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robert0199
Sep 26, 2018
One thing to remember about butterfly's is they like bees are pollinators. If you have property it is a good thing to have plants that attract them and they are beautiful.
elijah13
Jul 1, 2018
2nd time but beautiful!
aussiesapphire
May 15, 2018
Such beautiful creatures and so many different types.

On the run tonight - getting the outside of the house painted and he was supposed to start on Friday but is coming tomorrow and have lots of things to move so he can paint. Went to the doctor today and not such good news from him.

Good night and God bless Hugs.
abacii
May 15, 2018
"Went to the doctor today and not such good news from him." You can't just leave a cliffhanger like that. Better if you didn't worry us until you have more time to type.
darambo
May 15, 2018
Good morning to all puzzlers and to c4j staff, hope you are all well. Aussie what color are you painting your house? If you don't mind me asking what was the news from the doctor? My friend I do worry about you, hope it wasn't too serious. Prayers said. Please let us know how you are doing. Be safe.
mamag15
May 15, 2018
Please keep us posted on how you are doing.{{{{{HUGS}}}}
leia7
May 15, 2018
Praying that you get through whatever it is.
nborchardt
May 15, 2018
I agree with everyone else, what did the doctor say and please don't leave us hanging and imagining the very worst. I know I am new here, but I truly feel connected to all of you!
rahrah1820
May 15, 2018
There's a lot to do when you own your own place, isn't there? I'm interested in the color, also! Curious minds. Waiting to hear from you, regarding the doctor's visit.
carolsapple
May 15, 2018
I'm curious what the doctors report was as well. Hope nothing to serious. I was wondering what color she's going to paint her house. My parents were friends with an owner of a frozen food company - last name was Swanson. One day they were out of town and their butler gave us a tour of their house. So my parents and I took the tour.
aknan
May 15, 2018
OK, aussie - give on the doctor's report! You can't leave us hanging, as abaci said. Just got one report on my tests today - cholesterol down another 5 points. Great! All those fresh veggies are doing their part. Hoping all is well, dear friend.
carolsapple
May 15, 2018
She can get a 2nd opinion like I have to do. I was just at the doctor and she put me in an udder panic. Left that office very frustrated. I have had a difficult two years.
Taffi
May 15, 2018
Aussie, hon. Please give us some details on the doctor's report. Specifically so that I know how to pray for you. We don't like to be left hanging! You're our friend and we care about you. Gentle hugs, sweetie.
aknan
May 15, 2018
Aussie, I think you started a little storm here....
aussiesapphire
May 15, 2018
Goodness me, didn't mean to disturb so many. I had my usual six monthly blood test and a urine test as well and everything was normal except my blood glucose was too high and my kidneys are not functioning as they should which is one of the side effects of diabetes. So have to have another fasting blood test in two weeks time as he has increased my insulin level and wants to see if that has helped my kidney function. Apologies to all concerned and I do appreciate your love and friendship and most of all your prayers. Hugs to all.
aussiesapphire
May 15, 2018
And the house colour for the main part is a very pale green and a darker green to match the colour on my colourbond garage. It will take a couple of days for him to get it all done and as it was almost 16 years ago when I last had it painted, it will freshen up the house immensely. Wish there was some sort of paint to freshen up me hahahah. Hugs.
jiggler
May 16, 2018
Oh, that's the colours of the house I had when I owned my boarding kennels and cattery! Loved it, I was out in the country and the house looked as if it had grown up out of the surrounding countryside.
jiggler
May 16, 2018
And - had the trims white with windowsill edges the same muted pinkish colour as the central strip of the flax leaves :-)
aussiesapphire
May 16, 2018
Sounds lovely jiggler. Hugs.
carolsapple
May 16, 2018
Aww - My mil has diabetes and we were worried about her. She's had to go to the dentist a few times and she's passed out in the waiting room. I've had 3 surgeries in 2 years. Dealt with numerous deaths family and friends. Ugh! My doctor says "Did I tell you that you drive me crazy". Then one day someone says in here that my behavior was inexcusable - Wow!
