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stkitt
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   Posted 4/3/2010 10:35 AM (GMT -6)   
Well here it is time to start Part 4......................

Link to Part 1 of The Chronicles of Bill:

http://www.healingwell.com/community/?f=45&m=1659313&g=1659313#m1659313

Link to Part 2 of The Chronicles of Bill:

http://www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=45&m=1688954&p=1

Link to Part 3 of The Chronicles of Bill:

http://www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=45&p=1&m=1726448

Please continue on posting here in Part 4.

Thanks and go for it everyone.


Kitt

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   Posted 4/3/2010 10:43 AM (GMT -6)   

Posted on 4/2/2010 @ 11:25 AM by dencha 

Hi Barb,
You've got lots of prayers coming your way in hopes that your sweet granddaughter finds a place where she is cherished. I know how hard the situation has been on you, and we're all with you as you hope for the very best outcome.

Glad you can receive sedation when you get your MRI. I'm not claustrophobic generally, but I can certainly understand the panic that it causes. I have had times when I've been somewhere and for some reason felt like I wasn't getting enough air, and I'm guessing that's pretty much what it feels like. I hope they find out what's going on and can help you become pain free.

I'm still hanging in there with my stomach--taking Carafate to soothe what feels like my irritated wrap. I've decided that the discomfort I'm feeling isn't my stomach, but rather my lower esophagus/wrap area. I've always felt that when I drink a lot of water I get some retention in my esophagus and it kind of drizzles into my stomach. Also, there seems to be some trouble with getting things through the wrap at times. I'm wondering if it's a little crooked or something.

I don't consider it tight, since I can swallow and (as I found out in January) throw up. Fortunately, I haven't had any reflux (knock wood), so apparently the "reflux" pain I've had has been the retained food that has broken down. I'm really trying to drink water after meals to clear things out. Also, I try not to drink for an hour after taking the Carafate, so it can attach to the esophagus and protect it.

Kitt,
We are enjoying our new home. The painters are doing the finishing touches on the trim today. It was built too late in the year to get all that done. Keep in mind it's a townhouse, so it is connected to other units. Ours is an end unit, so it has lots of windows. It backs up on a woods, so I have my prerequisite trees. (My oldest son says we'll miss the mountains--we lived in a very hilly area/ski slopes, etc. It is beautiful there. He obviously misses them. It's not very hilly near our new home, but that's because it's a little over a mile away from Lake Ontario!) The town where we've located has beautiful parks along the lake, and a big trail system, so I'm looking forward to exploring those.

It has a front porch, and is "craftsman style" with pillars in front that have stonework at their base. It's one floor, but has dormers at the top, so it looks like it's two story. It has a big entryway with a guest room to the right (which is where we sleep now...our bed is in the apartment). The next door is a full guest bath that is accessed from the hall and the bedroom. Straight down the hall there's a laundry room on the left (with a folding shelf and utility sink). Across from the laundry is a full sized closet/sliding doors/shelves for linens, etc. Straight ahead in the hall is the master bedroom and bath with a walk in closet.

To the left of the entryway is the kitchen/great room. The kitchen is small but really pretty with cherry cabinets and granite counter tops. The great room has a gas fireplace. The ceilings are 9 feet tall throughout, and 13 feet in the great room, which adds a feeling of space, even though it's only 1400 sq ft. We added a screened in porch in the back with a ceiling fan.

There's no lawn yet, no screens on the porch, but it's so pretty and comfortable inside that we love being there.
There...I described it for you!

I hope you and your family have a wonderful holiday weekend, and that your husband is feeling better.

Bill,
Hope you had a great trip back from your well-deserved vacation. You should be very proud of your daughter's successes and your part in helping develop her athletic abilities. She's lucky to have such caring and supportive parents.

Joy,
Enjoy your long weekend!

Take care, everyone!
Denise


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   Posted 4/3/2010 10:45 AM (GMT -6)   
Posted 4/2/2010 by couchtater
 
Sorry I've hadn't been on lately. I've been getting ready for our Easter Party at school. I've stuffed over 300 eggs and wrote their numbers on them. They could only pick up an egg with their number on it. It prolongs the hunt and makes it more fun.
We went to a local park which didn't have a water fountain or working restrooms. :(
The kids were so thirsty after 2 hrs in the 85 degree weather. I feel so dry when we came back to the school I'd thought I'd never get satisfied with the water I drank.
I have a full week off for spring break. Then go back for a week before the CRCT. Then we only have five weeks left! YEAH!

I hope every one has a very Happy Easter!

Joy


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12-22-09   270 degree wrap - no more GERD!
 
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   Posted 4/3/2010 10:47 AM (GMT -6)   
Posted 4/2/2010 by dencha:
 
Hi Joy,
You are SO SO SO lucky! We'll still be in school until the end of June! We do have a Spring Break in a couple weeks, which will be appreciated. This time of year is tough, with everything closing in...so much to do, and so little time! We have Grandparents Day and open House on May 13th, and that requires a lot of extra work. On May 14th we start practicing for our class play, which we'll perform on June 18th. Two of us work together on the play, but I do most of the work, since it was a play I did with another teacher first. I'm also the "crazy director"--which makes me the enforcer when practice starts.

