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RE: Guess everyone is recovering

Pam, I usually recognize those 'twinges' too, but this truly blindsided
me. I really don't know what in the world did it, except maybe a variety
of things. The Dr said this was from twisting, not bending. So, who
knows? Still VERY sore today, and the worst thing is to sit, so I spend
a lot of time walking around my tiny house thinking how dirty it is.

It's raining here today, so the dogs are dragging in mud as well as
leaves. Sigh. I'm trying very hard not to feel sorry for myself.

My Dad and his wife Marguerite went to Slidell, LA for Thanksgiving with
their church and helped serve over 300 people turkey dinner. They stayed
Friday and helped a family clean out their house, tear out sheetrock,
carpet, etc. They said it was just awful. I suspect they counted many
blessings during that trip. And of course, many insurance companies are
saying that technically, the hurricane didn't do the damage, but rather
the levies breaking caused a flood so the insurance won't cover the
damage. Such a bunch of crooks.

The place was literally deserted. It sounds just horrible. So, I should
be happy I have a nice roof over my head right now, because those people
still don't, Sorry to go off subject.

Anyway, no shopping for me. I have to pay for Dr bills and a fence. LOL! Thank GOD for fences! 
Hope everyone is recovering.
Donna <gossiper@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
Had to power shop Kitty... no time! Have been working enormous hours at work
for the last couple of months- hoping things settle down by the end of
January so no decorating for me this season- although John is attempting to
do something.

Andrea, so sorry to hear your back is out- and YEAH! On the fence!

Chris, seen your messages twice, so they are getting here anyways. Go for
the kayaking and find a hotel LOL! :) We are way too old for that stuff- at
least take an air mattress with. Sounds like a fun trip tho!

Zem- we all have family issues that we can not control... 

Pam- hope it is still raining for you!


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