carolsapple
May 16, 2018
Really sad of the passing of Margo Kidder - the original Lois Lane - from the Superman movies.
jan1936
May 16, 2018
All the love coming from you to us does all the freshening up you need. We all care for you and thank you for your hugs and caring
nborchardt
May 16, 2018
The colors sound lovely and I know what you are going through because I also have Type II Diabetes and it is hard keeping the numbers down. Good luck and God bless.
aknan
May 16, 2018
Hydrate, aussie, hydrate! I keep a bottle of water handy at all times. Keeps my kidneys going and also helps with weight loss.
jan1936
May 16, 2018
I to have type two diabetes. Have had it for 20 years.
aussiesapphire
May 16, 2018
Thank you Jan, with an estranged daughter and an estranged husband, comments like yours are a great encouragement and shows me through you and all the lovely people on here that God is in control and things happen for a reason. Loving hugs.
jan1936
May 16, 2018
Nothing is forever, and things have a way to change in an instant. Just let everything go and let God handle it. Belive me spirit works.
abacii
May 17, 2018
Type II, also.
mamag15
May 17, 2018
Aussie, sounds like what my hubby is going through with his type 11 diabetes as well. His kidney function is not doing all that well either. He has been drinking plain water that he keeps in a water bottle. It helps him stay hydrated as well as helps with the kidneys. His COPD and emphysema are still not getting better but that will not happen as they continually get worse. We do keep hoping and praying though. He is taking 52 units of Levimor at night and 48 units in the morning.
aussiesapphire
May 17, 2018
Thanks mamag, I only have to inject once around 6pm. So far my readings are getting a bit lower and hopefully by the time I see the doctor in a couple of weeks, it will have improved even further. God bless all of you for you care. Hugs.
LuvsWesterns
May 18, 2018
Hi aussie! Haven't been keeping up much on the comments section. Have busier than a one-legged man in a butt-kickin' contest lately, and let my puzzling get behind. Here's tip that a nurse-practitioner who specialized in helping diabetic patients understand and deal with their diabetes. Each cell in our body has little receptor areas. When we get older and gain a bit of weight, the fat part of the cell covers the receptors and the amount of insulin that can get in isn't as much as when the full receptor is available. Now, here's what I didn't know. Just a little exercise -- a bit of walking every day -- doesn't have to get the cardio rate up. But a little bit of exercise tones the cells and opens up the receptors.

One of the reasons that Type 2 diabetics have to keep increasing insulin is because those receptors are clogged (for lack of a better term). If you can -- and I know some folks can't because of lung problems or arthritis, etc. -- but, if you can, try walking a little bit every day and see if that A1C doesn't come down a bit. Big hugs for you, dear lady!
aussiesapphire
May 18, 2018
Hi luvswesterns - thank you for all that lovely info and the one legged man made me laugh hahahaha. Hugs
abacii
May 20, 2018
Busier than a one-legged man in a butt-kickin' contest. More nervous than a long-tail cat in a roomful of rocking chairs. Happier than a tornado in a trailer park. There must be dozens of these comparisons.
mamag15
May 20, 2018
Luvswesterns, my husband was doing really good for a while with walking but then his O2 levels dropped considerably. We had to replace both his portable and his in-home oxygen concentrator. Hopefully, with the new machines, he will start getting his o2 levels back up so he can start doing some walking. His sugar is still bouncing around but for the most part, t has been below 200 except when he cheats by eating something he shouldn't.
