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SANTACLAUS
Jun 29, 2018
Thank you once agsin team enjoyed yet another of your jigsaws, maybe at last Iam on the road to good health, I will realy throw a party when this happens. health and happiness to you all, lots of good wishes SANTA.
ColleenAnn
Jun 25, 2018
Wow, I haven't seen milk in a bottle in a long time. it always stayed nice and cold. yum
Honeybeez
Feb 21, 2018
I love food puzzles!!
KwkClkrSwkr68
Feb 7, 2018
Looks like a NUTRITIOUS lunch!!!!
LuvsWesterns
Feb 4, 2018
Hubby back in hospital. Bradycardia. May need pacemaker.
leia7
Feb 4, 2018
I'm so sorry. Prayers are sent your way.
momstoy
Feb 4, 2018
So sorry to hear that. Will continue praying for both of you.
GBU
rahrah1820
Feb 4, 2018
Prayers offered for you and your beloved. My niece had a pacemaker put in at the age of 18, it made a huge difference in her life.
trynfindit
Feb 4, 2018
Hi Luvs, I was diagnosed with Bradycardia in 2009 and had a two-lead pacemaker put in. One of my heart valves had completely stopped working and, when they rolled me into the operating room my heart was only beating 14 times a minute. I had been feeling "poorly" the whole year before my pacer surgery and, after it, all sorts of things got better (my voice, my circulation, and many other things; my fingernails even turned pink again - my circulation had gotten so bad I hadn't noticed that my nails were the same color as their "moons.") My heart's been in great shape since then. Will say a prayer for your hubby, for a successful surgery, and for you.
aussiesapphire
Feb 4, 2018
Praying for you both luvswesterns. Hugs.
LuvsWesterns
Feb 5, 2018
Thank you, all, for your responses -- and, for trynfindit, a big THANK YOU for your first-hand experience. I'm thinking his low blood oxygen levels and this rise and fall in his heartbeat rate may have had a big effect on his brain health, too! Don't know if he can recover what has been lost, but if we can stabilize a bit with better oxygen levels to his heart and brain, that would be another prayer answered. He gets the pacemaker tomorrow and, God willing, will come home Tuesday.

You all are great, wonderful group of folks. Thanks for your prayers and encouragement. Big cyber hugs for everyone.
trynfindit
Feb 6, 2018
Luvs, the increased blood circulation and better stabilization of his heart may very well improve the oxygen levels to his heart and brain. You and your hubby are in our prayers.
trynfindit
Feb 6, 2018
PS: Please keep us posted on his progress.
KarenBuglet
Feb 6, 2018
Praying that all goes well and hubby comes home on schedule.
LuvsWesterns
Feb 6, 2018
When I called this morning to find out if they did the procedure, I was told "No. The doctor has changed his medications, and it seems to be working." I found out they stopped his Aricept and atenolol. Stable vitals all day long. They're changing the atenolol to a beta blocker that comes in much, much lower dosages and is taken twice a day. They will see how a dosage tonight and in the morning works, and if OK, may release him tomorrow. They also took him off oxygen! I'll monitor him closely at home for BP, pulse rate, and blood oxygen levels. He may only need oxygen with exertion, as it was up to 98 at rest! Some may scoff, but prayers work -- the answers may not be what we expect -- but the prayers work! Thanks, everyone, from the bottom of my heart.
aussiesapphire
Feb 6, 2018
Good news luvswesterns, I am sure you are both relieved at the "no surgery" decision. Upwards and onwards!! Hugs.
rahrah1820
Feb 6, 2018
I'm so pleased for you both. In other words, yaaay!
KarenBuglet
Feb 7, 2018
Wonderful news!
jas6415
Feb 7, 2018
Looks yummy
pixipixil
Feb 4, 2018
Not my kind of lunch...lettuce sandwich with a garnish of coldcut. Looks like Swiss cheese, too. Can't eat apples and have lactose intolerance so forget the milk. I like rye, mayo, mustard and ham with a slice of tomato and a bottle of green tea, olives for garnish and some potato chips (shame on me for that. I eat the low fat kind but I'm sure they're still awful for me. Lowfat mayo, too.)
Wishing you an unplifting Sunday.
trynfindit
Feb 4, 2018
Pixi, have you seen the Lays low salt potato chips? We REALLY like them so much better than the salty ones.
pixipixil
Feb 4, 2018
I tried the Lays low fat. (I don't have high high blood pressure so salt idn't my issue. It's the cholestrol so fat is.) They are, to me, tasteless. I use Cape Cod lowfats. Very expensive but they at least do have the taste of potatoes.
trynfindit
Feb 6, 2018
I understand about the low salt chips not having much taste - at first. But we continued eating them because we are watching our salt and, like anything new, we got used to them. It didn't take very long to get used to the low salt chips. Now if we eat normally salted chips they are WAY too salty.
xyxyxyxx
Feb 4, 2018
Surprised we don't have a football puzzle today C4J! Hope my fellow football fans enjoy the Super Bowl.
babygirlkfor
Feb 4, 2018
Puppy Bowl!
xyxyxyxx
Feb 5, 2018
I watched the Puppy Bowl, too. I fell in love with a little brown puppy named Morris but my husband would not budge. Morris did get adopted so it's a happy ending...for him anyway....
CatLadyOKC
Feb 6, 2018
Watched a little of it, they are so funny!
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