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Sherrine
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   Posted 1/4/2010 8:21 AM (GMT -7)   
 
Happy New Year and welcome to the Good News Gazette!  I had this idea this past weekend when I was seeing so many sad and depressing posts on the forum.  Having chronic pain is depressing but we need to try to not be thinking about pain and medication a lot.  That, alone, is depressing and causes more pain.  We are better off focusing on the good things in our lives so I'm starting the Good News Gazette! 
 
What we do on this thread is talk about the good things in our lives.  We don't mention pain and misery...just like the Koffee Klatches.  Instead we can talk about what we accomplished that day or something you are so thankful for.  I'm hoping that by writing these things down and reading other members' good news, it will be encouraging to all of us on the fibro forum.  What better gift can we give each other than encouragement!  If we've come up with a shortcut or an easier way to do something, this is the place to post it!  That definitely is good news.  I'm hoping this will give each of us new hope and help chase some depression away and put a smile on our faces.  So, let's give it a try!
 
Yesterday I managed to take my Christmas tree down and put away the rest of my decorations without help.  I was so pleased about that.  I have a small, artificial tree and would bring in the box, take apart the tree, and struggle to get the filled box out to the garage.  Can't say I'm the brightest bulb in the chandelier!   LOL  This year I left the box in the garage and carried each section out separately and it was a breeze!  I sure wish I had thought of that five years ago! 
 
When I finished that, I got on the computer and saw that we had freeze warnings here in Florida!  I ignored the freeze warning last year and lost a lot of my plants and it cost me several hundred dollars to replace them.  Money talks to me these days so I got out and covered all my tender plants.  Last night, when I would wake up, I would smile because I knew my plants would be safe and I would be able to continue to enjoy their blooms in a few days.  I did give myself several good pats on the back!
 
Sherrine   
 
 


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crazykitty
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   Posted 1/4/2010 9:10 AM (GMT -7)   
I'm in the process of starting a clean sweep in my home, get rid of things I do not need or
use. The items will be given to Goodwill. This will definately be a long term project.

The first place I have started to tackle is my closet. I have come across things I haven't seen
since our last move three years ago. When I'm finished with mine, I'll start in hubby's closet,
and then onto our drawers. Plan on going from room to room. Hopefully things will be more
organized and Goodwill will benefit.

Hugs, Robin
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vestabula
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   Posted 1/4/2010 9:52 AM (GMT -7)   

What a great idea, Sherrine!  I have already written a long As the Fibro Burns post, vaccumed the living room and family room, done the dishes and brought several loads of wood in for our wood stove.  Can I take a nap yet..LOL!  I know we can't mention pain, but what about the fog?  I DID lose two sets of car keys over the week-end and I didn't even drive anywhere.  Before my nap, I will be checking the freezer etc...per ususal.  No bigee...right?

Huggies

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puppylover
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   Posted 1/4/2010 9:56 AM (GMT -7)   

What a wonderful day I'm having.  We just dug out of a year and a half of serious financial shortcomings.  Things are looking so much better that I am going to Walmart to find some much needed new socks, under thingies, etc!tongue  Our former bad luck has taught me to appreciate the little things.  And I'm feeling great too!  Yippie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Marlee2
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   Posted 1/4/2010 12:19 PM (GMT -7)   
Wow, Sherrine came up with a great idea, now that is good news!!! devil Sorry Sherrine, I was too busy for a long time to give you any problems but not so busy now.
 
Oldest son e-mailed me this morning and it was 17 in NC, it was -12 here with wind chill factor. Wonder if the poor baby wanted sympathy???
 
Puppylove, if you have a Gordman's near you they have heavy duty hiking socks for about the same price as Walmart's lightweight ones.
 
Robin, I will get back to my purging and redecorating projects I started last fall tomorrow. Would have started today but spent two hours going to doc for my three month checkup and too late to start anything when I got back. If it hasn't been used since we moved here 4 1/2 yrs ago it is gone. My motto is simplify, simplify, simplify.
 
I had a good doc visit today, still have a pulse so guess I am in great shape, except for that P word we can't use.
 
luv and hugs
Marlee
 
 
 
 
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ivy6
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   Posted 1/4/2010 2:57 PM (GMT -7)   
Yesterday, for the first time in a month, I was able to go for a walk without using my walking stick.

