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    hidey ho .. I start this early,,{sorry},, tomorrow is another visit to the neuro,, which he is making noises about a MRI,, yuck,,last time I seen him,he mentioned it in September,,,

    ahhh so the holiday begins,, bah humbug,,lol, but shotgun deer hunting starts Saturday,,both boys and hubby will be out looking for Bambi hahahah!

    other then that turkey day went well cept I am very untradtional and served chicken and noodles heck for Christmas,, I fix lasagna,,grandkids love it,,

    weather is okay,, not much cold and snow,, we can handle it,,

    healing real good ,,

    later
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    You keep healing Peg. We have an untraditional Christmas dinner here too. I get to have Whisker Lickin's, and the cats have ham and turkey. It's a good thing I'm used to it!
    Roswell was a gift.

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    Whisker Lickins would be a real treat for me--since I've never had them before. It would have been a whole new experience, but by now those cats of Howie's have eaten them all.

    Peg, hasn't your neuro heard that MRIs can be overdone? You could try mentioning that you've already had a couple of them. Won't it be difficult to lie still for so long while you're still recovering from your injuries?

    Last time my neuro was sounding as if he was about to order an MRI I mentioned that I didn't really see the need for it, and he went along with that.
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    I've had 2 MRIs in the 15 years I've had MS. The first helped me get DXed, and the second was to get a Hoveround. That first one was in a tiny tube. I kept my eyes closed because I knew the tube was an inch from my face without looking. I didn't want to freak out in the tube.

    They are much roomier now, and my second one was in one of those.

    And Joan, I know you want me to post that first MRI report, but you need to move on, there are plenty of good books out there you could read instead!
    Roswell was a gift.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Howie View Post
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    And Joan, I know you want me to post that first MRI report, but you need to move on, there are plenty of good books out there you could read instead!
    This is a startling change. Are you refusing to post your MRI report???

    I'll bet you've decided to charge a fee.
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    Dec 1st?!? November was so busy that I lost track.

    I vacuumed the leaves off the yard yesterday, finally. Good thing too as we have a 90% chance of snow for most of the day. One of those storms that about the time my wife is driving kids home everyone wishes there was a snow day. Parents will call as ask why the kids are late. Its snowing. Well why didn't you call a snow day? It has only been snowing since 2 this afternoon. WELL YOU SHOULD HAVE KNOWN THAT. You could write a book of the things parents tell transportation.

    And so it goes down here on Tobacco Road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by agate View Post
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    This is a startling change. Are you refusing to post your MRI report???

    I'll bet you've decided to charge a fee.
    Do you think $19.95 is enough? Don't forget, it was called a "classic" in the report!
    Roswell was a gift.

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    Gary , people can be goofy,, like me as a parent,, Josh said he felt sick,,{this was when he was 7 }, I did not believe him,, he got on the bus,, and threw up all over it,, he says "see Mom ? told you I was sick " !!

    went to the neuro,, I decided I liked him,, I gave him a hard time,, he gave it back,,,, no MRI,, he decided,, I told him that also,,it was a good visit,,

    not much else,, ciao..
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    AHHH, December!!! LOL!
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    [QUOTE=Pegakafarmgirl;36061]Gary , people can be goofy,, like me as a parent,, Josh said he felt sick,,{this was when he was 7 }, I did not believe him,, he got on the bus,, and threw up all over it,, he says "see Mom ? told you I was sick " !![QUOTE]

    About a 100 years ago I was driving a bus as a sub driver. This was before I was even married. I looked up in the mirror at the kids and one of them was looking at me and he looked pretty green he threw up as I watched right in the aisle. I did what any guy would do I slide the drivers side window open stuck my head out and threw up too. As I recall I had a load of Junior High kids and there was a chorus of EWWWW THE BUS DRIVER JUST RALPHED ALL DOWN THE SIDE OF THE BUS.

    By the way it is noon here and we have close to 2 inches.

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