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    Hi everyone ,,<waving>

    hows things going ?,, its going good here,, this weekend I play cook ,, shotgun seasons starts,,{deer},, a whole bunch of hunters descend on our farm,, have my menu planned,,>> vegtable venison stew, cookies, bars, rolls,, a lot more, probally ,,I don't mind ,,

    weather still is in the 50's but gonna change next week,, highs in the teens, >>brrrr !!

    I go the 12th to the new neuro, in DM,, so they can, okay the next infusion, in January,,

    thats all folks,, later then
    " Don't outsmart your common sense"

    Peg

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    Cool

    Sam is out hunting deer too, but so far I haven't seen her bring any home. So I'm not cooking anything else until I actually see her bring one home, then I can start making the side dishes. Sounds like you have quite a feast planned.
    Roswell was a gift.

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    Cool

    You didn't expect me to sleep when we got paid today, did you? Well, I didn't but I tried. I have the online banking, so I can see if we have gotten paid yet. It's just waiting on the store to open before I go to the bank.

    All my checks have been written so I'll mail them off as I leave. And my brother sent me some DVDs which I'm sure will be there when I come back from the store. I also have one bag of trash to take to the dump.

    So whenever you sleepyheads get up, have a great day!
    Roswell was a gift.

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    Peg, I just love what you do! I so enjoy reading about your farm life :)

    Howie, sounds like a party!

    Am supposed to go surfing tomorrow. Forecast for waves is poor, but there is always fun to be had no matter what.

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    I'm glad to see there's some interest in a book discussion thread!

    After all, most of us seem to read books--why not tell others about them as you go along, and others could chime in or not, depending on whether they have something to say about that book or author. Or they could chime in with something about a book (or author) they've been reading.

    Sometimes I get fond of a particular author and go through as many of that author's books as I can find.

    So the thread could be about authors as well as their books, of course.

    One problem with picking one book that everyone would read and discuss might be that some people have trouble getting a particular book without a long wait.

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    Vicky (Frog42), I hope you'll come back when you feel up to it. We're here for you.
    Thanks Joan. I'm hoping that will be soon.


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    I'm one of the weird ones (who would have thought it) but I don't read books. The last one I read was A Brief History of Time by Steven Hawking. I don't think it would be a point of discussion. But a Book thread is a good idea. Why don't you start it, and ask a mod to make it a sticky?
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    Peg, you're obviously one very busy lady, and yet you take the time to get in here on the first of every month and start up a thread for us!

    Anyone recall a discussion of the post office's new system of sending out e-mails to let people know what mail should be in their mailbox that day? I've been using it for some time now, and have reason to be glad it's there.

    Weeks ago the e-mail showed me a personal letter from a woman who used to live here. She hardly ever writes and so that was a surprise. But I never got it.

    I took a close look at the e-mail photo of the envelope. She'd addressed it right except that she got the apartment number wrong--105 instead of 106. The woman in 105 is bedridden, and helpers get her mail. They may not look at it carefully, or they may not get it very often, or whatever. If she got that piece of mail by mistake, I still never got it.

    I know her and could ask her but it seems like an imposition. She'd probably feel obliged to look all around for it, and she's just not well enough to try that, IMO.

    Luckily there's a process built into this new system where you can report a piece of mail you didn't receive, and so I've started that.

    The problem really is that our current mail carrier is very careless. The letter was addressed perfectly in every other way. She should have realized that my name isn't the name in apartment 105, but she's always in a big rush, and I'm always getting other people's mail.
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    Peg, you're obviously one very busy lady, and yet you take the time to get in here on the first of every month and start up a thread for us!

    Anyone recall a discussion of the post office's new system of sending out e-mails to let people know what mail should be in their mailbox that day? I've been using it for some time now, and have reason to be glad it's there.

    Weeks ago the e-mail showed me a personal letter from a woman who used to live here. She hardly ever writes and so that was a surprise. But I never got it.

    I took a close look at the e-mail photo of the envelope. She'd addressed it right except that she got the apartment number wrong--105 instead of 106. The woman in 105 is bedridden, and helpers get her mail. They may not look at it carefully, or they may not get it very often, or whatever. If she got that piece of mail by mistake, I still never got it.

    I know her and could ask her but it seems like an imposition. She'd probably feel obliged to look all around for it, and she's just not well enough to try that, IMO.

    Luckily there's a process built into this new system where you can report a piece of mail you didn't receive, and so I've started that.

    The problem really is that our current mail carrier is very careless. The letter was addressed perfectly in every other way. She should have realized that my name isn't the name in apartment 105, but she's always in a big rush, and I'm always getting other people's mail.
    Rather than bother her, can you stop one of her helpers and ask them? If the post office traces it, a notice will come to her, won't it?
    ...I am not a doctor nor medical professional, and don't pretend to be one, here... :o

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    I'm not sure what the next step in the tracing procedure is. I reported it as missing mail after the required week had passed. But asking one of the helpers is an excellent idea. I know one of them and often see her around. She's been this woman's helper for about 15 years!
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