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#21 Teresa55

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Posted 06 July 2016 - 03:18 PM

Having surgery on my foot tomorrow. 6wks of non weight bearing on it. They could splint it without surgery, but it would be 8wks and then possible surgery if it didn't heal. I went for the sure thing.

Dogs don't like the crutches, and stay well away from them. Don't have to worry about a thing.
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#22 Zeijaku Hāto

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Posted 06 July 2016 - 08:39 PM

The Irish Medical system is horribly frustrating and God only knows what could be achieved, if people would just listen! For the last 5 years I was HARASSED by my local health nurse to bring my son to all these eye specialists because apparently eye conditions are passed from the mother. Or so I was told. I myself have an eye condition known as Retinochorioditis. In short, I have no vision on the left and partial vision damage in the right. With light sensitivity, night blindness and a finicky optic nerve. Because of this, my son was tested up and down, even though it is not possible for him to catch it from me. Retinochorioditis is not hereditary, but a result from exposure of Toxioplasmosis. I was blue in the face telling doctor after doctor this. Five years!! And they've finally decided I was right, my child's eyes are perfectly fine. 

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Goodness! Good luck with that Teresa! 


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#23 Teresa55

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Posted 07 July 2016 - 10:55 AM

Glad your son is fine vision wise.
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#24 Zeijaku Hāto

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Posted 07 July 2016 - 03:18 PM

Glad your son is fine vision wise.

 

Same. Sadly my vision is creating issues. I'm heading to Dublin next Wednesday to get some tests done. There is a slight chance I am loosing my remaining vision. Or it's a glitch in my optic nerve. I'm hoping for the latter because its fixable. The former  isn't. So good feelings everybody! I need them!


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Posted 07 July 2016 - 07:11 PM

Having surgery on my foot tomorrow. 6wks of non weight bearing on it. They could splint it without surgery, but it would be 8wks and then possible surgery if it didn't heal. I went for the sure thing.

Dogs don't like the crutches, and stay well away from them. Don't have to worry about a thing.

 

Sure hope all went well for you today! 


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Posted 07 July 2016 - 08:03 PM

Em:  Lots of good feelings, thoughts and vibes for you every day!!

 

Teresa:  Now you get to stay off that foot -- really.  Hope it went well.


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Posted 09 July 2016 - 01:25 PM

Things went fine, and mom is here to help out. Keeping off the foot, and things are going well overall. My knee scooter will arrive today, and I'm looking forward to being more mobile.
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#28 Zeijaku Hāto

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Posted 12 July 2016 - 12:47 PM

I need to learn to say no. Went to my parents. Look who came home with me.

 

Polo:

 

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Two strays that showed up at my parents. We're pretty sure they were both abandoned. Polo was pretty cut up and Bonnie is deaf and heavily pregnant, but both are such snuggle bugs!!! 

Cat crazy again till I get forever homes for them LOL


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#29 Teresa55

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Posted 12 July 2016 - 01:58 PM

Got a sucker tattoo on your forehead, Emza. ;).
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#30 Zeijaku Hāto

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Posted 12 July 2016 - 02:25 PM

Got a sucker tattoo on your forehead, Emza. ;).

 

Yes and a soft as mush one on my back  :lollol:


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Posted 14 July 2016 - 12:29 PM

So I'm one week away from heading to San Antonio to see Garth Brooks, I already plan to take my Kindle with me to the trip along with some audiobooks on my phone.

 

My reading lists will be:

 

Stars of Fortune and Bay of Sighs along with some self-employment help books

 

In terms of Audiobooks I plan to listen to: Strong Enough to Die by Jon Land and Green Lantern: Sleepers Book 1 along with some self-employment help books.

 

One more thing, I think the point of a vacation is to allow an individual to turn off his or her side of the world, with that said I do not plan to live blog my experiences with the concerts nor do I plan to be on my Facebook or Twitter when I'm over there, mostly because I'm at a point to where I want to scream at the world and I think Garth will be helpful in letting me vent.


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Posted 14 July 2016 - 03:15 PM

How's your foot Teresa?

 

Emza, those are beautiful cats.

 

EO enjoy the concert! I love Garth Brooks.



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Posted 14 July 2016 - 10:24 PM

Ilene - How's Teresa's food?

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Posted 14 July 2016 - 10:36 PM

LOL Ruth!!! I fixed it.  Her food is most likely better then anything I can cook up though.



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Posted 15 July 2016 - 02:11 PM

My food is fine, lol. Went out to dinner last night with my scooter, and am getting around. DD came up and made a couple of casseroles to freeze. Mom is making salads when we're home.

My foot is ok. I'm keeping off of it and am able to get around on my scooter. Everything is more of an effort. I had a root canal right before this happened and I'll take a root canal any day over this. I'm doing a lot of reading. I got for a f/u on my surgery next week and will see how that goes.
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Posted 15 July 2016 - 08:17 PM

This whole broken bone thing is so NOT good.  It's the reason I am soooo afraid of falling.  Hearing about your foot is the third experience I've heard about recently. One friend fell at the Lavender Festival and broke five ribs on her left side, then my cousin fell rinsing off her deck (hated hose) and broke both bones in her right hand just above the wrist (OUCH).  My thoughts are with you, stay safe, Teresa, and good luck at your next exam.


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Posted 16 July 2016 - 12:35 PM

Thank you palomira.
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Posted 16 July 2016 - 01:05 PM

Glad to hear you're doing okay Teresa!

I've only ever fractured bones. My fingers waaaaaaaay too many times. My ribs due to a hilarious incident involving a rubbish bin. My knee, which four years later also led to a heap of annoyance when we discovered I tore the cartilage. My doctor is in a heap of trouble for ignoring my claims that my knee was damaged beyond a mild fracture and then there's the annoying fractures I get from time to time in my lower spine, thanks to my unstable vertebrae pulling and creating fractures that heal and fracture, heal and fracture.

Hmm.

I'm a walking disaster actually haha

 

My eyes got tested Wednesday. Probes in ones eyeballs is something I never EVER want to repeat. I'll get the results in a couple of weeks. Of course it lashed rain in Dublin and someone gave me wrong directions. Two hours to wait for the bus back to Westmeath, which meant sitting in wet clothes waaaaaay too long. I'm smothered with a cold, waiting on the garderner who tends to my grass and wishing I could go back to bed.

 

See? Walking disaster :lollol:  


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Posted 16 July 2016 - 01:12 PM

So I make no secret of the fact that I am a gamer, I've been one since the days of the original Nintendo Entertainment System with a decent size library of games that we had in our house back when I was around 3 years old, plus my mother was a huge Legend of Zelda player at that time.

 

Well this morning I found out I had a certain game in my collection that when I checked Ebay, I found out most gamers weren't kidding when they said this game was going up in price. Game is called Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance it was released in 2005 for Nintendo Gamecube and the highest price I found it going for on Ebay was 379.99. For the record, I do not plan to sell my copy because this is a good example of a prized possession.


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Posted 16 July 2016 - 05:45 PM

So I make no secret of the fact that I am a gamer, I've been one since the days of the original Nintendo Entertainment System with a decent size library of games that we had in our house back when I was around 3 years old, plus my mother was a huge Legend of Zelda player at that time.

 

Well this morning I found out I had a certain game in my collection that when I checked Ebay, I found out most gamers weren't kidding when they said this game was going up in price. Game is called Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance it was released in 2005 for Nintendo Gamecube and the highest price I found it going for on Ebay was 379.99. For the record, I do not plan to sell my copy because this is a good example of a prized possession.

 

Never did understand games. I'm currently driven mad by all this Pokemon Go nonsense 


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