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Re: Hi all!

Sounds like you've had more than your share all this year,
Theresa.  Here's hoping you will soon be able to spend 
some peaceful time in your garden, and that you can 
find some thing to be thankful for this week.  You have
my prayers, Auralie
In a message dated 11/19/2007 11:33:07 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
tchessie1@sbcglobal.net writes:

Sorry I haven't written for a while- life has become temporarily insane 
again (and boy can you tell by looking at the wilderness that my garden 
has become!)
2 weeks ago I ended up having a root canal, followed by pain and pain 
killers, attempting to pack for a conference out of state while 
medicated (not an effective practice at all!!), then visit with mom and 
sister in TX for a couple of days.  The last night there was spent in 
the ER with mom for 8 hours, she was admitted (renal problems due to 
dehydration, then irregular heart beat, transfer to cardiac unit, need 
for 24 hr sitter to keep her calm and from removing her IV etc, then 
this am she got up and fell gashing her forehead open, resulting is 
stitches, CT scan, xrays etc.),  Hopefully she will be released back to 
the Alzheimer's facility sometime tomorrow where she'll get PT and have 
a sitter for a while to help her readjust.  I missed part of the 
conference, thought I'd end up flying back to TX today (after the head 
injury episode) and really, I'm just kind of tired.  Wednesday I'll get 
the root canal finished finally and maybe I'll get to eat again.
Despite it all, I'm still here- more scatter than usual- but hey, what 
can you expect.
Soon I will return to my garden which is in desperate need of care, and 
I want to get some snow peas planted (and tomatoes yanked out!).
Macy (the insane kitten) has grown into an adolescent in the past 2 
weeks.  She now can climb anything (not that I appreciate this), but is 
still a purr-face, and still doesn't sleep through the nice (hence the 
seclusion in the bathroom at night).
Hope all is well in the rest of the world and that everyone has a great 

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