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  • SGalisa
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    W = Well, ultra busy. Still doing clean up from this Spring's constant rain that eventually found a hole in the roof and enlarged it over the years to the point where it just found its way down into a bedroom and did damage from ceiling to floor. So, we've already had the insurance folks look at the damage, etc.; and eventually, once all of the items are sorted out of the room (we have extremely limited space!), we can start actual work on it. Roof was fixed first, tho..!
    Never-ending work --plus deterioration always in progress-- in this life...

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  • imzadi35
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    T - The Apollo 11 space mission took off 60 years ago today, and even though I wan't thought of back then, I've been fascinated by it ever since.

    U - Under a clear sky at 9:32 am ET the Saturn 5 rocket took off for space. Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins were on board Apollo 11's space capsule.

    V - Voice of Walter Cronkite at CBS News was heard around the world when they broadcast the launch. Wish I'd have been alive to see it and experience it.

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  • pscard
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    Q - Quite happy that your injuries weren't worse.

    R - Really try to be careful, or get yourself a deflector shield.

    S - Someone is looking out for you!

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  • imzadi35
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    N - No way! :O I hope you're okay. Sounds like a nasty fall, but glad the angels were there to protect you from further harm.

    O - Ouchie to the sore finger, but glad you had ice with you.

    P - Plenty of A/C's running today, as the temps here are supposed to be around 91, and the dew points in the upper 70's. Hot and muggy here, but I'll be inside until I go to work later.

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  • SGalisa
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    J = Just *casually* passing this info on (now), as it was quite serious when it happened. LOL..!!! I had a very *nasty* fall over this weekend (tripped on a steel train-rail), while doing volunteer work (at a choo-choo train location). Got a giant lump on my forehead with a bunch of scratches, but my eyes miraculously didn't get cut or injured --I had fallen with my glasses on and the lenses got badly scratched, but the frames AND the lenses did NOT break... if they did, I could have lost my vision, permanently.

    K = Keeping this posting limited here for *the longer story* of my seemingly silly accident that I mentioned on the "Earth's future..."(link is here) topic. Very fascinating in the other events that happened afterward, too, and VERY fortunate that maybe an angel *protected* my eyes during the flying-thru-the-air, tumble-splat(!!!) I suffered thru.
    ---- It seems bizarre and unreal thinking about how everything happened in sequence and *where* and who all was involved in each place. Details are in the post at the Earth's topic link... and YES, it got documented for my health records with photos (noting this tidbit for those personas who might find this and any *other* story as totally unbelievable). Eye doctors place got a nice view of the injuries (I had to get a replacement for my glasses/lenses, so they recommended I get my vision checked first in case the prescription changed)... My Dentist could have seen it too, but that appointment isn't til after the end of this week.
    ---- I told TPTB that I'm probably gonna get banned from ever (volunteer) working at that place ever again... I have such a history of getting injured there in the dumbest ways, so much, that the "boss" wants to put me into a foot thick of bubble wrap to protect me, while being there.

    L = Listing this nasty tumble of mine to the lingering other list(s) of crazy events that have happened to me in my life. I'd mention a few other situations that horribly hurt, like the first time I walked into a steel pipe on that same train (different time/event), because I forgot the metal bar was there... and I turned around and moved full speed ahead -- WHACK!!! Ohhhhh did that one hurt bad!!! Heard something move out of place in my skull. Owww! AND to make matters worse, NO ONE had any ice for the cold drinks that were sold during that event. Just the cold weather kept the sodas cool enough to drink, so NO ICE was needed... until I needed it for my swelling skull injury!

    M = MUST carry my own ICE block now. LOL..! Since it seems that no one ever has solid ICE on site, I have made a habit of carrying my own bottle of solid ICE, just in case something horrendous happens. Sure enough, one year I dislocated my finger on the steel piping of a seat, while grabbing the bar to balance myself while walking thru a moving train car... no one had ICE, but me that time. Ouch...! I needed to ice my finger between rides to reduce the swelling.