Report cards go home in a couple of weeks, so I'll have to do some more testing. Also, I'll be having some parent conferences as well. It'll keep me extra busy with school work. Summer is coming soon, and I'll be leaving all that work and responsibility behind! I'm especially looking forward to being away from all those germs. As you know, it's not a great place to be when you have asthma. I think the reduction in stress will help my stomach and lungs. We shall see!
Enjoy your weekend!
Denise

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   Posted 4/3/2010 10:48 AM (GMT -6)   
Posted on 4/2/2010 by couchtater:
 
End of June! Ouch! I'd think I'd be stir crazy by then. I've got two parent conferences left to do. It's all down hill after the CRCT. I'm glad... I'm exhausted. It's been a tough year.

Joy

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   Posted 4/3/2010 10:51 AM (GMT -6)   
Posted 4/2/2010 by pandacrazy:
 
Oh my goodness you both have your hands full being teachers. I think that is one of the most demanding jobs. Both your schools are lucky to have such dedicated teachers. They are really going to miss you Denise. Joy I can't believe you stuffed all those eggs. Wow! I hope the kids have fun. Your house sounds awesome Denise. No wonder you love being there. I am stressing tonight about that test tomorrow. I was busy at work today so didn't have much time to think about it until now. It's going to make for a long night at my other job. I sure hope that pill works well for me. Well have to go get ready for work. Barb

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   Posted 4/3/2010 10:53 AM (GMT -6)   
Posted today @ 8:26 AM by couchtater:
 
It's a hard, stressful, and thankless job. But I'd be unhappy in any other job. I love seeing the kids everyday and helping them discover their knowledge inside.
You can't stay mad or upset about things not going good with your day, especially when they come up and hug you. I could be so frustrated over something going wrong and a child will come up give me a hug and my day is brighter.

Joy
 
 

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   Posted 4/3/2010 10:55 AM (GMT -6)   
Posted today @ 9:11 AM by dencha:

Teaching is an exhausting and challenging career, but like Joy, I wouldn't want to do anything else. It's a wonderful atmosphere in which to work. People who haven't taught usually end up in one of two camps--those who think teaching is a "piece of cake", with all the vacations and the short school day, etc, and those who can imagine the challenges and don't know how we manage and have the patience required.

When people start putting teachers down and saying they get paid too much, I'd like to have them follow me for a few weeks. I bring home work nightly, on weekends, and even during vacations. It's a job that never leaves you...it's on your mind, you know you should be working, even when you're not. You could stay in school until 7 or 8 every night, and go in on weekends, too.

That's why I'll be enjoying retirement after the end of June! I'll miss the atmosphere, the kids and my colleagues, but not all the work and responsibilities!
Enjoy your holiday, everyone!
Denise



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   Posted 4/3/2010 11:45 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi Kitt!
Thanks for starting a new thread! Lurkers must think we're crazy...writing to each other about things having nothing to do with GERD or Heartburn! We've developed quite a support group here, and have become great online friends!
Have a happy holiday weekend, one and all!
Denise

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   Posted 4/3/2010 6:33 PM (GMT -6)   
Denise-
I was thinking the same thing just the other day...makes for a nice place to just chat.

Anyhow... We did make it home. We also got to take my route and go through the Smokies, Cumberland Gap, and also popped into Virginia for a quick visit. Sure do miss Virginia. I believe I have said that before. My daughter and the other Freshman rode home with us and was much happier than being on that bus. We put 3600 miles on the car. It's gonna take a couple days to recoup though. Very tired and sore from the 2 long trips straight through.

Barb- I hope your grand daughter gets to go live with mom also. Hope the MRI goes better too.

Well got to get going, got a night time Easter egg hunt tonight.

Take care,
Bill

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   Posted 4/3/2010 9:04 PM (GMT -6)   
Bill,
Glad you made it home safely and had a nice trip. I'm sure your daughter and her friend had a much better trip riding with you! Virginia is a beautiful state--I agree. It was nice that you could take the scenic route home.
Have fun at your egg hunt, and have a wonderful Easter!
Denise

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   Posted 4/4/2010 1:17 PM (GMT -6)   
Happy Easter every one!

Denise thanks for the prayers. I will keep every one updated on my granddaughter. You know I was thinking about it and even though we talk about other things it all can affect your GERD. Any way kind of stress or worry has always made my stomach act up. I also learn so much from every one and get so much support no matter what I'm going through. Every one here is awesome. And if any one else wants to join us all here we welcome you with open arms!

