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@luvzchiz wrote:

@Bri369 wrote:


Ha ha.  This is me at Costco, too. 



I've never been to a Costco, but this is me at just about any store... 🤔🤨😉😃

 

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@PamfromCT wrote:

@dooBdoo, Oh, you are so very kind.  And talented, too.  A singer in a band, wow, I am impressed.  You are a sweetie with many talents.  


Thank you for that lovely compliment, @PamfromCT.❤️

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stupid me - i opened some windows for a cross ventilation but instead it seemed that the hot air just came in to hang out

 

it was still cool in the house - we played spades

 

yucky outside - i didnt go out - but it feels that way 

 

gonna be warm for the next few days -

 

so not ready for that - well, evvveeerrr

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Last weekend was so nice.  I had all the windows open.  The air felt cool and fresh.  Now it's just hot and yucky.  

 

I re-re-re-organized a drawer.  Whoopie!  

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@PamfromCT wrote:

@SouthernBee, I don’t want to be a pest, but just to add to the posting on the main page re height changes as we “mature,”

Just wanted to add that it is so important to have your Vitamin D level tested with your annual bloodwork.  Not all tests include this.

When I was first referred to an endocrinologist by my new PCP (when old one retired), my Vitamin D was tested.  Despite my vitties I take, my Vitamin D level was very low.  You can’t have strong bones without enough Vitamin D. I have to take 4,000 units every day, along with calcium, and Prolia twice a year.

This endo doctor treated me for a few years, but was forced to refer his patients who needed Prolia to a bone clinic.  He could not afford to order and pay for Prolia and then wait for slow reimbursements from insurance companies.  He referred people like me to the university bone clinic.

Sorry to bore everyone, but I hope I can offer some advice to help.

Best wishes to all!

And thanks for all wonderful posts and those funny pictures!

They are priceless.

 

 

 

 



@PamfromCT, You're never a pest or boring! ❤️  I haven't seen the other thread, but I know vitamin D and other nutrition concerns are important to us all, and complex.  Food for thought. 😊

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@SouthernBee wrote:

@dooBdoo : Thank you for the kind words. I still haven't forgotten and appreciate all your help with my iPad issues. I still have my special note book with all your suggestions and instructions and always think of you when I look at it and say a special prayer for you.🙏🤗❤️


(((Thank you, @SouthernBee.))) You touch my heart.❤️

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@Yahooey wrote:

@dooBdoo 

 

 

youtube - vacuum wars has a channel that reviews many types of  - 

 

steam mop

robotic

traditional vacuum

and more

 

it might be worth a look

 

it seems - cordless is very popular -  i have a corded bc that is what they sold at costco and i was leaning toward cordless but several friends said - dont't lose power and u dont want to keep buying battery packs etc - but worth a look if u have a small area and sometimes they will trhow in an extra battery pack in those bundles

 

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Thanks, @Yahooey! 😊

 

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@Yahooey wrote:

morning @SouthernBee @PamfromCT @luvzchiz @dooBdoo @geezerette @momtochloe 

@loveschocolate @cowboy sam @Mj12 @Coquille @Drythe @NEvans2 

 

heat is a coming - sunny today after several days of on and off rain

 

enjoy ur saturday - making sausage  pepper onions with pasta for lunch for sis and bro

then playing cards for the afternoon - mom likes that

 

what is everyone doing?

 

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Adorable, @Yahooey...  but mom might not appreciate chewy wet-kissed cards... 🤨

I'm doing just about nuffin' today.  Your pasta sounds yummy!😊

 

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@SouthernBee wrote:

GM Preds and Preds very special friends: I have a victory report for me. Well - I have always been very slow but that is ok because as the saying goes: slow and steady wins the race. It took me - 9 months to the day but I have loss 31 pounds . Reached my first goal and second goal of 30 more. Ready, set , go........🤗❤️



I'm so happy for you, @SouthernBee!  Dancing for joy!🤗❤️🤗

 

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Thank you, @Bri369!  You found some pretty flowers, pretty peonies, and happy sunshine!🌼🌸🌺🌻🌹🌝🌞

 

Few things reveal your intellect and your generosity of spirit—the parallel powers of your heart and mind—better than how you give feedback.~Maria Popova