had a very unusual conversation with the leader of the local ww she was fine and really chaty telling me how welcome id be right up till i told her mt weight and all of a sudden it was i dont think theres anybody as new as you and no one nearly as heavy so youd sort of be on your own so needless to say i start slimming world on thursday and i didnt quite make it to swimming it wasnt the swimming that was the problem it was trying to shave my legs that did it i am now the proud owner of a pair of half shaved legs so hopefully my back will ease up a bit tomorrow so i can finish the job as much as i love my hubby he is not getting within three feet of me with a razor HAPPY good luck with the no smoking thing ive tried and failed miserably so you show me how to do it please
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Shad, I thought the sign about the smokers was cute when I saw it. It's getting me pumped up for holiday in California where I think they really do pummel the smokers And if you're from Chicago you pronounce root and route the same way - like root. We have our own bizzare accent here. English must be such a hard language to learn.

I am up for a challenge. My biggest issues will be quitting smoking and trying the avoid the almost obvious weight gain. Perhaps people could make suggestions and we can decide. Here's my thoughts - I need to concentrate on food, water, and exercise - every day. Eat on plan, drink your allotment of water, move your body in some way. 3 out of 3 you get a gold star, 2 of 3 = silver, 1 of 3 = bronze. 0 of 3 gets you a lump of coal and we all get to take a whack at you with the cattle prod or rolling pin since we don't have a cattle prod smilie I also liked Matcat's no (eating) crap week challenge. Maybe we can work in some short term fun things like that.

Linus, I think that was incredibly rude of the WW leader to make such remarks to you. She should be banned from WW. When I was going to water aerobics classes we were in waist high water (well for me it was to the point the breasts were floating freely ) We had several elderly gents in class with us so no one really cared if you shaved your legs as most of us couldn't see anyone's legs anyway! I had to wear my glasses in the pool because otherwise I would not have been able to see the teacher. I would make a fuss when the man next to me got too enthusiastic and kept splashing my glasses. Glad to hear that half your legs are smooth and sleek tho. Have fun with your classes.

Oh the roast we made was roasted prime rib of beef. A rather fancy meal that was intended for Sunday supper but then we got distracted trying to find an oven thermometer. When I saw the recipe for the rotisserie I just had to try it and the store had the roasts on sale. It was HEAVENLY! DH kept chewing away with a big smile on his face. I said there really is no reason to go to a restaurant anymore. And since we will get 2 days of meals from it, it really wasn't all that badly priced. I'm just glad I had a light breakfast and a salad for lunch so I didn't feel guilty about enjoying a good meal. I told him after tonight, tomorrow's meal of left over turkey will be quite boring.

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Just keep on following the nose........

Bet there is no fingerprinting (paw printing???) with this lot!!
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Well, I got in 10 minutes on the bike last night before the phone starting ringing and then I never got back to it....but I was there. Today I will try again for my 20 minutes. Happy, I barbqued a roast for my company also this weekend..... I pushed lots of garlic in it put some sauce and spices on it and left it in the frig over night. Then peeled lots of onions and wrapped it in foil and let the heat do the rest......It was delicious and for me I have enough left for my week of lunches or dinners to munch on.....
I think shad has a good idea any one going to join me in the week? I should just get on the bike at work before I leave but I feel so spent when I am done with my day I thought coming home might put some energy into my evenings if I did it at home.....
I can't believe it is Easter this weekend. I have to get my cards out today. Happy Easter to Everyone Here!
I do have a story to share about the weekend with my sis and her BF Jon. They took off behind my house for a short hike before their long drive. It is very steep and Deb's little poodle went with them Sapa. Well they were on the way down and came around a corner and facing them and staring at them was a Wolf. Sapa was in Deb's arms and usually he is barking at other dogs but he is scrambling up around her shoulders and head. Deb is telling Jon to find a rock or something and Jon is just wanting to move off the trail.... so for those few moments they were both just frozen. Then Jon noticed a rope off of its neck and then a lady came around the corner. She never spoke or called the wolf dog back and then it came and circled Deb its head almost to her shoulders sniffing at Sapa. When the lady passed Deb said is that what I think it is and she said yes it is a Wolf..... oh great. They were pretty excited whne they got home and little Sapa was so happy he just torn around the house....... After living in Alaska and seeing so many wolf hybreds I have my own opinion on them for pets..... It is always an adventure at Auntie's house.
Well, I hope everyone is well today and trying eat less and move more!
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oh wow rose ima coming to stay i just love the soumd of your place and shad your next all i have to do is conquer my fear of flying and im there
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In that case Linus, you need the Round the World ticket like I had last year. Great idea those. You can stop in Ireland, then Canada, head off to Happy's place and down to Roseblush's homestead - you're right it does sound a great place - then you can visit Disneyland and go shake up Shaker in Akl. After that you can come to me and smell the peace and the roses in my backyard (while I dig up the weeds and those rogue sweet potatoes) before flying off to Singapore or HK and home. We could just about find you a place to stay wherever you wanted to go. I have a couple of friends in India if you want to drop off there. Aah the joys of the internet.

