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cimac

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Posted: 03/16/19 09:44am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Richard, glad you have answers to move forward on.

I just went thru that. I have severe diverticulitis and have had many colon polyps. Mother died of colon cancer. Just went for routing colonoscopy 12 days ago and he found a polyp he did not like and could not say if it was cancer until the biopsy results. It was a long wait but the results came back yesterday as not cancer but precancerous. That means a colonoscopy every two to three years but I will be fine with that. The diverticulitis often causes discomfort and he says some day I will need a bowel resection to remove the worst part. If it gets infected you will know, it really hurts but antibiotics clear it up. What I eat does not seem to make any difference.

Dogs are good, Daisy is waiting for summer and Guy is loving winter. Waiting for camping season to get here.


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Charles that was some good news.


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Happy St. Patrick's day.

Spring is right around the corner. After Monday we will start on a little dry spell with the temperatures getting back to normal. Weather man said we could be in the 60's by next weekend. Yes 60's I am looking forward to 60 degree days because that means 70's are not that far behind.

Enjoy your day and don't drink to much GREEN beer. [emoticon]

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Thanks Charles for the post. Are you and Charlotte coming to Sevierville in October? It would be nice to see you.

Dan you get excited about it being 60 degrees. I get excited when it hits 70 degrees. Next week we will go back to the mid 50's, that winter for us. There is also a threat of frost one or two nights. I will be glad when we really have spring and then summer, can't wait.


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G etting a "new to us" 2007 Lance 915 truckcamper next week. My husband and I were married 29 years ago on St. Patrick's Day.


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agteacher wrote:

G etting a "new to us" 2007 Lance 915 truckcamper next week. My husband and I were married 29 years ago on St. Patrick's Day.


Happy Anniversary.

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agteacher wrote:

G etting a "new to us" 2007 Lance 915 truckcamper next week. My husband and I were married 29 years ago on St. Patrick's Day.


Congratulations on your anniversary and on your new Lance camper. I have been praying for you and your husband since you requested it and just wondering how you'll are doing?

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Good morning everyone. It's chilly outside this morning at 39 degrees. Sue and the girls have gone for a walk while I finished breakfast and type on the forum. Lizzie has disappeared, but she is somewhere close.

Things have been quiet here, just taking it easy, Last night son Scott called and wanted to meet us in Savannah the weekend of April 20th so I guess this will be our first outing of the year. Sue has a friend she went to school with coming for a visit the end of this month. She lost her husband and she is lonely so she decided to come South for a visit.

Sue just got back and said it is cold outside. Old Fella sent 48 puppies and adult dogs to the rescue in Salem Massachusetts Friday morning. It's amazing how this all worked out for everyone concerned. All of those souls finding forever homes so far up North.

Okay I need to get moving so I will close for now wishing everyone a blessed day. Be sure to give the fur babies a hug for me and be sure to tell someone you love them.

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Dixie Flyer wrote:

Old Fella sent 48 puppies and adult dogs to the rescue in Salem Massachusetts Friday morning. It's amazing how this all worked out for everyone concerned. All of those souls finding forever homes so far up North.


That is awesome! Old Fella's presence is still felt after all these years.

My electrician friend came over on Saturday and installed a 50 amp receptacle for the motor home. It will be nice to be able to have full power to the motor home instead of the 15 amp circuit I was plugged into before. Now when I need to do a good inside cleaning, I can run the air conditioning without having to run the generator.

We just got past a tax deadline on Friday so have another month to go before things quiet down at work.

I hope everyone has a great day.

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We are doing well. Jeff has been in remission for over 6 years now. Still taking the colostrum and working.

Need some prayers now for my brother and his wife. He was just diagnosed with prostate cancer and she is fighting her 3rd round of cancer.

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