LuvsWesterns
May 20, 2018
I really do understand. COPD and heart problems thrown into the exercise mix are often difficult to balance. And when copious amounts of insulin are taken but just bounce off and don't penetrate the cells, it is very disheartening. Meal planning and watching natural carbs and complex carbs are tough enough, but throw some cookies and sweets into the mix, and danger lurks. I believe our blood thickens with high glucose, and this damages the very small veins and capillaries in the eyes and kidneys, especially, and causes slow-healing in the extremities. But, just like smoking, we aren't aware of the harm until it manifests itself in some disorder. Difficult to adjust to healthier eating when we're older, too. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Self-discipline is necessary, but we all succumb to diet temptations. Just human nature. Try to make it like the Weight-Watchers do (I believe) and keep it to once a week. I understand with Type 2 that blood-sugar levels shouldn't be above 145 with a test two hours after one eats. Type 1s test before meals, but Type 2s should do it two hours after to see what's really going on and if adjustments need to be made in oral meds, in time(s) of taking them, if a little boost with Amaryl would do the trick, or if the additional Lantus or other slow-release 24-hour injectable insulin might help. Take care. There are lots of us out here fighting this same battle and know what you and he are going through.
aussiesapphire
May 20, 2018
Great stuff abacii - loved them. Hugs.
aussiesapphire
May 20, 2018
I can relate to your husband's eating things he shouldn't do mamag, as I really do get sick of not being able to eat things I enjoy and break down once in a while :( Hugs.
carolsapple
May 20, 2018
I recall being yelled at by a doctors office and my mil was yelled at as well. Reason - we weren't drinking enough water. My mil doctor told her not, coffee, iced tea - plain h2o - my sil was there at the apt. with my mil. My sil told her mother see mom! Told you so. This antioboitic is making me feel yucky lol
carolsapple
May 20, 2018
My hubby has a double whammy heart and kidney issue. He's using a cpap breathing machine at night. He's going in for minor surgery next month.
carolsapple
May 21, 2018
Aussie - You didn't disturb anyone - we all were concerned.
leia7
May 21, 2018
I read about your husband. Sending hope and prayer your way :)
mamag15
May 21, 2018
Wow!!! There are a lot of people here going through so much stuff. I guess it is by God's grace that we can make it through. The power of prayer is so strong. With heart diseases, diabetes, COPD, cancer, loss of loved ones, and other things that bring us down, we can still smile and cope with our day to day chores. We may struggle, cry, scream, and do whatever it takes to help us deal with all of this, we know God still has our backs. I pray for all of us to keep going and lean onHis grace when things get tough. Thank you for the support you all give and may God get the glory as we all stand tall and keep looking toward His face for strength. Love you all.
leia7
May 21, 2018
You are strong. Remember that. I know you will do well with your classes.
rahrah1820
May 21, 2018
Thank you for the encouraging words, mamag15. I add an amen to them.
aussiesapphire
May 21, 2018
So many special people on here - what a privilege it is to be part of this site. May God bless you Kevin and staff for the effort you put into this puzzle site. Hugs.
mamag15
May 22, 2018
{{{{{HUGS}}}}
carolsapple
May 23, 2018
There's another reason for hydrating - if you don't hydrate it can cause your test too concentrated - it can cause dehydratation - I was yelled by a nurse at the ER. Ugh! I was just at the docs office and I had to call Friday for an emergency appt. with the doctor. Told them that I'm worse - now sick and on 5 meds. A few weeks ago was a really tough day. My uncle told me it was my aunts bday and he really misses my aunt - wife. She died in May - I was going to have lunch with him but had to postpone it.
abacii
May 23, 2018
One more reason to hydrate: I just passed my 2nd kidney stone last week. They seriously kill. You also have to be careful not to over-hydrate because it may drive your sodium too low (feel dizzy and weak).
aknan
May 24, 2018
Abacii, if you have a natural food or health store in your area, see if they carry vegetal silica capsules. These are made from the silica found in horsetail ferns and they help dissolve kidney stones. For my Dearly Beloved, it only takes one pill when he first feels the stone. They may also work for you.
aussiesapphire
May 24, 2018
Ouch abacii, my best friend had that problem years ago and know how painful it was for her. Hugs.
abacii
May 25, 2018
Thanks for the advice, Aknan.
