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Morning All! I know some of you will be waiting for this day--last work day of the week and beginning of Super Bowl weekend. Stan and I don't do anything special for SB Sunday anymore. The group we used to gather with have moved or (dare I say it) died. It's o.k. I'm not much of a football follower anyway.

Back to work today. My life should get back to normal next week. That is, at least until the accountant emails back a list of things she still needs. I've given up believing delivering the package means "that's it." I can live with it. It is all about expectations.

Judy, glad you got those bills caught up. There was a brief time in our marriage that Stan did it but I believe in a marriage, we each should do what we do well. Stan's is cooking, maintaining autos, and most of the manual labor.

Have a good day all. If I get time to check back in, that means it will have been a good day for me lol.

Judy in KW

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Good morning, everyone!

It was 63 degrees as I rode to work this morning. Forecast high is 71. I'm hoping to make it home before this evening's big storms arrive. I rode to work all five days this week, and ended up with 542 miles ridden in January, not a bad winter month total for me.

The Dallas-Fort Worth area has been officially declared drought-free. That's still not true for a lot of Texas though. Last week's flood was the biggest January rain ever recorded here, and the month was among the 10 wettest ever for January. You just never know about the weather around here. It felt strange to be wearing shorts for my ride to work this morning.

Nothing too exciting planned for the weekend, I'm thinking I'll do a little fishing at Benbrook tomorrow and do a bike ride on the tandem on Sunday. I may or may not watch any of the Super Bowl.

Time to get back to work. Have a great day, all!

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Hi everyone! I have been missing for a few weeks, so I am very behind on how all you have been doing. I have been reading MI Judy's care pages and am so happy you are home again! That was a long haul - phew!! And Stephanie, know that my prayers are with you - keep up that sense of humor and you will do well!

Eric, I have to thank you for introducing me to The Corries, I enjoy them! This is a You Tube link to one of my favorite American groups - I think you might enjoy them, they play in your neck of the woods alot (this video is from Shetland). They are called Crooked Still. http://m.youtube.com/index?desktop_uri= ... qqwC5y6SR4 I plan on having this version of Ain't No Grave Gonna Hold My Body Down played at my memorial service!!

I have been kind of in a major slump on my end. I have been in a bit of pain, which makes sleeping impossible and enjoying the day even more so. So I have not been online as much, not much desire to do anything. But I promised myself I would get back to the air, because a little fresh air always makes one feel better!! I just wrote a long email to my doctor, updating him on everything, in preparation for my appointment on Monday. Hopefully we can figure this all out and get back to enjoying life.

Phil (the only Official groundhog) saw his shadow, so six more weeks of winter. Since it has been in the 40s and 50s here in New England, that is doable!

Enjoy your day everyone!


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It's evening here,

Janet, nice to see you here! Thanks for following my care page posts. I appreciate that. It sure has been a long haul. One that I'm afraid is getting tiresome so am not going to post much about it. It's life right? We take it and live it the best we can.

I hope your letter gets you some pain relief and back to living more fully. I do enjoy when folks come here to post. It's fun to just see updates and see how folks are.

Bud, I saw the big storms coming. It looks like things are gong to get crazy for a while. 542 miles is fantastic! Congrats! It seems very warm even for you in Texas! It was in the 50's here this week. Very strange weather. Good to see you back at the fishing, and seeing the drought is getting better. My b-i-l in San Antonio says it's crazy how low the waters are.

My husband has buddies coming over for the first ice fishing of the season. How bizarre is that? It's been sunny and warm, so of course I'm worried for them. They claim there is 4 inches of ice out there, but that seems like not that much to me. He's going with buddies, so hopefully they will bring life jackets just in case.

My weekend is one more of rest, rest, rest. Seems like the recovery is taking a long time, but it is what it is, so I'll just keep sleeping and hope one day to be kissed by a prince and wake up again.

Judy in MI

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