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angelang40
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   Posted 12/1/2007 12:40 PM (GMT -7)   
:-)  Well got up this morning after having a good nights sleep and decided to put up the decorations my living rooms like santas grotto just got to write my letter to santa :-) :-) :-) !!!!!!!hmmmmmm wonder what he will give me for my xmas this year new intestines perhaps if only lol well another year i have survived the hospitals the doctors apps the injections head down toilet lol arent you just glad to be alive  :-) :-) :-) :-)
Tomorrow ill be travelling to my partners house number 2 to decorate lol i love this time of year such a shame we dont see many white xmases.
I had so much energy today not quite sure where it came from only wish i felt like that everyday ive just got my 7ft xmas tree to put up ill do that next friday i did assk him to get me a 5ft lol hell whats the difference ill need a stepladder to reach it im only 5ft 3.
 
have fun decorating :-)

gemini kiwi
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   Posted 12/1/2007 12:50 PM (GMT -7)   
Oh a white Xmas is so special, especially to us Kiwi's as Xmas falls summer time here. When my family moved back to the Uk I was 16 and our first Xmas it snowed. My sisters and I were dancing around outside as the huge white flakes fell, they must of thought the new neighbours were nuts. The village was just so pretty with all the snow. A kiwi Xmas is harder on a small holding, heaps of work to be done, give me a white Xmas any day, not that I could eat much of the traditional fare.
Have fun and be careful climbing ladders, glad that your fella came to his senses and that your back together, I'm sure you'll have a special Xmas.
Tess

angelang40
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   Posted 12/1/2007 1:00 PM (GMT -7)   
awwwwwww thanks tess i think what brought him to his senses was the 4years 3 months and 1 day is it really worth throwing away not only that when he got back to his he looked around and thought of me because i was the one who put everything back into his house he had nothing when i met him and now well things are so different he just hates seeing me ill all the time hes never really seen me fit and healthy u never realiuse how much you miss something/someone till its gone!!!!!!


PS We could always go to the north pole lol guaranteed a white xmas.

gachrons
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   Posted 12/1/2007 8:42 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi Had our first snow storm here and not sure how long it will last but it is pretty we don't have the winters we used to .Won't be putting my tree up for another 2 weeks but got my rooms all washed down and now for tiding up. Have fun with that tree and keep the good energy going. I like the decorations too .The boughs I put out on the step are pretty all covered in snow but the wind has a raw feel to it. lol gail

JudyK89
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   Posted 12/2/2007 8:11 AM (GMT -7)   
angel,

I wish you could share some of that energy with me. I'm feeling pretty bah, humbug this year with my FIL being so ill, and I seem to have no energy. Just the nominal house cleaning is kicking my butt. Maybe once I actually start decorating I'll feel better.

Gail,

I didn't realize you lived in Nova Scotia. It is so beautiful up there. I joined my ex-husband there for a couple weeks almost 30 years ago. His ship made a stop there while he was on a NATO cruise (Navy). I like to say my son should have had a sticker on his butt that says "made in Nova Scotia" lol. It shouldn't surprise me that that's where you live, because the thing I remember most is how friendly everyone was. Complete strangers were asking us to dinner, helped me find a doctor when I was ill, gave us extra days for free on our room because his departure kept getting delayed. We had an incredible time, sort of like the honeymoon we never had. I remember the rugged coast line, and the light houses. We were there in February (veeery coooold) but it was still beautiful, it must be very lovely during the holidays.
Judy
Crohn's Disease   
 
 
 


pb4
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   Posted 12/2/2007 11:23 AM (GMT -7)   
You can have our cold and snowy winter if you like!!!! I absolutely hate the cold and snow and apparently we are in for the coldest winter this yr since 15 yrs ago (very depressing)...I'm in Canada (alberta specifically)...and personally I'd love to be decorating a tree and stuff in a tank top and shorts any day rather then be freezing my butt off.


