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Old 05-20-2014, 15:05   #5151
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81 (4.5) yesterday and 86 (4.8) this morning.

Dug out some old clothes that I haven't been able to wear in years, and were too small back then. Some are perfect, while others are too large. I never thought that this was possible, losing weight with no effort. Soon nothing will fit. Wish I enjoyed tailoring.

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5.6 (101). The Lantus seems to be working, holding steady at 24 units.

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95 this morning.

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80 (4.4) this morning. The Mohs surgery ( for skin cancer ) went very well yesterday and just one more to go, at least for now.
Cooling temperature today and a chance of thunder storms today and tomorrow. Warming back up to the 80's by the weekend.

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89 this morning. I pray it keeps drifting down! Get well Mollie. Hope you get a downward drift, John.




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Snap Wally! 80 (4.4) here this lovely morning too!! 58 (3.2) at bedtime.

65įF under partly cloudy skies, but the sun is shining brightly. Was shutting off the heater in my pump house and discovered a snake den in the insulation in the roof!! ewwww! Then I was trimming the edges that didn't get mowed around my outside pump and a snake slithered by! EWWWW!! They have had a den in my side yard for years, maybe the flood forced them to a new home....these are small and harmless, but, I hate (am scared of) snakes!. Need to talk to my pest control people about what to do.

@(((Mollie))) sending healing energy your way. Boo is back to his old self. The vet's assistant suggested I try mixing canned pumpkin in his dry food just to get a little more moisture into his system. I thought "oh yeah this picky eater is going to eat canned pumpkin?" Well turns out he really likes it!! Who would have thought???

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Gramma, I live in snake heaven and what I found works the best is old fashioned moth balls. Snakes really hate the smell of it and run from it.

Glad Boo's back to his normal self and likes pumpkin! Who'd a thunk that? My cat won't go near salmon of all things, but my outside cat is thrilled.




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A 5.2 makes me happy at 6am.

More rain today and a training afternoon to attend. We are coming out of the dark ages at work - outlook 2003 to 2013 and Windows 7. Lol

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Gramma, I live in snake heaven and what I found works the best is old fashioned moth balls. Snakes really hate the smell of it and run from it.

Glad Boo's back to his normal self and likes pumpkin! Who'd a thunk that? My cat won't go near salmon of all things, but my outside cat is thrilled.
Wow, Pat, thanks for the suggestion!! I am adding moth balls to my shopping list. So if I were to put them around my house how far apart should they be? I am just so scared they will take up residence under my house and end up getting inside. There was a home in SD, I think it was, that was over run with snakes some years back and the people just abandoned it if I recall correctly.

Yeah, the pumpkin really surprised me too. He's such a wily guy, he turns up his nose at it at first, then when I leave the room, he trots back and eats it up!

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Waylon drinks a lot more water in his old age than he did previously - and thank heaven he's broadened his horizons as well! For years he would drink only from the bathtub - drove us about nuts! Now he'll drink from Fritz' bowl as well as another bowl we situated in the kitchen - and also follows us to the bathroom for a little nip from the tub too. Goofy little creature!

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