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Went to the podiatrist. Not especially hunky but very nice. I will live and he doesn't have to amputate. May have to work on it a little more if it doesn't behave. Gave me ideas to keep this from happening again.

What's goin' on with yer feet, Kherrighnne? Psilly stuff? You can actually talk about it on here, even if it isn't. .. . . . ....as Royal Monarch, I proclaimeth such... . . . . . ..:rolleyes:

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Went to the podiatrist. Not especially hunky but very nice. I will live and he doesn't have to amputate. May have to work on it a little more if it doesn't behave. Gave me ideas to keep this from happening again.

Buddy the truck will live for $440. Auto shop guy said he was really lucky he didn't damage it more. Should be out of car hospital today, just in time for 6 am football!

Glad the toe is gonna make it. :P When mine was growing back in, it looked like it was growing inwards, but it never did. It took forever, and was pretty gross, but it ended up fine.

The auto shop is quick--you won't be wifout it fer too long.

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Karen- Holy Mole- so glad the boys are OK. That REALLY is scary.

Patti's belching. :lol:

Em- a new pup? Did I miss something? Methinks I did and that it was bad. :( Especially since Leesa's Zeus is mourning the loss of phurry phriends. :( :(

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I feel so old! I have an appointment with a Podiatrist tomorrow. That just seems to me someone old people go to. I bruised my big toenail and it fell off after a long while. The new toenail isn't growing in right. Its like its trying to grow into my toe instead of over. I'm just falling apart!

You highness, please refer to this post. I bruise it every year in my ski boots. He gave me whY he called "toe condoms". They are little silicone covers that go on your toes. They help protect your toes by spreading out the pressure so it's not all on my nail.

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You highness, please refer to this post. I bruise it every year in my ski boots. He gave me whY he called "toe condoms". They are little silicone covers that go on your toes. They help protect your toes by spreading out the pressure so it's not all on my nail.

Ah yes....toe caps! My younger son had to utilize them at one time due to a toe issue.

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:lol: :lol: Must choose one's verbs carefully.. . . . . ...... . ..

Well, gang, we leave for the Toronto Island early Friday, and we'll be there to install our dad's beautiful plaque under his weeping mulbery tree. It will be something. THEN upon our arrival home, we head out to Thurso, Quebec to pick up our NEW PUP! :) Lots about to happen, a bittersweet time.. . .. . .... .

Goodness, sounds like a Sting song er sumphin'... . . . .. :rolleyes:

Please post pics here or on Da Book of the new apricot fruity puppy! We are excellent pet sitters at our house. You just put the dogs in seats on the plane and send them here. :)

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..."toe condoms...

Ahhhh . . . a new phrase for our psilly dickshunary.

Ckairenne . . . glad no one got hurt . . . and quite frankly, as bad as this sounds, that $440 price tag could have been a helluva lot worse, too.

Psillies!!! I have been called back to my former preschool position!!! Did I tell you that I volunteered to be layed off?? . . . can't remember . . . they needed to reduce the staff because enrollment was down and there were some people there that truly needed the job a lot more than me. Anyways, I volunteered to not come back and to work as a sub if they needed me to. Well, I got a call this morning that they could use me . . . although not for as many hours. The money is really pretty lousy, but I don't have anything else going on, so what the hell.

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Ahhhh . . . a new phrase for our psilly dickshunary.

Ckairenne . . . glad no one got hurt . . . and quite frankly, as bad as this sounds, that $440 price tag could have been a helluva lot worse, too.

Psillies!!! I have been called back to my former preschool position!!! Did I tell you that I volunteered to be layed off?? . . . can't remember . . . they needed to reduce the staff because enrollment was down and there were some people there that truly needed the job a lot more than me. Anyways, I volunteered to not come back and to work as a sub if they needed me to. Well, I got a call this morning that they could use me . . . although not for as many hours. The money is really pretty lousy, but I don't have anything else going on, so what the hell.

