Originally Posted by bruceha2000
I never saw that. When she was out foraging so were they. It may have happened that there were times a chick or two were under her as she moved, I wasn't out with them much. The beauty of having a broody watch over them. But I had to coax her to bring them out of the barn when they are about 1.5 weeks old. BOSS is so helpful
Geez Lisa, you don't need to "yell".
So sorry to hear it LG, I know that story! Do you get them often enough to have Replax on hand? DD1 hits that when she gets an "on top" migraine over her permanent one. You have to be pretty fast with it though as soon as you realize what is happening. But she isn't supposed to take it more than twice a week.
No, I don't get them often enough, and they are more often than not fleeting and may only be visual or sensory, not pain. Sometimes, I'll loose vision in one "field" or even have the side of my face or an arm go numb. I get confused, like will sit and stare at a single typed word, trying to make sense of it. Mimics a stroke, and when I first started having them, I thought I was having TIA's or coming down with MS. Vision stuff looks like watching a flourescent Tetris game, or looking through from the back side of a colorful water fall, even with eyes closed. Then, there'll be a day like yesterday, when they just keep circling around and coming back to visit all day. Those days are accompanied with pain and nausea. Usually mine are light triggered.
Originally Posted by sunflour
I'm glad you did, the update deserves notice.
IMO Large and Bold is emphasis and not a shout. I type in caps all day long at work. A lot easier and quicker than shift - key use. When I first posted anything on the net got scolded for shouting, DH had to explain that one to me.
As far as YELLING on the keyboard, I find that whole concept to be foolish, and childish. Since when is emphasizing something considered to be rude? Oh, yeah... now when everybody has to be so insanely PC that you can't voice an opinion without getting someone's knickers in a twist!
Edited by lazy gardener - 2/20/16 at 11:37am