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By: whitewabit , 6:21 PM GMT on December 26, 2012

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49. WunderAlertBot (Admin)
6:33 AM GMT on December 30, 2012
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48. whitewabit
9:45 PM GMT on December 29, 2012
cold tonight going down to 10 degrees and with a west wind 5 to 15 the wind chill will be 0 or slightly below..

Be sure to bring pets in from the cold or give them warm shelter !!! Way to cold to leave them out !!!
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47. whitewabit
9:06 PM GMT on December 29, 2012
Quoting palmettobug53:
Have a feeling the crud is creeping up on me .. have a headache and that's how hers started ..

Ah, criminy.... Not you, too?

Hope you're well stocked up on chicken and rice soup, tea and honey!

Put a quarantine sign on the door. Don't let the grands in!

Sandi, we have Vicks here. Not sure about First Defense.

Just looked online; yeah, we have it here. That sounds like something I might be able to tolerate. If nothing else, I'll dose Hubby with it, the next time he starts complaining.


Have been taking Airborne since she started feeling sick.. but she snored in my ear most of the night a couple of nights ago but didn't have the heart to nudge her she had felt so bad ..

Headache is low grade hoping its just the weather change .. sun peaked out for about 30 seconds this afternoon..
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46. whitewabit
9:01 PM GMT on December 29, 2012
Quoting Beachfoxx:
Ugh!!!

My neighbors house is off limits! Mom, dad & 3 kids have the crud! If they need anything I told them to let me know & I would ring doorbell & leave it on front porch!

I've got a bit of a scratchy throat, so Alka Seltzer Cold Plus is my med of choice... Hoping to knock it out before it knocks me out! LoL

You stay well! And warm!!!!!



Your neighbor must really appreciate that !! tough time of year for kids to be sick ..
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45. whitewabit
8:59 PM GMT on December 29, 2012
Quoting Beachfoxx:
Wabit!
Thinking of you.... Stay warm, El Norte is blowing & this Floridian is freezing!
My father was without power for close to 3 days in N. Little Rock....

I'm ready for Spring!

Hope you & the family had a wonderful Christmas!!

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Was just on your blog .. Thank you .. Happy New Years !!
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44. palmettobug53
8:18 PM GMT on December 29, 2012
Have a feeling the crud is creeping up on me .. have a headache and that's how hers started ..

Ah, criminy.... Not you, too?

Hope you're well stocked up on chicken and rice soup, tea and honey!

Put a quarantine sign on the door. Don't let the grands in!

Sandi, we have Vicks here. Not sure about First Defense.

Just looked online; yeah, we have it here. That sounds like something I might be able to tolerate. If nothing else, I'll dose Hubby with it, the next time he starts complaining.
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43. Beachfoxx
8:13 PM GMT on December 29, 2012
Ugh!!!

My neighbors house is off limits! Mom, dad & 3 kids have the crud! If they need anything I told them to let me know & I would ring doorbell & leave it on front porch!

I've got a bit of a scratchy throat, so Alka Seltzer Cold Plus is my med of choice... Hoping to knock it out before it knocks me out! LoL

You stay well! And warm!!!!!

Quoting whitewabit:


She just said she still felt tired but was feeling much better then even yesterday ..

Have a feeling the crud is creeping up on me .. have a headache and that's how hers started ..
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42. Beachfoxx
8:09 PM GMT on December 29, 2012
Wabit!
Thinking of you.... Stay warm, El Norte is blowing & this Floridian is freezing!
My father was without power for close to 3 days in N. Little Rock....

I'm ready for Spring!

Hope you & the family had a wonderful Christmas!!

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41. sandiquiz
8:05 PM GMT on December 29, 2012
Quoting whitewabit:


She just said she still felt tired but was feeling much better then even yesterday ..

Have a feeling the crud is creeping up on me .. have a headache and that's how hers started ..

Oh, no!
Have you head of First Defence? Is it even available over there? I swear by it. At the first sign of a sore throat or headache I use it and it either stops the cold dead, or shortens its life to a couple of days.