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  • imzadi35
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    G - Got it downloaded. It was a 7z file, and I needed to have something to unzip it. So I downloaded WinRAR and it worked!

    H - Have the program on my new computer now. Can't wait to start using it!

    I - It rained here this morning. Pretty heavy, too. Got about 1.30" of rain, so says the local meteorologist. But the sun is supposed to come out later today. I just hope it doesn't get too humid after the rain this morning.

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  • pscard
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    E - Eventually you'll be able to download it, but do you get an error message?

    F - Flash drive perhaps? Download then copy it to your PC?

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  • imzadi35
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    B - Been trying to redownload one of my computer programs and have been having trouble.

    C - Can't get it to redownload. I'm still trying though.

    D - Damp it is here because it's been raining all morning where I live. What's the weather been doing where YOU live?

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  • pscard
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    Z - Zounds!

    A - And away we go!

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  • SGalisa
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    U = Uncertain futures are often scary, but we've learned to expect the unexpected more often than most people seem to be experiencing or dealing with on a daily basis.

    V = Very appreciative of *positive* thoughts and comforting prayers. *Thank you!*, Stargate Atlantis Girl

    W = Wholesome wellness for imzadi35... If you go with the apple cider vinegar solution, you can also put it on some lettuce or salad and drink it as part of the salad dressing that way, too. My mom got me into the habit of using apple cider vinegar a lot.

    X = Xtra vinegar... Now, I actually prefer those salad dressings over French or mild Italian. I add extra balsamic vinegar to my regular Italian and other balsamic/oil mixtures. Sometimes I think it might be too much, but so far it hasn't reacted bad on me.

    Y = Yes... (generic *you* to everyone here) Was reading about people suffering with GERD need to put more (apple) cider vinegar acid into their stomachs, because for whatever the reason, it counteracts the stomach acids from coming back up with GERD (acid reflux/regurgitation vomiting). Some people don't take enough vinegar related foods, and have more GERD problems than others. Balancing out the natural vinegar acids added to combat the bitter stomach acids (sometimes?) helps in making a healthier gut. But one suggestion is to also add the teaspoon of vinegar to a glass of water -- to help dilute it going down the throat, and help it from feeling that ultra burning feeling and super sour taste.

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  • Stargate Atlantis Girl
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    R-Raw Apple cider vinegar with the “mother” (you’ll see it labeled when you look for it) is the best kind to get if you want all of the benefits. I take 1 teaspoon in the morning, one in the afternoon, and one at night. It’s pretty strong, but you can dilute it in water and drink it if you prefer. You can always start with twice a day too, I’m just used to it by now. I hope it helps!

    S-SG Alisa, thinking of you!

    T-Totally happy about the three day week I have coming up!

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  • SGalisa
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    Q = Quickly... Sending a *thank you* to imzadi35. I almost sent you an email or PM on FB, but was hoping I could keep my hubby's stuff off of FB... He gets upset over me sharing about his woes on there... But prayers and kind words are always encouraging.

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  • imzadi35
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    M - Me, I'm doing okay, and right now my headaches are not so bad. But there are bad days though sometimes. I might have to try that apple cider remedy though and see if that works. How do you do it?

    N - New computer (i.e. laptop), I had to get because my other one was dying. It was over 8 years old anyway, and it was time. Now to tell my mom I did it! LOL!

    O - Oh the joys of setting up a new computer to your way of doing things! I haven't gotten a whole lot on here, but I'm starting to.

    P - Prayers being sent, SG Alisa, not only for you but your hubby and family as well.

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  • SGalisa
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    K = Kindness... is always appreciated. pscard, thank you for your compassionate thoughts & prayers.

    L = Leaning on Jesus is the only reliable support system I really have. He is my strength and guiding light, always... I'd definitely be more of an emotional wreck than I already am without HIS presence being there beside me, as well as carrying me, when I can't continue on my own (and sometimes literally from the spasms and chronic arthritis pains).

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  • pscard
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    G - Goodness.

    H - Hope things turn around.

    I - It's wonderful that so many people offered to help you out. Don't be shy. Accept their invitation.

    J - Jesus is working through them,

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