I'm so impressed that you've put away all your Christmas decorations, Sherrine. So far, I haven't done more than take the wreath off the front door.
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Statgeek
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   Posted 1/4/2010 11:23 PM (GMT -7)   
I gave blood on Saturday.  I used to give blood all the time, but had to stop because my iron stores were too low.  Then I never went anywhere near the blood bank because I worked in the opposite direction.  So when I discovered a blood drive while I was shopping, I decided to give it a try.  I had enough iron, my blood pressure and pulse were both good, too.  I usually get a little weak and dizzy after giving blood, but that passed in less than an hour and I was good.  This was the first time I gave blood after getting fibro.  I was concerned that it would hurt more and I would be more tired than I used to get, but it turned out fine.  It felt so good to be able to do that again.  I also discovered that there is a blood drive near here every two months! 

FMsaddenedspirit
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   Posted 1/5/2010 5:34 AM (GMT -7)   
on Sunday I did good. . I have a lot of house plants and they where screaming for water. LOL. so its an all day project to put them in the kitchen sink and water. as I do a good watering. I lost one . poor little guy and I had been doing good at bringing that little one back to life... but he is gone now.. I will plant his roots out side in my garden bed and see if he comes back. LOL. but yes feels good to have watered them all.

I even cleaned the front yard. ( mind you we live in a small town house so my yards are small and we have a block wall around each yard. cute.
even cleaned the back yard, and out the front gate and walk way.

put the X-mas wraping paper away . still need to get the boxes put away . and tree. but I like to leave it up as long as poss...

now for the office plants.

my goal this year is to get organized. , clean closets, draws, have been re doing the kitchen cabnets slowly with new paper. and while my daughter is here I would like to clean walls.. lord knows they need it . paint would be better . LOL

looking forward to reading everybodys good days.

take care all...much love
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Sherrine
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   Posted 1/5/2010 9:47 AM (GMT -7)   
Well, like many of you, I need to organize...BIG TIME!  Yesterday, I started in my walk in pantry in the kitchen.  On the floor I had so many electrical gadgets I haven't used in the 12 years I've lived here, along with about 2,856 dust bunnies.  I should have been throwing carrots in there occasionally, I had so many!  turn   So, I pulled all of them out, wiped them all off, and put them in the garage in a large box for a garage sale my development has in the spring. 
 
Then I was starting my shelves.  I have wire shelves and I don't like them because many things tip over on them so my daughter had some thin "boards" cut that I can put on some of the shelves.  So, today, you will find me knee deep in canned goods, snacks, crackers, paper products, and cleaning goods.  If you don't hear from me, send in a search party!  smilewinkgrin
 
Sherrine
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getting by
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   Posted 1/5/2010 10:55 AM (GMT -7)   
Wonderful thread Sherrine,
 
Today is my day to rest, though I need to go to town to pick up a prescription.  I find when I get a few days off of work, that if I rest the first day, I get so much more accomplished.
 
We are suppose to have warmer weather at the beginning of next week.  30's Yeah!!! Heat wave!!! 
 
How cold is it there Sherrine???devil
 
Have a good day all!!!
 
Hugs, Karen
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Myself 09
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   Posted 1/5/2010 11:38 AM (GMT -7)   
Terrific Post, Sherrine! And, congrats Puppylove!!

I made doctor's appointments (I had been putting off). Rah! I also straightened upstairs, and minorly reorganized my kitchen closet.

Next, I plan to go do two loads of laundry at the local washorama. Then, to the gym! I was bad over the hols, since I was taking a statin that totally knocked me out. But, since I have stopped, my energy has come back, and with it the need to go back to the gym.

The biggest 'rah' factor is that I finally recommitted to Weight Watchers again today, after gaining back 40 of 50 pounds lost. New goal--150. Current Weight: 177.6

Be well all!! Painkillers and snuggies for all!

Irish Babe
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   Posted 1/5/2010 12:20 PM (GMT -7)   
We have been busy here. All of the Christmas stuff came down the day after Christmas, except for the wreath on the front door. I love the smell of it and I decorated it myself and I think it looks rather pretty. I will take it down in a few wks. We also had my older son moving out into his first apt, so we had a lot of activity w/ packing and moving and unpacking. He bought a B I G tv that couldn't fit in his car, so my sons put it in Dad's car and brought it to the new place. There is still stuff that needs to be moved there and stuff rearranged in the bedroom here so my younger son can actually move around. Then we have to remove a leaf in our DR table and I will have even more room to move in my DR. YEAH!!
 
