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I haven't tried hatching, but I suppose it's like anything else...the more you do it, the better it goes for you. I'm looking forward to hearing how your duck hatch goes and maybe seeing a picture or two.
BTW, how's your wife doing Phil? Hope things are ok there.
- POOF Goes the Pooka
I'm glad your wife is doing well, Phil. I'm hoping her doctor visit goes well, and hoping y'all get a simple and reassuring explanation for what happened a few days ago.
Dang, Rachel, I'm sure the breathing issue is a lot more frustrating for you to deal with than it is for me to read about, but I was so hoping that you were finally getting that issue behind you. Everyone here is coughing and wheezing, but our explanation is seasonal - it's Pollen Season. When everything is covered with yellow dust, and the puddles have a broad yellow "bathtub ring," it's not hard to figure out why we have breathing issues. At least ours will go away in a week or two, hope yours clears up soon, too.
Babies are good, pollen is aggravating, breathing issues bite it, spouses getting better is good, wind I hate, but Spring is here, and hope raises eternal. Everyone, allow yourselves a GOOD day.
- Innocent Bystander
You too Sour!
Darn sour...that's almost poetic!
A near miss is as good as a hit, right?