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Rusla

New Years Eve

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Oh heavens no! Not Camel Poops! It's much too drab there.

We live in the Slocan Valley about 45 minutes drive from Nelson ... or Castlegar, depends which way you turn at the junction.

I hear a Hyesterectomy isn't quite as envasive as it used to be. I had one years ago. I hope the recovery is shorter now!

Would you believe my mom had a total in 1946 .... could you imagine the surgery then! She almost didn't recover. :(

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Take something off, dance nekkid in front of your husband and celebrate the freedom from the expense of feminine products. Rejoice

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I love your spirit, Rusla :D I don't want to give the poor guy a heart attack :lol:

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:lol: He'd tell me to get out of the way, he can't see the puck! :lol:

Besides, I have to go outside to get downstairs, it's a might chilly out. :lol:

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Yes, hysterectomies now they do through the navel not like mine 2o years ago. Ah Nelson, home of the Freedomite Dukabours...they should have taught you how to get your clothes off and dance naked. Yes, I would not wish to live in Camel Poops, it is always depressing there unlike othe places in BC.

Psst, I think Thor drank all of my champagne that drunken sot of a cat.

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I hear a Hyesterectomy isn't quite as envasive as it used to be. I had one years ago. I hope the recovery is shorter now!

Would you believe my mom had a total in 1946 .... could you imagine the surgery then! She almost didn't recover. :(

Probably, like most other things, they've streamlined the whole procedure. I will come home after only 2 days--but the total recouperation is still about 6 weeks.

Wow--1946, I imagine it was much more dangerous then.

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Yes, the old sect of doukabours have pretty much died out now. The younger ones just get into mischief out of bordom and then blame the religion.

When we moved here 30 years ago though there were signs in all the school staff room about what to do in case of a bombing. That was scary with our kids going there.

But it is a very beautiful place of lakes and rivers and golf courses :lol:

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Oh ... does that mean that I have to give Sheba some wine to catch up with the drunken cat? How about cat nip, did your cats get some for Christmas?

Yup, 1946 surgery was pretty primitive. Mom had scars across her whole belly. I was born at home and the drunken old doctor didn't clean her out properly, so she got gangarine in the womb. That must have been terrible. Imagine, three kids and all that at the age of 20! Wow.

Anyway, we must go on to something much more festive.

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Six weeks is normal recovery on a hysterectomy but the operation isn't as severe.

When I was a kid all the Dukabours used to take off their clothes and burn their houses because they said god told them to do that. He never told them to do it in the winter though.

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Save me, save me..........I won't make it. I think that I'm going to bail.

What better a night to talk to some great buds with jammies on. Toast the new year and send wishes for good health, fortune and happiness to all of you. Kisses to you on the midnight hour. :)

A wonderfu new year to all of you.

Lisa

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Yall are cracking me up! :)

Or maybe its because I've had a weeeee bit too much wine.

Either one is plausible ;)

Happy Happy New Years to some of my favorite Celiac ladies!

xoxo

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Yes Shirley--you're right! Something more festive--anything :lol:

(But your poor mom--that is scary stuff. Glad she pulled through :) )

Only 35 minutes left (here). I think I'm gonna make it this year!

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Yes, the last fire they set was about 3 years ago, but it was a government building here in the valley that Selkirk college uses, or used, they distroyed it.

Their homes were common, and like you said, always when it was warm enough to rebuild. :lol: But all government property was fair game as well.

And when that happened you had a court room full of naked people ... mostly women. Strange, I would have thought women had more sense. :rolleyes:

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As I work tomorrow. I must bid you all adieu and wish each and every one of you a very Happy and prosperou gluten-free New Year.

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Happy New Year Rusla!!! And to everyone of you lovely ladies!

I'm a little slow here on phone hook up :lol:

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Yes, working tomorrow is a bummer.

We are going out to the local restaurant for dinner. A friend owns it and does a nice safe dinner for me.

2 1/2 hours left here. :lol:

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It is triple time plus a lieu day which is like a weeks worth of pay for me.

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Wow, for triple pay, i would work too! Good for you .... Hope it's not a hard day though

We go out a fair amount. There is a Chinese restaurant in Nelson that makes gluten free Chinese food, including chow mein, sweet and sour pork, chicken balls, fried rice etc. And quite a few of their soups are gluten free, and best of all gluten free fish and chips that are better than the normal ones!

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Me too, but they don't deliver this far out :(:lol:

Anyway, we will go into Nelson sometime in the next week or two and then I will have some :rolleyes:

I haven't been off the property since the 18th ... it's time to go out and do something.

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Well Jerseyangel and the rest of the clan I will toast to all of you- in 15 minutes 9 pm here and 12 midnight where you are not sure about all of you. My self I have another 3 hrs or close to it. My neighbor up stairs and next door are going to have a shot with me to celabrate New Years in ten minutes now and then at 12pm here anyway!!!! :o:ph34r:

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EVERYONE ON THE BOARD. BE SAFE AND HAVE FUN !!! WHAT EVER YOU DO GET NAKKID AND DANCE OR JUST GET NAKKID ;)

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