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Kittyarnold

From: Kittyarnold

Jan-17

wonder if an administrator could help us.../still see nothing...

Cocoa60

From: Cocoa60

Jan-18

Good morning Kitty.  Light wind from the north this morning, 21 degrees.

Parked my Baja near the road, dug it out of the snow with a shovel and got

groceries.  Cleaned the rest of the driveway with the backhoe later.  We've

had light snow most of the time since and still snowing now.  I will clean it up

with the shovel. 

Have a nice day.

Ernie

Kittyarnold

From: Kittyarnold

Jan-19

Good morning.....hope all is well....it is 16 partly sunny day.....no plans as of yet.....watching old movies....ashtrays all over and  smoking on screen back in the day ...

Kittyarnold

From: Kittyarnold

Jan-19

there you are....now you can tell us about your quit?

HerbSouth

From: HerbSouth

Jan-19

Read message 53 in the topic that starts with January 2022 new ex smokers start here

  • Edited January 19, 2022 9:27 am  by  HerbSouth
Susan1206

From: Susan1206

Jan-19

Good morning, Sensational Seniors ~

I have been locked out of the Forum (for whatever reason) in that they have not stored my password.  Frustrating, for sure.

Cold here....about 8 to 10 inches of snow on the ground.  I just called our Property Management Company to complain about inches of ice on our driveway.  As you may recall a few years back, I slipped and fractured my subtrochanteric (femur) and it took me ten months to come back to walking.  I certainly don't want that to happen again although I do not walk Finn when there is snow or ice on the ground.  That's why we have the nice pine needles off our patio.

I think Finn has a thyroid problem.  Shedding like crazy, intolerance to cold for any length of time and lethargy.  At least I hope that is it.  I have a call in to the Vet who will be in tomorrow.  I sent her an email showing a bald spot on his skin also.  I should have bought pet insurance ten years ago!  But, I love him and he is a good companion even when he is getting older.  I always believe in that you walk the walk....even when your loved pet grows very old.

Not much new here.  Our WalMart pre-lit Christmas tree is defunct.  Several of the pre-lit strands are kaput.  Daughter brought over some fancy gadget to test individual lights and wires.  It's all a bit much for these two seniors.  I can't find the receipt (about $200.00 three or four years ago) and what would they do anyway.  Guess we have a few choices...pack it away.....get individual strands of lights next year for the bare spots or buy a new (NON pre lit tree). ....So, in my judgment, be wary of a purchase at of pre-lit trees. Ernie would have it diagnosed and fixed in a heartbeat!       Moving on into 2022.

Occupy myself with knitting at present.  We leave for Siesta Key in less than a month for ten days.  It will be good to get away.

Hope all is well with everyone.  Stay safe.  ((hugs))  Susan

Susan1206

From: Susan1206

Jan-19

Hi Herb,

It seems like you may have solved the dilemma in posting!

Welcome to the Sensational Senior Group. We are small in number but we have tons of experience and advice.  Stay with us and keep on the narrow road to having healthier lungs.  Keep on keep in’ on… advice from a long time Forum member.  Susan 

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