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Old 09-28-2014, 15:01   #7001
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98 (5.4) this morning. Cold front moving through here also, 37° this morning but no rain in sight.

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Old 09-28-2014, 16:16   #7002
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98 (5.4) this morning. Cold front moving through here also, 37° this morning but no rain in sight.
SNAP! A 5.4 on this side of the pond as well. A nice autumn day here and sunny.

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105 this AM. I expected lower, ate very LC yesterday, no breakfast, very small dinner. I also did a brisk 3 mile walk in the rain and wind before dark.

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I was 94 this morning. Result of too much roast for dinner?

Friend who is a Mac geek came over and says it may be my logic board going bad but could have been my bluetooth mouse also. Tells me it's time for me to trade it in. Sigh...




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This morning I was 7.2 in Sunny South Africa, because I cheated last night on my diet.Lesson Learnt.

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67 (3.7) this cloudy morning, and unexpected 108 (5.98) at bedtime. Maybe too much protein at dinner, or maybe this sore throat is going to turn into something?????

Anyone have any handy dandy remedies for something in the eye?? I have something in my right eye, can't see it, but it fells like a grain of sand. Started about noon as I was sitting at the table having some coffee. I've done the flush with water, look up/down/side to side and it doesn't seem to want to budge. Any other tricks?

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I usually use fake tears - eyedrops and try to flood the eye every few hours and then gently pull down to see if it's something I can gently remove with my other hand. Good luck - eye issues are the worst.

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5.1 this morning, thanks to "Rapid Calc" and insulin. It sure as hell wasnt about the diet, yesterday.

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95 (5.2) this morning

grammaB, if the 'something in the eye' does not clear, it could be a scratch. For me, that means liquid tears to sooth and time. I hope it is already gone.

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231 this morning, however I did spend a few hours below 150 yesterday which was lovely.

Aliyamet, welcome! It's terrific to have South Africans here - I love to hear news from that part of the world.

Pat, I'm sorry you've got a sick Mac! The great drawback of them being the cost and, like PCs, the apparent necessity of replacing them every few years.

By the way, we had quite a congregation of buzzards here yesterday. Sitting on the deck, I saw one flying quite high just out over the woods. He was shortly joined by another and soon I counted six. It's the season when coyote kits are being taught to hunt and there are frequently deer carcasses out in the woods that the buzzards come to clean up.

The buzzards are very beautiful when flying but the sight of so many is spooky. Of course, the awful shrieking of packs of coyotes hunting at night is simply horrifying.

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