I miss my son, but this is a good thing for him. I have been doing laundry and moving furniture back where it was before the holiday (my son is the brawn in this game). I have been making dr appt for my DH and driving him there and the hospital. Now I have to set up new dr appts., but I am ok w/ that job.
 
I am hopeful that warmer weather will come our way, SOON. I am freezing, but right now, I feel peaceful. I did a lot of the chores like pantry, cabinets, etc., before the holidays so that is behind me. I have been keeping things as organized as I can right now. I have been throwing out junk, right and left. Still more to do, but I will worry about that next wk, I need 'Chill Time'.
 
We have had a lot of changes here and some are little ones I'm making that really don't seem to be noticed by others, but that's ok. I am doing them for me anyway. I need to let go of somethings, items and feelings. So far, I am handling them well. I am proud of me. The garbage man is probably not too thrilled w/ me, but, oh well! Can't please all the ppl. wink
 
It seems as if we're all in a more positive mood here, taking better control of our lives. This is such a good group of friends here, thank you all for being such an inspiration to me. I thank God for each of you!
 
Hope everyone is having a wonderful day, stay warm.
 
God bless.  Alice.
 
 
 

Curlykraut
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   Posted 1/5/2010 12:34 PM (GMT -7)   
Wow what a great idea, this is sooo needed right now.  I decided to start dieting before the new year, just changing my habits and watching portions.  Well, we got a Wii for Christmas (yes it is for the kids...) and I love it.  Once I fire it up, I feel energized and I can do so much like house work.  I am on my second load of laundry for the day, I am psyched!

Marlee2
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   Posted 1/5/2010 1:22 PM (GMT -7)   
I haven't gotten too much done the past two days, too much running to do, but I plan on starting on my office closet in the morning. Which brings me to a question, how long should you keep utility bills and stuff after they have been paid??? I'm always afraid if I throw something away someone will come back and say I didn't pay something so I end up keeping all that for years and I know it probably isn't necessary. Is one year back okay???
 
I'm happy to hear that everyone has something they are trying to improve if for no other reason than to make them happy which is all that matters.
 
luv and hugs
Marlee
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FMsaddenedspirit
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   Posted 1/5/2010 1:51 PM (GMT -7)   
Marlee
back in the day when I filed paper work and old bills.. ( now they just go in a box in the closet .. bad me I know.. but anyway back then I would save 1 yr of bills. and keep 7 yrs for taxes.

Good luck with your closet my dear.
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getting by
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   Posted 1/5/2010 4:48 PM (GMT -7)   
Marlee,
 
It is so funny you mentioned that because I was wondering too.   I have boxes full of paid bills.  I wasn't sure how long to save them.
 
This is such a good thread, it is interesting to read what everybody is doing.
 
I hope that everybody has a wonderful day.
 
Hugs, Karen
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MrsCavbar
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   Posted 1/5/2010 8:17 PM (GMT -7)   
I cleaned my house, I mean really cleaned, it took me 2 days 3 rooms one day 3 rooms the next. LOL My Christmas deco is still up though, cept the tree, which is actually going up this wkend. My son's been at his nanna's since the wkend before Christmas and we'll be having another Christmas for him later this month. Instead of buying gifts or cards for the rest of my family, using a resource I just don't have, I got out all of my scrapbooking stuff and made cards. It took me about an hr for each card between all the cutting and gluing and designing, but each one is personalized and each has a picture of the first time they held my son. The idea spawned because I didn't want to spend my 'husband's' money to buy him a birthday gift LOL After glue and deco items each card cost about 20 cents. Aside from my son being gone, the only darker spot is that the cold weather killed the battery in my mini van, which was going to cost $200 to replace, but they took $20 off after talking with my husband and I finding out we're both disabled. It took most of what I had managed to save up in 5 moz, but at least it wasn't the alternator or something more serious and expensive.
And speaking of cold weather, while the freezing fog and flurries are pretty, couldn't they just be a lil warmer? LOL

I hope everyone has as many productive, lower pain days as they can handle :)
Lola

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Littleneck
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   Posted 1/5/2010 8:36 PM (GMT -7)   
Today I made my first green food smoothie using my new Christmas heavy-duty juicer. I could actually drink it without gagging too :) I used an apple and frozen blueberries for sweetness, small piece of ginger for warmth, romaine lettuce and celery, mixed with water. Tomorrow will be kale, strawberries, apple, and cilantro with water.

