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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by granny hatchet, Mar 9, 2014.
enjoy your day girls. I just heard the s word for here. Hope its not true.
Low 70s here yesterday and today. We are supposed to get cold weather next week. And by that they mean highs of only 55! This is when I can put up with all the things that drive me crazy about living in CA. I'm not freezing.
Lots of chores to get done today. Both coops need cleaning, more laundry, clear out the garden beds, and help #2son gather materials for his science fair project. He is building tesla coils and measuring the size of the electric fields. At least we hope he is.
Hope everyone is having a nice day. See you later!
Good to hear from you enola! Prayers for Mike, hoping he feels better.
I prefer female dogs, male dogs are harder headed, not as willing to please.
Speaking of odd.....
Some say Lady Gaga was born a hermaphrodite.....
Yep, a little odd....
Good evening good evening all
I'm afraid I've fallen off the wagon again
I'm feeling pants and have a spin on
Have had a super fab day and a wonderful lunch Bur far too much to drink. Only 6 pm here and I may need to go to sleep
Enola, lovely to see you back amd I hope things are ok and that you have only been MIA due to lack of data
Sciatica pain is painful to.everyone mine put me down for the count and because it's nerve pain most pain meds won't help I have diabetic neuropathy and my lyrica a actually helps my sciatica some
When Megan and I went to Europe, we were lucky enough to get to do this!! We loved it! I would do it again in a heart beat.
I get it too and I go to a chiropractor to have my back cracked back into place. It is painful and I mean sometimes very painful, sit down and you may get trapped as the pain just won't let you move!! Move and the pain is just 100 times worse. As said pain killers don't really work on it until you can release that sciatic nerve. You are not being a baby granny
I go crying to my chiropractor when I get it. Nothing else helps.
Twist them off with a pair of pliers. My rooster didn't even flinch!