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  • v LEANJEAN6
    Oh Harriet--What ever will be -will be--Que Sera Sera--- -If only I could not worry eh?--Lynda
    40 minutes ago
  • v BROOKLYN_BORN
    Thank you for reading my blog “Fitting in with Mother Nature or NOT”
    The power company does have regulations to protect the lake but only right on the shoreline.
    There was a LOT of local opposition even to that.

    2 days ago
  • v SHARON10002
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    It's Friday once again, and time to get our check-up from the neck up so we can be ready to enjoy our weekend! I think you'll find that these jokes will be just what the doctor ordered to tickle your funny bone because they're really quite humerus.

    For those of you who are uncertain of the meanings of medical terms, I thought I'd provide a few I've managed to find and decipher for you.

    "Medical Terms for Dummies"

    Artery - the study of fine paintings

    Bacteria - the back door to the cafeteria

    Catscan - searching for the missing kitty

    Cauterize - managed to made eye contact with the nurse

    Enema - Not a friend

    Fester - quicker than someone else

    Fibula - a small white lie

    Nitrates - Rates of pay for working the night shift; normally more than the day rates

    Outpatient - a person who has fainted

    Urine - the opposite of "You're out!"

    Vitamin - What you do when friends stop by for a visit

    I hope these haven't been so upsetting that they've made you nauseous.
    If so, lay down, take two aspirin, and call your doctor in the morning.

    Enjoy your weekend!
    4 days ago
  • v BROOKLYN_BORN
    Thank you for reading my blog “Take the time – thank you card 53 years late”
    This past year has brought back so many memories of those who have helped me through the years. So important to thank them before it’s too late.

    6 days ago
  • v BROOKLYN_BORN
    Thank you for reading my “Pandemic Changes” blog and sharing your story
    One big change this weekend: DD & SIL (both vaccinated) visited us at the lake!
    Really hoping to see more family soon.

    8 days ago

    Comment edited on: 4/12/2021 9:00:47 AM
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