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What do you teach, Vynscegnt?

I teach two adult in depth Bible studies. In my my Friday class I am teaching through Revelation, in my Sunday class I am teaching through 1 Corinthians.

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So, I know that I am not the only one here that suffers from chronic pain. Question for you all, is it at ALL related to weather? I have heard it said that many times over, but I have not noticed a correlation. For example, today is a bad day for me (and someone else I know), but the pressure is 29.92 and rising. Dead normal. So just wondering if there really is any correlation at all.

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It's the change in pressure that gets to me. If it were rising or falling quickly, well, not just quickly, if it's been at one level for a while, then changes, that's when it happens.

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My foot/toe which I broke when I was 16 always gives me trouble when we head into cold/dry weather . . . but not coming out of it.

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I wonder if the difference has to do with economics. Cellulose comes from the forestry business, which is big in parts of Canada. Not so many potatoes grown here. :wacko:

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I wonder if the difference has to do with economics. Cellulose comes from the forestry business, which is big in parts of Canada. Not so many potatoes grown here. :wacko:

Could be :)

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My mother's shoulder pain reacted to weather changes. She would never arm wrestle when a big storm was coming. :)

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Hee! Arm wrestle:)

My problem area is primarily my knees, and they seem to be worse in the morning. My fingers run a close second these days:( Guess I'm getting old.

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Mornings bring stiff backs . . . and maybe stiff fingers.

How's about thumb wrestling? . . . I'm pretty good if I say so myself . . . can still beat my 13 year old (as long as it's not first thing in the morning)

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My knees and formerly broken meditarcles (sp) are great barometers.

My muscles/joints can track humidity changes better than the weather channel.

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Oh my Gosh! This is the Funny Thread, not the Fuddy Duddy Thread. Jump out of it Psillies!!!!

Oyster Roast on Saturday - who's coming - need a head count?

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Oh my Gosh! This is the Funny Thread, not the Fuddy Duddy Thread. Jump out of it Psillies!!!!

Oyster Roast on Saturday - who's coming - need a head count?

:lol: :lol: :lol: Don't you have an ache or pain to report, Lisa? :lol: We do sound like a bunch of old fuddy duddies!!!!

Can't do it Saturday--got a wedding at a swanky joint in North Jersey B) Still trying to decide what to wear.....oye...the place tells me everything is prepared fresh and to order, so I should just tell the waiter what I want. Outta be interesting....will take some pre-emptive Immodium and wing it.

tmi? :P

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Oh my Gosh! This is the Funny Thread, not the Fuddy Duddy Thread. Jump out of it Psillies!!!!

Jump?. . . What??? . . . And fall and break a hip??? No Way!!!

Oyster Roast on Saturday - who's coming - need a head count?

Tae Kwon Do tournament on Saturday and Smackl has to work it . . . which means . . . I have to work it as well <_<

Plus, when I visit, I want shrimp. :rolleyes:

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This is NEXT Saturday, Leisugh? Count me in -- oysters are one of my favorite treats....very rarely have them... I think I've only had them in restaurants. Don't believe I've ever been to a roast .. . ....it's about time!

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