orinoco
May 15, 2018
Living in the city, butterflies are not common. Once I saw a beautiful one on the bus, and all the crazy ladies screamed in terror at the sight of it! A young boy guided it up to the open window so it could fly away, safe. It saddened me to hear all those women yelling, "AAAAAH! Kill it! Somebody kill it! "
nborchardt
May 15, 2018
Now, I am ashamed to say, it they were screaming, "AAAAAAAH! Kill it! " and it was a spider, I would totally agree! Spiders and I will never ever be friends!!
orinoco
May 15, 2018
Oh, sweetie, I'm with you. If it were a spider I'd have leapt off the bus even without waiting for the doors to open! I can't bear to see them even in pictures.
aknan
May 15, 2018
I amazes me how many people are frightened by harmless insects, like butterflies and moths. Poor uneducated fools....
aknan
May 15, 2018
Now, having made that comment, I'd scream my lungs out at a spider!
KarenBuglet
May 16, 2018
It's a silly thing, but I often think what the other bugs must think when we are all "A bug! Kill it! " and then a lady bug lands on us and we are "Oh, how cute, a lady bug."
orinoco
May 16, 2018
My silly sister used to scream at the sight of grasshoppers. I knew she was just playing a role as when we were kids we used to catch them and play with them. When she hit highschool, I guess she decided it was more "feminine" to scream.
peaches1aple
May 19, 2018
Grasshoppers? Wow.....when I was little I used to love spiders. Now I don't like any spiders (well except the jumping ones....I like them)
pixipixil
May 15, 2018
Missing puzzling but trying to avoid all unnecessary activities that aggravate my neck and shoulder and computer use is a big one. Please pray for the bones that are out of place to go back.
Thank You.
nborchardt
May 15, 2018
Prayers are being said.
pixipixil
May 15, 2018
Thank you, nborchardt. I don't recall seeing you post before. So glad you joined up with us.
aknan
May 15, 2018
Are you seeing a chiropractor, pixi? They've really helped me in the past.
rahrah1820
May 15, 2018
Praying for you pixi
rpayne14
May 15, 2018
Seems we share something in common. Just had on April 30, cervical epidural steroid injection for herniated disk on right side. Before injection I had been taking 3 different medications, that left me stupid most of the time. Other times I was in so much pain I did not want to move. Since February 26(my 46th anniversary) my first injection, I have begun to feel like a normal person. Please, I pray you find the help you need for your condition. Let me know. I will be praying for you.
JAMP124
May 15, 2018
Praying ----
KarenBuglet
May 16, 2018
Praying for you Pixipixil.
pixipixil
May 16, 2018
Thank you rahrah, rpayne, jamp and karen for the prayers. Rpayne, I am happy you have found relief. My father had a crushed disc in his back from lifting a piano in the army. He would have stints of not being able to move and had to lie on the floor for days when it would kick up. He didn't know that was what he had and thought he'd slipped a disc. For myself I am pretty sure it's something out of alignment between my neck and clavicle. Between the garden and housework I haven't been able to give it the rest it needs to relax and go back in place. Will really try to do that in the next few days.
pixipixil
May 16, 2018
Aknan, I know people who swear by them and even have a relative who is one (unfortuntely she lives in Florida and we live in New York0. My father was a claims adjuster for many years and warned me to never use one because of all the damage he had seen caused by them in investigating back injuries. It may well be different now.
aknan
May 16, 2018
It is quite different now; the profession is regulated just as medical doctors are. My chiropractor got me through the months before my hip replacement surgery was funded. Medicare even covers the visit costs. Do hope you start feeling better - or at least in less pain!
pixipixil
May 16, 2018
Thank you aknan and thanks for the info.
LuvsWesterns
May 18, 2018
Said a prayer for your comfort and healing, pixipixil. Hope you're feeling better soon.
pixipixil
May 18, 2018
Thank you Luvswesterns.
KwkClkrSwkr69
May 17, 2018
Gorgeous butterfly!!!!!
jiggler
May 16, 2018
Makes me think of two favourite songs - "Pretty Butterfly" and "Poor Butterfly". Anyone remember the wonderful Mills Brothers? I love them!
msmelbaj
May 15, 2018
Absolutely beautiful puzzle and loved working it. I love butterflies
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