HAPPY 4TH OF JULY EVERYONE!

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HAPPY 4TH OF JULY EVERYONE!

Post by MidoriMeadows » July 1st, 2006, 9:21 pm

Have a safe and fun holiday. JR, if yer headin down here give me a call. I'm pretty much around this whole holiday.
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Post by JR » July 5th, 2006, 6:06 am

Sharon, was near your place on the way home. When I left Newport, left very early and hauled ass home. Would of called, forgot to bring phone numbers and nobody could connect with their wi-fi, no access to any of my e-mail accounts, which had the numbers.

Had a good time until Monday evening, when my auto-immune started acting up. That's when I decided to come home quickly. The medication was at home and didn't think I would need it sooner than my regular scheduled time to take it. The medication is also temperature sensitive, at $200 a shot, didn't bring any with.



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Post by MidoriMeadows » July 8th, 2006, 12:16 am

Maybe coming to OR isn't good for you. Last time was when this whole thing started. Hope you're feeling better now.
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Post by JR » July 9th, 2006, 10:54 am

Doing better today, finally got some much need sleep that I haven't had for over a week. Went to Spokane yesterday, took a couch to daughter, did the swap meet, brought two grandkids home for the week, and topped theevening off with a trip to WalMart for food and entertainment. Put together a basketball hoop for grandson.

Last week at work was really stressful with Don and others on vacation all week. Everyone wanted everything done right then and there. I had to turn off my e-mail and phone at work. Will see what is in store for next week in the morning. For now, going to take it real slow and easy. Watch some NASCAR, then take grandkids to see Cars. Grandkids are now waking up, time to feed their bottomless stomaches.

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