Good luck!
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40. whitewabit
7:55 PM GMT on December 29, 2012
Quoting palmettobug53:
Chain her to the bedpost, if you have to, Wab. If she takes it easy and gets a good rest up this weekend, she should be good to go. She'll still feel rotten but, hopefully, she'll have gotten over the worst of it.

You might consider sleeping on your side, facing away from her! lol

I hug the edge of the bed so close, when Hubby is sick, it's a wonder I don't fall off.


She just said she still felt tired but was feeling much better then even yesterday ..

Have a feeling the crud is creeping up on me .. have a headache and that's how hers started ..
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39. palmettobug53
7:21 PM GMT on December 29, 2012
Chain her to the bedpost, if you have to, Wab. If she takes it easy and gets a good rest up this weekend, she should be good to go. She'll still feel rotten but, hopefully, she'll have gotten over the worst of it.

You might consider sleeping on your side, facing away from her! lol

I hug the edge of the bed so close, when Hubby is sick, it's a wonder I don't fall off.
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38. whitewabit
6:37 PM GMT on December 29, 2012
Quoting Skyepony:
Glad to see her up again...I'll take your side & say not so glad to see she went to work..especially in that cold.

Stay warm!

It's 80.2F here.


She knew I wasn't happy about her going back and especially getting out in this cold weather .. hope she doesn't have a relapse and gets sick again next week ..

26.5 degrees with very very light snow flurries ..
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37. whitewabit
6:34 PM GMT on December 29, 2012
Quoting palmettobug53:
Hi, Wab. Hope the wife is feeling better and that you haven't picked it up. One of the hazards of married life: someone coughing and hacking into your face from the next pillow all night. Togetherness.. Isn't it wonderful?

Hate to rub it in but we're at 56 now, according to the NWS up at CHAS Airport. My outside thermometer is sitting on 60. We're kinda half sun, half clouds.

I have a pot of potato, leek, carrot and ham soup made to eat on today. What's left, I'll put in the freezer in containers to carry to work.

Tomorrow, we'll have Italian sausage, red cabbage and more potatoes. Gotta get those spuds eaten up before I forget about them.


Bug .. Yes she is feeling better, she said she felt tired though...

Keeping my fingers crossed that she didn't give the crud to me .. so far so good ..
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36. whitewabit
6:31 PM GMT on December 29, 2012
Quoting Barefootontherocks:
So, you got sun? Here was 18 this a.m. and 28 now. Expected to break freezing today by a good margin and get into 40s tomorrow with rain/sleet overnight Sunday and rain on Monday. Even a warmup into the 40s sounds good. lol This winter is already colder than last.

Hope your wife is feeling well today. Have a good one.


No sun .. haven't seen it in 5 or 6 days .. 27 degrees with the wind out of the northwest at 16 mph brings the feel like temp down to around 17 degrees ..
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35. whitewabit
6:30 PM GMT on December 29, 2012
Quoting palmettobug53:
Holy moly.... that's COLD, wab.

She went to work?!

Well, I have to admit, I'd probably do the same thing. Esp if I'd already missed several days. "Today is Friday. If I can just do one day, I'll have the weekend to rest up and I should be feeling better by Monday." You think about the work piling up.

I've done my best to keep THAT out of my mind this week.


Those are just our normal temps for this time of year ..
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34. Skyepony (Mod)
5:08 PM GMT on December 29, 2012
Glad to see her up again...I'll take your side & say not so glad to see she went to work..especially in that cold.

Stay warm!

It's 80.2F here.
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33. palmettobug53
4:56 PM GMT on December 29, 2012
Hi, Wab. Hope the wife is feeling better and that you haven't picked it up. One of the hazards of married life: someone coughing and hacking into your face from the next pillow all night. Togetherness.. Isn't it wonderful?

Hate to rub it in but we're at 56 now, according to the NWS up at CHAS Airport. My outside thermometer is sitting on 60. We're kinda half sun, half clouds.

I have a pot of potato, leek, carrot and ham soup made to eat on today. What's left, I'll put in the freezer in containers to carry to work.