Have a MEL type song in my head this morning:
Woke up this morning, feeling fine
Something special on my mind.
La La La Hmm
Anyway swung the legs out of bed at 5.00am, did some pilates and stretches, got dressed in the gym gear and went for a walk/jog for 30 minutes. First time I have felt well enough to do that for ages. Life is getting back to normal again. Just need to pummel the sinus' into shape and I'm raring to go! Such is the power of decision making.
Yesterday I was reading through the jobs on Seek.com.au which I subscribe to. Not a lot there yesterday but I found an old one that I could do (and which had probably been filled) and rung the agency concerned and asked if there was much work about. The guy nearly cried on my shoulder!??! WTF?? Anyway he said send in your resume CV and I said I don't have it with me online but I could do a quick and dirty one and send it through to him through Seek or he could wait until Thursday night when I could email it to him (all nicely updated) But he didn't want to wait until Thursday so I had to put one together quickly and send it to him. It's not complete but hey. Anyway he tells me there is plenty of work around at the moment but not to wait too long to do anything about it. Nice thought for the day.

Time to move along again. The first victim arrives in 10........hopefully or do I have to go dig him out from under a rock again?
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Ooooohhhh Herman's Hermits! Love that song, now it's stuck in my mind...

Im Into Something Good Lyrics
Artist: Herman's Hermits

I'M INTO SOMETHING GOOD
Herman's Hermits
(Gerry Goffin / Carole King)

Woke up this mornin' feelin' fine
There's somethin' special on my mind
Last night I met a new girl in the neighbourhood, whoa yeah
Somethin' tells me I'm into something good
(Somethin' tells me I'm into somethin')

She's the kind of girl who's not too shy
And I can tell I'm her kind of guy
She danced close to me like I hoped she would
(she danced with me like I hoped she would)
Somethin' tells me I'm into something good
(Somethin' tells me I'm into somethin')

We only danced for a minute or two
But then she stuck close to me the whole night through
Can I be fallin' in love
She's everthing I've been dreamin' of
She's everthing I've been dreamin' of

I walked her home and she held my hand
I knew it couldn't be just a one-night stand
So I asked to see her next week and she told me I could
(I asked to see her and she told me I could)
Somethin' tells me I'm into something good
(Somethin' tells me I'm into somethin')
(Somethin' tells me I'm into somethin', ahhh)

I walked her home and she held my hand
I knew it couldn't be just a one-night stand
So I asked to see her next week and she told me I could
(I asked to see her and she told me I could)
Somethin' tells me I'm into something good
(somethin' tells me I'm into somethin')
Somethin' tells me I'm into something good
(somethin' tells me I'm into somethin')
To something good, oh yeah, something good
(somethin' tells me I'm into somethin')
To something good, something good, something good
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Also sounds like timing is on your side looking for work. You know, it's all about being in the right place at the right time!
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Thanks happy. Yep the right place at the right time is the way to do it. Let's just hope something comes out of it or that I can give out the right vibes or whatever is needed to get another job.
I'll stand for the cyber celebratory dinner if 'something good' comes up!
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