That sounds like a fun job. Also, sounds like they like you, so if any more hours come up, they will go to you. I am one of those people that actually like little kids, too.

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Hey psills--I think I may have had a breakthrough. Remember when I was whining about shampoo and stuff--it seemed like everything was making me sick? Well, as you know I'm spending some time at Matt's. He does not have a dishwasher and uses the same dishwashing liquid I did--Clorox Greenworks.

Bear wif me....I had been feeling off for a while before coming up here--not gluten but eczema, fatigue, indigestion, nausea, dizziness (kind of), stuff like that. It dawned on me that I had been cooking for myself down there and using my non stick pan a lot (I was doing grilled cheese a lot, and thought my bread was making me sick). Then washing it out wif the Greenworks. Up here, I am the dishwasher and was using it for everything and was feeling worse.

The kicker--Greenworks is almost entirely from coconut :o I have known I was intolerant to coconut for years--to actually eat-- it but I guess using it daily on dishes was too much. Add to that, the California Baby shampoo and the special unscented soap I send away for also contain coconut--it all came to a head.

I just got a bar of coconut-free soap to try,

https://dakotafree.com/product.asp?Category_Id=2&Product_Id=145

and have switched back to Palmolive dishwashing liquid. The switch to Palmolive made me better, but I was still dizzy and the eczema was a bit better, but not gone.

Since using the coconut free soap, and making sure I was 100% coconut free, I'm not dizzy and my eczema is actually clearing!!! I've been dizzy for over 3 months now, and along wif the GI stuff, I was getting really worried that something was up. It was feeding my anxiety and when that happens I just tend to go through the motions but worry under the surface all the time.

I know this is long, but I wanted to tell youse guys! A few years ago, I found out that I couldn't tolerate filtered water from my own fridge because the filter was primarily coconut hulls. I learned that here on the board. I wish I had been as diligent about coconut as I am about gluten on the topical use. Or maybe the sensitivity just got worse--who knows?

Anyway--woo-hoo :D

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Where is everybody? Playing Star Wars in the park?

:rolleyes: I was just waitin' around to see who would finally break down and post first . . . :P

Anyway--woo-hoo :D

Yee-Haw!!!! . . . Very happy that you solved your riddle, Patti!!!! . . . :D:D:D

I'm still working on Skeeter's. <_<

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I'm still working on Skeeter's. <_<

Oh Jan-it--she's still having symptoms? It's definitely tiresome to keep having to play detective with this stuff. :(

It does make me wonder though, how many people who have things like migraines and other unexplained maladies actually are reacting to something they are eating/using/have in their enviroment. I wouldn't have ever thought of these things in my previous life.....

I hope you get it figured out soon. ;)

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I got a notice for jury duty . . . grumble, grumble . . . moan.

Hub keeps getting them. They have him call and then say they don't need him and will send him a jury duty slip another time. I got called but I just had a baby or something and I think my response scared them off. Also, I registered as an Independent & that may have scared them off. :)

so maybe tell them your a pregnant Independant whose relatives are all thieves?

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Anyone ever seen the show Tosh.0? I just found it and I'm pretty sure by the tears rolling down my face and the stich in my side from laughing so hard.....I'm totally going to Hell :unsure::lol: :lol:

And I saw this advertisement on the side of a car on my way home tonight.... I just had to look it up to see what it really was. Only in Portland.......

http://www.reargearstore.com/

:lol:x 1,000

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Anyone ever seen the show Tosh.0? I just found it and I'm pretty sure by the tears rolling down my face and the stich in my side from laughing so hard.....I'm totally going to Hell :unsure::lol: :lol:

And I saw this advertisement on the side of a car on my way home tonight.... I just had to look it up to see what it really was. Only in Portland.......

http://www.reargearstore.com/

:lol:x 1,000

Haven't seen the show but do know someone who has a 3-4year old named Tosh. They moved to Seattle cause they were too cool for Ks.

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