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Mouflon are a subspecies of wild sheep that are thought to be one of the original ancestors for all modern domestic sheep. The horns of this species are an impressive focal point for this online jigsaw puzzle.

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aussiesapphire
Sep 6, 2019
Whoa wouldn't like to meet him on a rocky outcrop.

All the scans came back with acceptable levels which was cause for relief. However I now have what feels like a stiff neck from the hairline above the neck down to my buttocks. I have worked out it must be arthritis and have been neglecting taking my ginger drink for a couple of months. Made up another lot today, so we will see how that goes. Usually get relief in a few days. Lots of hugs.
nborchardt
Sep 6, 2019
And lots of hugs to you, my friend! Good news for you and for those who care about you!
mamag15
Sep 6, 2019
That is good news Miss Aussie.
trynfindit
Sep 6, 2019
Glad to hear the scans went well. Hope that stiff neck and back goes away quickly.
workined5522
Sep 6, 2019
Great news, Aussie. Take care of yourself. Hugs to you.
aussiesapphire
Sep 9, 2019
Thank you all and hugs back to you.
ichibanvic1
Sep 9, 2019
Hi aussie
Glad to hear your scans came back ok, bit of a round-about with scans....CTs...ultrasounds etc isnt it.
I have back problems too, probably the arthritis. Can I ask what ginger drink you take? xx
aussiesapphire
Sep 10, 2019
Ichi - the ginger drink is made up from 1" raw ginger grated, 1 cup boiling water and a sweetener. I make enough for about four days. Mix it all together and put it in the fridge overnight, pour off the ginger in the morning and have a small glass of the juice. I also put the ginger on the garden, so none of it goes to waste. I have been back on it for about four days now and the change is no9thing less than remarkable. The pain is all but gone and I feel human again. Shop around for the ginger as it is different in the supermarket, green grocer and Aldi. I have a lady who comes to see me once a fortnight and she gets it for me at the Sunday market - quite a large piece for $4.00 - I bought some at Aldi today as I had run out and it was nearly $25.00 a kg and then went to the green grocer and it was down to $16.00. I know for certain it works, just have to persevere. Hugs ichi.
aknan
Sep 10, 2019
Bless the lady who shops for you at the Sunday market - that's a real cost savings! So glad the drink works for you, aussie, and that you're feeling more like your old self! (And I didn't mean in age! )
aussiesapphire
Sep 10, 2019
Well tomorrow I will be a year older and must admit I am feeling much better today. God bless natural products for their healing power. Hugs Aknan.
trynfindit
Sep 11, 2019
HAPPY BIRTHDAY aussie!!

How much sweetener do you put in your ginger drink?

My hubby and I have discovered the wonderful benefit of taking 1 tablespoon of honey right before we go to sleep. With his MS he has seldom had a decent night's sleep and when he sleeps he has violent dreams (the violence is done TO him). When he's taken honey before bedtime he sleeps well and longer and he didn't have any dreams! Praise God and those wonderful honeybees.
aussiesapphire
Sep 11, 2019
Hi trynfindit, I make up enough to fill a pyrex teapot and so as couple of teaspoons of sugar is enough. Some amazing benefits of honey, unfortunately not so good for diabetics.

Thank you for your birthday greetings, last one in my 70's so making the most of it lol. My sister and a friend are taking me out to lunch. Hugs.
trynfindit
Sep 12, 2019
Your birthday outing sounds a lot of fun.

And thanks for the sweetener amount.

I suppose for a Type 1 diabetic the honey before bedtime might not be good but I'm a Type 2 and I read that the increase in blood glucose is relatively short. The honey causes the body to release tryptophan which aids sleep.
retirenow14
Sep 11, 2019
Beautiful, awesome animal. Nice puzzle.
elijah13
Sep 6, 2019
Don't want to tangle with those horns! Beautiful animal.

You learn more from failure than from success. Don't let it stop you. Failure builds character.
nborchardt
Sep 6, 2019
And teaches us soooooooo much. Thanks for the reminder, elijah13!
aknan
Sep 6, 2019
Elijah, could I please have a few more successes and a little less character? LOL
aussiesapphire
Sep 9, 2019
Lol Aknan - hugs.
elijah13
Sep 9, 2019
Aknan, can't help you with that. You are "on your own". Sorry! Finally got my banking settled with the bank. I finally went from failure to success. I got what I wanted. You can do that also.
lilbc77
Sep 6, 2019
Look at those eyes.......what a beautiful animal.
orinoco
Sep 6, 2019
Such pride!! I would too if I could scale the heights like that.

If anyone's interested my friend had a baby girl last week. Both doing well.
mamag15
Sep 6, 2019
Congratulations to the family. :)
aknan
Sep 6, 2019
Sounds like this was a much easier delivery than her first one!
orinoco
Sep 9, 2019
She says it was "infinitely easier." I knew that, but the poor thing had such a hard time the first time (and baby was in hospital for nearly a month as a preemie) that she was really scared. And of course fear doesn't make it easier.
KwkClkrSwkr70
Sep 9, 2019
BEAUTIFUL wild animal!!!!!
mamag15
Sep 6, 2019
Curious looking little dude. Hey there Mr. Mouflin.
aknan
Sep 6, 2019
Anyone remember the mouflin coat collars and trim from the 60s? We didn't realize it was fur!
tshepherd24
Sep 6, 2019
That is a fantastic looking sheep.
held2gether
Sep 6, 2019
No Mouflan in MT, however, they are in Maine and WA state. This mouflan has one heavy coat; it must me winter.
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