Tomorrow, we'll have Italian sausage, red cabbage and more potatoes. Gotta get those spuds eaten up before I forget about them.
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32. Barefootontherocks
4:46 PM GMT on December 29, 2012
Quoting whitewabit:
Well the cold is here to stay .. the highest expected temperature for my area over the next 10 days is 28º and the lowest high forecast of 19º ... Brrr and very little chance of precip..
So, you got sun? Here was 18 this a.m. and 28 now. Expected to break freezing today by a good margin and get into 40s tomorrow with rain/sleet overnight Sunday and rain on Monday. Even a warmup into the 40s sounds good. lol This winter is already colder than last.

Hope your wife is feeling well today. Have a good one.
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31. palmettobug53
8:06 PM GMT on December 28, 2012
Holy moly.... that's COLD, wab.

She went to work?!

Well, I have to admit, I'd probably do the same thing. Esp if I'd already missed several days. "Today is Friday. If I can just do one day, I'll have the weekend to rest up and I should be feeling better by Monday." You think about the work piling up.

I've done my best to keep THAT out of my mind this week.
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30. whitewabit
7:53 PM GMT on December 28, 2012
Well the cold is here to stay .. the highest expected temperature for my area over the next 10 days is 28º and the lowest high forecast of 19º ... Brrr and very little chance of precip..
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29. whitewabit
7:32 PM GMT on December 28, 2012
Quoting palmettobug53:
YAY!

Hubby got tired of my nagging and got his flu shot just to shut me up.

Whatever works....


Yep ...
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28. whitewabit
7:32 PM GMT on December 28, 2012
Quoting Skyepony:

I've been using alot of restraint here:)

Wab~ Hope she's way better this morning!


Against my wishes she went to work today .. Not real happy about it .. thought she should have rested another day !!
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27. whitewabit
7:30 PM GMT on December 28, 2012
Quoting Skyepony:

I've been using alot of restraint here:)

Wab~ Hope she's way better this morning!


She started feeling much better yesterday afternoon after returning from the Drs office ..

She ate 2 bowls of soup at different times and didn't want any more tea!
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26. whitewabit
7:28 PM GMT on December 28, 2012
Quoting sandiquiz:
Lol, laughing at Bug's comments... I think it is an occupational hazard for her. Working in the medical system she often gives good pointers when folk are ill.

Hope your wife is feeling a little better, and I agree with Bug that the ginger and lemon tea is really soothing, especially if you add a spoonful of honey to the drink.

Try to stay clear of it yourself...


Had to laugh at it too .. and was doing everything she said ..
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25. palmettobug53
5:34 PM GMT on December 28, 2012
YAY!

Hubby got tired of my nagging and got his flu shot just to shut me up.

Whatever works....
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24. Skyepony (Mod)
5:01 PM GMT on December 28, 2012
Quoting palmettobug53:
Sorry, the mother hen in me broke free!

I've been using alot of restraint here:)

Wab~ Hope she's way better this morning!
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23. sandiquiz
4:35 PM GMT on December 28, 2012
My dad's cure for a heavy cold was to go to bed with a bottle of whiskey. Toss back half the bottle and sleep soundly. If you wake up in the morning and feel no better, polish off the rest of the whiskey and stay in bed! lol
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22. palmettobug53
4:20 PM GMT on December 28, 2012
How's the invalid today? Better, I hope.

Most of my pointers are from personal experience, since I can't use OTC cold meds. I've had to fall back on old fashioned remedies. Things I remember my Mom doing for me, when I was sick as a child.

There's still nothing as comforting as Vick's VapoRub on the chest, covered by a warm towel and buttoned up under your jammie top just before sleep.

Some of those old time treatments are helpful, although I doubt that today's pediatricians would instruct mothers to fix a cough syrup made from Karo syrup, lemon juice and whiskey. It worked, though!

Maybe that's why I like my little snorts today!
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21. sandiquiz
4:10 PM GMT on December 28, 2012
Lol, laughing at Bug's comments... I think it is an occupational hazard for her. Working in the medical system she often gives good pointers when folk are ill.

Hope your wife is feeling a little better, and I agree with Bug that the ginger and lemon tea is really soothing, especially if you add a spoonful of honey to the drink.

