More Snow

By: plapman , 1:02 PM GMT on March 08, 2013

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Today will be cloudy with fog patches that developed overnight dissipating this morning.
The will be -3C2(7F).
Tonight will remain cloudy with a low of -14C(7F).
Another trip to the doctor yesterday and a new prescription. I think I have more pills than the pharmacy.
Just to cheer myself up I looked at the forecast for the coming week. Bad move.
20% chance of snow tomorrow, 40% chance of snow Monday, 30% chance of snow on Wednesday.
I think I'll use the blower as a plough today and push the snow into piles befor I blow it onto the lawn. if I keep packing it down the ruts will be deep when and if it ever starts to melt.
Everyone enjoy their day.

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8. WunderAlertBot (Admin)
11:58 AM GMT on March 13, 2013
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7. Ylee
8:12 PM GMT on March 11, 2013
Hi, Tony! Hope you're doing OK!
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6. masshysteria
3:32 PM GMT on March 10, 2013
Good Morning, Plap!

Thanks for updating me yesterday on your current situation. I don't believe many of us knew that you had been battling a lung infection along with everything else. Is this infection related to pneumonia-like symptoms or something else? Hopefully, either antibiotics or other effective treatments will knock it out of there to where you're feeling much more comfortable. I didn't realize that stroke patients were much more easily susceptible to pneumonia, etc., especially, when subsequent to more recent stroke symptoms, until a pulmonologist pointed it out to us after hubby's sudden bout last mid-August. Thankfully, it was detected early enough for a combination of penicillin and antiobiotics to knock it out of his system within ten days. Hope you're current meds will do the same for your type of infection!! I realize, from a purely observation standpoint, how miserable, dejecting and overwhelming it can all be. Hubby was flat out for several days until he was able to regain his physical and emotional strength again. Our thoughts and prayers remain with you for a complete recovery and better times ahead!!
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5. Alleyoops
11:18 AM GMT on March 10, 2013
Good Sunday morning, Tony. Hope your feeling better and that it is starting to warm up a bit on the Prairie. It's already 41F here going on up to 60F today. Sure looking forward to a taste of Spring even if it's going to cool down some the rest of the week. Going to try to get out and do a survey of the yard to see just what winter damage there is and do a little tidying up.

Have a great day dear one. Still trying to get use to the time change...Bah Humbug. Why not abolish this now, it's not really needed anymore since Trains are no longer the main mode of travel.
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4. masshysteria
4:15 PM GMT on March 09, 2013
Good Morning, Plap!

So sorry that you now must rely on so many pills to start each day and how overwhelming it can all feel. Hubby must use a Sunday through Saturday pill organizer to keep all of his straight and even then can get confused from time to time. I've had to oversee and create a simplified list of am and pm directives as well as reminders as to which ones will need refills in the near future. Can get tricky and confusing for me as well.

Hope that you and your doctors are able to stay on top of everything and that your meds will help to maintain a reasonable balance.

We just experienced a challenging Nor'easter our way which has caused permanent destructive beach erosion to large parts of our Mass. coastal shorelines. A few homes are now condemned and one, in particular, fell into the sea. So glad that we live much farther inland, received only a manageable amount of heavy, wet, snow and are finally faced with a sunny, blue-skied Saturday and weekend for a change. Hope that this snowstorm was the last of the season and that better weather will be on tap for us all! I think, at this point, it's a general consensus that we've all had enough snow and cold for a lifetime!

May you and yours remain warm, protected and as well as possible while heading towards, hopefully, better days ahead!

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3. shoreacres
12:42 PM GMT on March 09, 2013
Well, at least the sun's coming up! We've got clouds and the possibility of rain - more chance tomorrow, it seems. We need it badly. We're already hearing drought talk. My big project for the day is getting the car a good wash. It's pollen season - another sign of spring!
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2. Ylee
7:49 AM GMT on March 09, 2013
Hi, Tony! I'm ready for spring, too!
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1. Alleyoops
12:52 AM GMT on March 09, 2013
Hi Tony, sorry to hear you are still have problems with your health and that a new pill has been added to your already full cabinet of meds. More snow in your forecast does not help either. We got up into the low 40s here today, up to around 50F tomorrow. Lots of sunshine. Had the front door opened to let the air circulate a bit through the house. I think its time you move down to this area.
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