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Thoughts for the Week / Re: Thoughts of the Month~October
« Last post by Ruth Ann Bice on October 16, 2018, 09:21:35 PM »
Hi, friends,

What a long time to be away!Our apartments are being renovated and, 2 floors at a time, we must either move into an open apartment in the tower, or be sent to a hotel for the period of about 2 months.  Of course I would fall into into the hotel group.  All my possessions were packed up by a moving company and stored in a storage facility, even including my piano.

I did not have access to the internet while away.  Today is the first time I have had internet access.  It has been so good to read posts from all of October.

My fixed up apartment is wonderful  Now, I must get things unpacked and put away.

I must close for the night. May God richly bless each person who comes here.

Ruth Ann
Thoughts for the Week / Re: Thoughts of the Month~October
« Last post by Rebot on October 16, 2018, 04:54:23 PM »
Greetings   I think the prescription leaflets sometimes are read by patients, before they take the medication.  And in some cases. after the leaflets are read, patients won't take the medication.[font]
Thoughts for the Week / Re: Thoughts of the Month~October
« Last post by Janet on October 16, 2018, 03:07:25 PM »
Jacqueline, that's a lovely card for our Pat!  Thank you for that, and do come back and visit with us!  We can't bite, from so far away!  ;)

Larry, sounds like you are staying busy, as usual.  And if you do sing in the kitchen, I'm sure it sounds beautiful!  :)

Carol, that much rain in Arizona surprises me!  But the weather has been crazy all over the place.

Yes, we are going to the gym and working pretty hard to get into shape for the walking required for the two trips.  The Guatemala one is an extra that wasn't planned, but we want to go help the missions team.

John, good to see a post from you, and thanks for the little update on Pat. She has suffered so much over these past three years, I just wish there were some way I could help her.

I agree about the medicine advertisements.  By the time they list all the possible side effects--including death--I say I'd rather keep my original problem, thank you.  Yes, we get all those inserts, but we do not read every word.

After going to the gym, we made a big breakfast, called it Brunch, then went out and cleaned in the garage for a couple hours or so.  Then I came to my computer, sent the back matter for the book, sent three endorsements, got out suitcases and talked about what we need.....been a busy and tiring day!
I planned to do some painting, but don't know if I have the energy left for it now.  Anyway---see you all later!
Thoughts for the Week / Re: Thoughts of the Month~October
« Last post by Carol on October 16, 2018, 12:45:09 PM »
Thank you Jacqueline for the beautiful card supporting Pat!!  It is very kind of you to take the time in making the card. 

Thanks John B for the update on Pat.  She is in prayer. 

Janet:  You sound pretty busy with a couple of trips coming up and a lot of walking.  I hope the weather cooperates for you two. 

Yesterday, I did get some fabric cut for a couple of projects.  That was in between making appointments, etc.  Don had a favorable outcome to the Acupuncture treatment.  He could drive without pain so we hope it works alright. 

My neighbor calculate three inches of rain over the last few days. 

Thoughts for the Week / Re: Thoughts of the Month~October
« Last post by Jacqueline on October 16, 2018, 09:33:02 AM »

Thoughts for the Week / Re: Thoughts of the Month~October
« Last post by JohnB on October 16, 2018, 09:08:59 AM »
Hi Larry. Just to answer your question about Pat. She has not come home from Hospital from her surgery yet. The hospital they are transferring her to has a large rehab program to help patients get back up and going after such surgeries. At the moment that's all we know for now. Hope all is going well with you. I sure wish sometimes that I lived down there where you are. We had our first snow of the season last night. Not looking forward to it coming again. I find that as I get older, I enjoy winter less each year. I would be a good candidate to go south for the winter if we could afford to do it. That's a bout it for the moment. Blessings everyone.
Thoughts for the Week / Re: Thoughts of the Month~October
« Last post by Rebot on October 16, 2018, 08:16:10 AM »
Greetings Larry  I think you will find that all prescriptions that are given to us from the  Doctor, will have a leaflet enclosed about the medication.  Telling us what it is for, when to take it, and the make up of the medication.  What is also listed,  is the possible side effects, that range from very rare cases of side effects to side effect's that might happen occasionally.   Though, in most cases most patients wont suffer any side effects at all.   

And some prescribed medications in their 'make up' do have opioids.

I see like me you have the odd 'typo' now and again.  In your post you meant kitchen chores, but said choirs, unless you were singing in the kitchen!  :)
Thoughts for the Week / Re: Thoughts of the Month~October
« Last post by Larry Hanna on October 16, 2018, 06:06:39 AM »
Hi Everyone. This is suppose to be the last day we are in the 80's, at least for a few days.  We also have a 50% chance of afternoon showers.  This is going to be a busy morning.  The kitchen choirs have been done and Pat's breakfast fixed for her.  In about an hour or so I will drive her down to to Church so she can help in the pricing of the items for the women's bazaar that will be held tomorrow.  I will come home and meet with my friend for an hour at 10 am and then go back down to the Church to get Pat and we will go to Chik-Fil-Lay for a good lunch.  I also contacted an individual to see about getting the outside of our home pressure washed and a repair done on the gate to our fence into the back yard.  He is suppose to call sometime today to set a time to come over and give me an estimate of the cost.  That will be it for today and that is plenty. 

Carol, I would like to see a ban put on advertising drugs on TV like they did with cigrarettes many years ago.  By the time they tell you of all the terrible side effects possible with them I have to wonder why a doctor would prescribe them.  I hope Don's Acupuncture treatment brought him some relief. 

Rebot, Pat still hasn't used the TENS unit but it is here when she is ready to try it.  I just heard and advertisement this morning for the drug store chain Walgreens saying they have now filled over 2 Billion prescriptions and that is just one drug store chain. 

Janet, you and Darrel certainly have a full schedule ahead with your foreign travel.  Our Church is having a "Pancakes for Bolivia" fund raiser to help support the annual mission trip members of our Church go on.  The lady heading this effort this year spoke briefly to our Sunday School class last Sunday and told us the trip costs around $35,000.  We have another mission team that goes to one of the Central America countries annually as well. 

Judy, have you heard any more from Pat.  I just read on Facebook that she was headed back to the hospital due to a problem that has developed with her hip and was requesting our prayers. 
Thoughts for the Week / Re: Thoughts of the Month~October
« Last post by Janet on October 15, 2018, 07:21:28 PM »
I managed to get some work done today; spent a few hours cleaning in my studio--it needed it!!

We are still working on getting ourselves strong so we can do the Guatemala trip and do the work required, along with the up and downhill walking.  But the Morocco trip is first, we leave for there a week from tomorrow.  (30th)

I'm tired, will go to bed and read a while.  I'm reading The Paradigm by Johnathan Cahn.  Fascinating!

See you tomorrow!
Thoughts for the Week / Re: Thoughts of the Month~October
« Last post by Rebot on October 15, 2018, 05:21:16 PM »
Greetings Larry  I do hope Pat does have some relief with the TENS machine.

Hubby said that seniors usually are worse off with increases.     
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