Try to stay clear of it yourself...
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20. whitewabit
7:18 PM GMT on December 27, 2012
Quoting palmettobug53:
Sorry, the mother hen in me broke free!


LOL .. thats ok ..
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19. palmettobug53
7:11 PM GMT on December 27, 2012
Sorry, the mother hen in me broke free!
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18. whitewabit
6:53 PM GMT on December 27, 2012
Quoting palmettobug53:
I'm glad. Well, I'm not glad that she's sick but glad it doesn't seem to be the flu.

The walking crud is bad enough. Best to go in and get checked out, maybe get a scip, if there's respiratory infection going on.

How're you stocked for soups, crackers, ginger ale, OJ?

I really crave chicken and rice soup, with some garlic and lemon juice added, when I'm sick with a cold. And anything citrus.

Does she like tea? Twinnings has a Lemon/Ginger tea that is excellent when you're stuffed up.


lol .. Yes mom ..
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17. palmettobug53
6:06 PM GMT on December 27, 2012
Don't forget the mucinex!
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16. palmettobug53
6:05 PM GMT on December 27, 2012
I'm glad. Well, I'm not glad that she's sick but glad it doesn't seem to be the flu.

The walking crud is bad enough. Best to go in and get checked out, maybe get a scip, if there's respiratory infection going on.

How're you stocked for soups, crackers, ginger ale, OJ?

I really crave chicken and rice soup, with some garlic and lemon juice added, when I'm sick with a cold. And anything citrus.

Does she like tea? Twinnings has a Lemon/Ginger tea that is excellent when you're stuffed up.
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15. whitewabit
6:00 PM GMT on December 27, 2012
Quoting palmettobug53:
Oh, dear... I do hope there's nothing really bad going on with your wife. Seems like it was just yesterday, she was baking bread and all was right with the world.

She DID get her flu shot, didn't she? You, too?

I just asked Hubby if he'd gotten his yet. I've been nagging him since Oct. Nooooo, he's still putting it off. Fool.

Doing deliveries like he does really puts him at risk of coming in contact with people, door knobs, etc, more so than other people. He refuses to carry hand sanitizer in his delivery truck.

I got mine back in Sept at work. As soon as they announced they had the vaccine, I was there with my shirtsleeve rolled up.

Today's paper said SC has already had 10 deaths, cases are up sharply and the season has months to go. 519 have been hospitalized since Sept. 68 people were diagnosed Christmas Eve at local clinics.

I wish I could get the drugstore to give me the syringe/dose. I'd come home and jab him, myself, when he wasn't expecting it!


Bug it doesn't look like the flu and no she doesn't get a flu shot and I am not able to take them ... More like the walking crud .. shes congested pretty bad .. may have pulled a muscle coughing ..
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14. palmettobug53
5:53 PM GMT on December 27, 2012
Oh, dear... I do hope there's nothing really bad going on with your wife. Seems like it was just yesterday, she was baking bread and all was right with the world.

She DID get her flu shot, didn't she? You, too?

I just asked Hubby if he'd gotten his yet. I've been nagging him since Oct. Nooooo, he's still putting it off. Fool.

Doing deliveries like he does really puts him at risk of coming in contact with people, door knobs, etc, more so than other people. He refuses to carry hand sanitizer in his delivery truck.

I got mine back in Sept at work. As soon as they announced they had the vaccine, I was there with my shirtsleeve rolled up.

Today's paper said SC has already had 10 deaths, cases are up sharply and the season has months to go. 519 have been hospitalized since Sept. 68 people were diagnosed Christmas Eve at local clinics.

I wish I could get the drugstore to give me the syringe/dose. I'd come home and jab him, myself, when he wasn't expecting it!
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13. whitewabit
5:05 PM GMT on December 27, 2012
Quoting Ylee:
You'd think a hummer would be mighty sparse eatin....


Not much to a hummer is there .. there so small ..
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12. whitewabit
5:04 PM GMT on December 27, 2012
Quoting sandiquiz:
Hi Wabit, hope you had a great Christmas, and Santa left you what you asked for:)
It is dry here this morning, but I have no idea for how long!