:)
My bum is broken....there's a big crack down the middle of it!  LOL  :)


gemini kiwi
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   Posted 12/2/2007 11:48 AM (GMT -7)   
My Mum used to say snow, .......yes it looks lovely ..................on a postcard. Suddenly we are in the middle of a drought. I don't know what happened, I guess I've been pre-occupied with the Crohn's etc, I was shivering only a couple of weeks ago, but we haven't had the usual rainfall now the farmer on our boundary fence has all the irrigagation going 24/7. The river is so low. we have our own bore so water is no problem but I'm getting my daily 10,000 steps very easily according to my pedometre just moving the irrigation pipes around the paddocks trying to keep it all growing and green.
Tess

gachrons
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   Posted 12/2/2007 2:51 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi Judy Yes Nova Scotia is my home and most people are friendly .Wow your son is from here too that is so cool to read about has he been here since he was made? The coast is very beautiful and the ocean is awesome. So glad to hear I'am not the only one here getting snow. Angel sure is a Xmas name and not sure about you getting new intestines for X-mas but nice to know your sleeping . Judy hope you get a little energy surge I am not sure where mine came from of course my friends here and there inspiring me and good old vitties the pill so big it almost is too big to go down but I'am still swallowing. Well just got to tell yah's I now have 9 morning doves, 2 pine goosebeaks. 2 nut hatches. lots of chickadees, and others birds they come right to my step I have the big feeder screwed to the corner railing so what a beautiful view I get of them .This will be my first winter with the birds and I wish I did it when I was younger. Loving your thread Angelang and have you hung the mistletoe ? lol gail

angelang40
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   Posted 12/3/2007 9:16 AM (GMT -7)   
gail no nae yet going out shopping tomorrow again for more deccys decorating the whole house gee this methotrexate is working wonders for me lol just need to buy my xmas stocking for santa who knows i may find some diamonds and pearls and a wealthy millionaire lol.another year im alive yipee!!!!!!!!!!!! lol ive survived another year with my head down the loo.(smile)

angelang40
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   Posted 12/3/2007 9:20 AM (GMT -7)   
hmmmmmm i watched hugh heffner and the playboygirls on sky and because they never had any snow they hired a machine and covered the whole mansion my god must of cost him thousands guess he could afford it lol now theres an idea hire a machine perhaps not it was just a thought i could not afford it anyway lol not with all the meds im on lol.

when you want snow it dosent and when you dont want it does snow grrrrr lol
happy decorating munchkins!

Zanne
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   Posted 12/3/2007 9:46 AM (GMT -7)   
We're having our first snow here in MA! Both girls are home from school and I didn't have to go to work, YAh!!! I'm thinking about doing a gingerbread house. I bought a pre made one, assembly required, instead of baking one this year, but still, its fun and festive. I put up the outside decorations in the freezing cold wind this weekend. My husband has to do the lights outside and we haven't done the inside decorations, thats next weekend or as I have the energy to go to the attic and get a box down and put up the contents. I work in the wholesale gift industry, and we have always had at least one xmas company, so I have TONS of Xmas decorations (30+ boxes) that I have collected over the years. It takes me days to do the house. After doing Xmas at work for 20 years/365 I always think, is this the year I'm not going to want to decorate at home. BUT, so far it hasn't happened. Its my favorite time of year, I just love it. So I will decorate at home for Xmas 2007 and go to work and set up for Xmas 2008. It gets a little confusing sometimes but I guess it helps that I just love Xmas.

Oh and by the way, my Grandfather was from Nova Scotia and I still have family there. I've never been, but I've heard stories all my life from my Mom.

Happy Decorating.
Suzanne

CD 19 years offically, 29 unofficially. 3 resections '93, '95 '97
Symptoms constantly but all tests show only minor ulcerations. Currently having multiple episodes of gastritis with no known cause.


Prednisone, 6MP,Prevacid, B12 shots, Bentyl, Xifaxan.....

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