Statgeek
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   Posted 1/5/2010 10:57 PM (GMT -7)   
Yummy smoothies.  If you have juicer, carrots, celery, lemon, apple, and cilantro make a really delicious juice. 
 
 

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   Posted 1/5/2010 11:08 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi all...

Sticking with the theme of 'happy' or 'good' things I'll share one from the weekend. We've been waiting to hear news on a new puppy we're supposed to be getting...since our Golden Retriever passed away last Sept. We're getting something we can show and do a bit of limited breeding so finding the right one isn't easy. Luckily a friend whom I got our very first Golden from is now a breed judge so I gave her a call. She made a few calls and over the course of about 2 months located a wonderfully bred puppy for us to love. Since she's from a quality breeder she is healthy and wonderfully fit! BUT...until Saturday I didn't even know how old she was yet as they were just recently born...lol The breeder had been ill for a while plus she's working AND sleeping beside this mama Golden and her babies for the first 2 weeks of their life...so she was finally able to give me a call.

I was so excited as we've waited so very long. Today our little girl is 5 weeks old and we're going to visit her over the coming weekend. Her name will be Cedar and she's a very light honey colored Golden. Not sure when we get to bring her home but about 3-4 weeks most likely.

This sure made my day, week, month...you get the picture. Having a Golden to love is hard to explain.

Chutzie
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Littleneck
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   Posted 1/6/2010 4:32 AM (GMT -7)   
I'm coming out of my six week long flare!! Tonight is the first time I have actually felt GOOD in a month. I bought myself a really nice juicer for Christmas and tonight made a great juice of carrots, ginger, cilantro, celery, apples, and lettuce. I drank it and instantly felt my cells wake up and go ZING! The fog lifted, and everything suddenly felt great. I've really been trying to eat well and be cognizant of the effects of different kinds of foods, so have been eating better. YAY!
 
PS- Statgeek, I made the juice before I read your post - what a great coincidence. I'm hooked!


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Marlee2
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   Posted 1/6/2010 9:09 AM (GMT -7)   
Oh Chutzie I didn't know you had lost your beloved pet in the fall, I'm sorry. You will be so happy having a baby to take care of. I was much younger and healthier when we got Brandy than when we got Krissy and had forgotten how much work they can be, Krissy would be a challenge for anyone she is so hard headed. Tique is the perfect little girl and I can't imagine my life without either one of them. A house is not a home without a dog or two as far as I am concerned.
 
Okay, I'm going to start throwing everything away except 2009 stuff. My office closet will be so empty without all that in there. I got rid of my shredder cause it wasn't worth the trouble it caused jamming up all the time.
 
luv and hugs and happy cleaning everyone
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   Posted 1/6/2010 9:35 AM (GMT -7)   
Oh Chutzie a Golden puppy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!I am so happy for you.  You will be getting lots of good and happy exercise.  My baby is 2 and a half now but still acts like a puppy.  We take lots of walks and have lots of  playtime.   She makes me get going in the morning even if I'm not having a "good" day.
 
Congratulations.wink
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   Posted 1/6/2010 10:36 AM (GMT -7)   
Yesterday, I took a break and hung out with my friends all day. We spent four hours driving
around talking and laughing, stopped for lunch, got lost on our adventure, ended up in the
next state. Called my hubby, told him to pick something up for supper because I wouldn't be
cooking. It was FUN, FUN, FUN!
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Sherrine
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   Posted 1/6/2010 12:44 PM (GMT -7)   
Well, I'm still in my pantry.  I think this will take a few more days because I work a little and then get on the computer a little or do something else around the house.  That way, I don't over do and I don't sit in one place too long.  The movement helps me.
 
But, I had NO idea how many paper products I had.  I was storing them in several places.  I have at least 400 plastic cups, tons of plastic utensils, God only knows how many paper plates, and about 18 packages of fancy napkins.  It got to be funny!  The more I found, the more I laughed!  I even have 12 packages of paper doilies!  shocked
 
But, you know what?  All of these paper products gave me an great idea!  It's getting close to my having another virtual party and I have all these wonderful products to use.  No doing dishes at my house!  So, in a week or two, be looking for your virtual invitation on the forum.  I will set the date then.  Start packing!  turn 
 
Sherrine 
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God does not give us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.    2 Timothy 1:7

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