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December 02, 2008

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One Sick Mother

Just testing to see if I can comment while signed in to TypePad

One Sick Mother

Woo HOO! It worked! (Whoda thunk I would get so excited by software that simply works as it should?)

yanub

I've read where there is actually some reason to think that, at least in some people, eating low carb and changing the fats they eat to ones with Omega-3 instead of Omega-6 helps their cholesterol. Plus, there are possible health trade-offs to be made. My daughter has high cholesterol, but she is on Atkins for seizures with her doctors' blessings, because the heart trouble may come, but the neurological problems are here now. It's sort of like that old saying, "one man's meat is another man's poison." Except that sometimes, even one's own meat is poison. Pufferfish for everyone!

How annoying that the lab still hasn't done the requested testing for C! They ought to apologize to Joe, putting him through this again and again.

Drake

Laughing my self silly! I only figured out now that the "Post" button is disabled until you actually type something...what a dumb-ass ... sheesh!

Any way, sorry to hear about your kids problems... Family curses sucks ... especially when you are the one to catch the "once in a blue moon" curse that none of the others have but you just happen to be lucky ... or rather unlucky ... during the genetic wheel of fortune.

I'm sure it's going to be difficult for Joe to accept the fact that he can't order his usual from DD's. Poor kiddo.

Pufferfish ... hmmm now that's something that's at least worth doing ... unlike something silly such as sky diving or bunjee jumping ... not that I could do it, even if I wanted to ;D

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