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Old 02-12-2016, 12:24   #4921
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Oh, 85 for me this morning. And today we received Lyn's "birth certificate" from the French "Kennel Club". Yes, she was born - not (as I suspected) designed by a mad scientist aiming to produce the fiend she's rapidly developing into.
The mad scientist was busy messing with my kids....
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A 72 (4.0) this morning.

When I go shopping with BH, I get to size up the store by determining how many steps it takes to walk the perimeter. I either run into her again at the checkout lines or get a "Let's go" text. Sometimes, I get to push the buggy.

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Nancy- i can understand how it is to see a parent in this state. But you are lucky- i see in your post details that you are 63. I am a little more than half your age and it has already been 13 years since i lost my father. I could give up so much of what i have to just see him playing with my kids.

It is not easy to go through what you are. But the fond memories you have are so much more than what many have to make do with. Just hold that thought and i pray you all will get through this tough time.
Oh Paulomi, my father is almost 92. Death is not the concern here. In his religion death will allow him to rejoin my mother, who died a few months ago, and his beloved sister and brother. Death will be sad. But it will be a welcome release. The struggle and coping is seeing his body grow weaker and more pained and more miserable.

Hospice medications begin today. They are not meant to heal anything. They are meant to give him as good a quality of life as he can have. In my heart, I hope this helps. I hope it lets him drift away.

You my dear, who lost your father so young. Even now, many years later, you have my sympathy at that sad loss.

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164 this morning.

It's zero out this morning, going up to 12. Same for the weekend but lower. At least there's no snow until next week when it's getting up in the mid-40s. Well, February is always the worst month in Connecticut and we've only a couple of weeks to go.

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Same here, John . . . we're going down to single digits tomorrow, and the following day is forecast to be up to 60°. I shudder for the poor plants & trees trying to survive such wide temperature changes. We lost three huge trees just a coupla years ago - two oaks and a sycamore - and I have to think weather like this has shortened their lives. Our oaks are prob'ly 100yo at least - because our house is even older than that. And that sycamore was about 3' in diameter . . . musta been really old for a sycamore.



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100 (5.5) this morning. Well, down from yesterday at least.
High pressure continues to dominate the area and keeps temps up and rain out. It's really quite pleasant although it would be helpful if we could get more rain. Next chance late next week.
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135 this morning. Still got the 30-40 pt spike an hour later but I have noticed it's starting to drop more quickly than before so I'll just keep at it.

It's spring-like here. Nice, but I agree with Shanny, the flora and fauna must be so confused...or maybe that's just me.

I did have a dream that I was at a party and put a cracker in my mouth and then thought "I don't need this" and spit it out. Yay!

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And @ CCD - I lost my dad two years ago and I'm still grieving - I'm guessing it never really goes away. I too am sorry for your loss.
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35 this morning. Another beautiful day ahead. I hope yours is, too.

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119, highest in a month! Were the salted peanuts in the shell and one light beer worth it? I don't think it's a big deal as my A1c is on the high side of normal, but at least I'm aware I probably shouldn't snack like that every night.

Nancy, my best goes out to you and your Pa! I'll have that to deal with as far as both my folks go in the future. They live alone and are 94 and 96 and in very good health for their age.
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