Sandi .. yes had a great Christmas watching the kids eyes aglow opening their gifts from Santa .. unfortunately my wife has come down with something and has been in bed the last 2 days .. taking her to the Drs this afternoon !!
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11. Ylee
10:26 AM GMT on December 27, 2012
You'd think a hummer would be mighty sparse eatin....
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10. sandiquiz
9:14 AM GMT on December 27, 2012
Hi Wabit, hope you had a great Christmas, and Santa left you what you asked for:)
It is dry here this morning, but I have no idea for how long!
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9. whitewabit
3:47 AM GMT on December 27, 2012
Quoting WatchinTheSky:
I agree about the hawk, even though he has been eyeing my hummingbirds!

Durning was in the first wave and the only one in his group to make it back, just hard to imagine.

BTW, nice list of recommended links.


Well I just looked it up and they do prey on hummers .. learn something new every day the saying goes .. I learned something today .. the hummers also have many other predators ..
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8. whitewabit
3:38 AM GMT on December 27, 2012
Quoting WatchinTheSky:
I agree about the hawk, even though he has been eyeing my hummingbirds!

Durning was in the first wave and the only one in his group to make it back, just hard to imagine.

BTW, nice list of recommended links.


Don't you think the hummers are too fast for it ?? I don't think I have ever heard of that but could be possible ..
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7. whitewabit
3:37 AM GMT on December 27, 2012
Quoting palmettobug53:
Yes, they were.

You know? 'Dead People of 2012' kinda sounds like a Broadway review for the Walking Dead zombies. Like the 'Ziegfield Follies of 1928' or something.

THAT sure brings to mind some strange images! lol


Bug .. Don't take me there ..
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6. WatchinTheSky
1:52 AM GMT on December 27, 2012
I agree about the hawk, even though he has been eyeing my hummingbirds!

Durning was in the first wave and the only one in his group to make it back, just hard to imagine.

BTW, nice list of recommended links.
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5. palmettobug53
11:09 PM GMT on December 26, 2012
Yes, they were.

You know? 'Dead People of 2012' kinda sounds like a Broadway review for the Walking Dead zombies. Like the 'Ziegfield Follies of 1928' or something.

THAT sure brings to mind some strange images! lol
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4. whitewabit
9:36 PM GMT on December 26, 2012
Quoting palmettobug53:
It did cross my mind that Good Bye might freak a few folks out, though.

I think it was seeing in the paper this morning that Charles Durning had passed that got me to thinking about who all had hit the trail this year. I had always had a lot of admiration and respect for Durning. He wouldn't talk about his time during the war but if you read his biography on Wiki...

And Daniel Inouye was in one of the most decorated units that served in WWII. All volunteers and knowing how the U.S. government was treating their people, even the ones that were citizens.

Same thing with all the Native Americans. None were drafted, as far as I know. They were volunteers, despite the way their people had been disenfranchised by the U.S. government.

Both the Japanese Americans and Native Americans had every reason NOT to join up but they did.


Yes they all volunteered because when you take off the first word noting their race they were all AMERICANS !!! Just like you or me..
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3. palmettobug53
9:03 PM GMT on December 26, 2012
It did cross my mind that Good Bye might freak a few folks out, though.

I think it was seeing in the paper this morning that Charles Durning had passed that got me to thinking about who all had hit the trail this year. I had always had a lot of admiration and respect for Durning. He wouldn't talk about his time during the war but if you read his biography on Wiki...

And Daniel Inouye was in one of the most decorated units that served in WWII. All volunteers and knowing how the U.S. government was treating their people, even the ones that were citizens.

Same thing with all the Native Americans. None were drafted, as far as I know. They were volunteers, despite the way their people had been disenfranchised by the U.S. government.

Both the Japanese Americans and Native Americans had every reason NOT to join up but they did.
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2. whitewabit
8:45 PM GMT on December 26, 2012
Quoting palmettobug53:
FIRST!

I figured Good Bye sounded a little better than Dead People of 2012, wab.


LOL .. Yes that sounds much better ..
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1. palmettobug53
8:42 PM GMT on December 26, 2012
FIRST!

I figured Good Bye sounded a little better than Dead People of 2012, wab.
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