Bill so glad you got to go through the mountains. The fall is the prettiest though. A night time egg hunt. You'll have to explain that one to me. Sounds interesting. Do you use glow in the dark eggs? that would be cool. My MRI yesterday was a piece of cake. I took my own mask with me for my eyes and put some of unwind spray on it which is really calming. It helps with sleep too. I may just use that every night from now on. It was really cold in that room yesterday so the guy put a nice warm blanket on me and I started to think about the eggs and how many each kid would get for our hunt today and it was done before I even figured it out. No chest pain, shoulder or arm pain. That's the way I like it a pain free test. My daughter and I were going to just stop at the outlet mall for one thing and ended up in several stores. I got some new clothes for work and a skirt for less than $2 that I will have to lose more to fit into it. Then it was off to Walmart and Subway for lunch. Apparently when I talked to my sister last night I had found out I talked to her in the afternoon and I couldn't remember it. That was really weird because I remembered every thing else. I think if I ever have to have a test or surgery that I am dreading I will request the ativan. It worked like a charm. On the way home I took a nap. What a nice day it turned out to be. I don't get to spend much time with my daughter so that was a lot of fun. I wish I could talk to my granddaughter to wish her a happy Easter, but at least I know she is happy with her mom and her family that actually love her and give her positive attention. It breaks a grand parents heart to see their grand child unhappy. Oh well I hope soon she will be with them for good.

Joy I hope your having a nice rest after that huge egg hunt. I don't know how you found places to hide that many eggs. Wow! We will only have Two 6 year olds and one 12 year old for our egg hunt. My hubby stuffed 50 of them yesterday while I was away with my daughter. You'll have to read above how the MRI went.

Kitt I hope your having a nice holiday too with your family and that your hubby is continuing to heal. Here is something kind of profound that happened to me this morning. As I was leaving work the one that I hate to go too one of my favorite residents asked to talk to me when I came out on the deck. I told her sure what can I do for you and she asked for a hug. she told she misses me when I'm not there and wishes she could spend more time with me. She almost made me cry. I only work every other weekend there and she's always so happy to see me. So I guess maybe that's why I didn't get my boss's job because I would have quit my part time job. I'll have to think about my favorite resident when I complain about my job and going in to work. Just wanted to share that as I always believe there is a reason for every thing that happens in life even the bad stuff. Have a great day. Time to go hide eggs and get the ham in to the oven. Barb
My laundry list of diseases include, Ulcetive Colitis, GERD, chronic gastritis, Asthma, Alergies, CAD stent to LAD 1/4/05, TMJ and a deteriorating disk in lower back. Also chronic pain from a moped accident 11/9/07 which left me with back, hand, knee and foot problems and broken tailbone Jan/09.
Meds,calcium, lecithin, biotin, flax oil, magnesium, CoQ 10, vitamin C, zinc, Proair, Amytryptaline 15mg, Advair 500/50, albuterol nebulizer soluition, Ambian, pepcid, carafate, nexium, Zertec, Hydrocodone, cyclobenzedrine,


Proud grandma of Isabella Rose, Keegen Bryce, Caleb Owen and furry grandchildren Kayu, Sophie, Abby & Lucy


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   Posted 4/4/2010 1:38 PM (GMT -6)   
Barb, we don't hide the eggs we just lay them out on the ground and they have to "hunt" for their number. It's a funny sight seeing the parents calling out the numbers of the eggs that the children walked by. I was always yelling "2, I found a 2" or "10, I found a 10". Those two kids kept running by their eggs. It was so hot all of the chocolates had melted. I told the kids not to eat them yet but to wait and freeze them at home.

Joy

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   Posted 4/4/2010 6:27 PM (GMT -6)   
Hey,  Hi there,  Hello,  Here I am..............been having a fun time with the kids.  My 16 and 18 year old granddaughters are so much fun and I just feel so dang good when they are around.
 
We went to brunch and then to a movie,  The Last Song ! Ah yes we always have time for prayers first.
 
Bring a box of tissues if you go to the movie.  I had read the book so of course I cried before the sad parts as I knew what was coming.  I really liked the movie and the food was soooooooo goooooooooooood !  Love my girls and they looked so dang sweet.  Hubby stayed home as he is not ready for straying that far from the facilities. 
 
Barb,  You are right on, this is our place to come and share and stress is a huge part of GERD as well as our other mental and medical health issues.  As I truly believe this is a comfortable place to come and let  out our feelings, to share, to laugh and to support each other and yes...........ALL are welcome to jump in.
 
When I go back to the school on the 12th I will look for that one student that makes me feel that I have made a difference.  :)  Only having the 2 schools to work at has really lowered my anxiety about continuing on.
 
I would love to be able to do more then say a prayer for your sweet granddaughter.  ((((((((Hugs))))))))))
 
Denise,  Your new home sounds so awesome and right up my alley.  It sounds exactly like something I would love.  Thank you for the virtual tour and I enjoyed it so much.  You deserve to have your retirement dreams come true and I have you on my prayer list to get past any tummy problems. 
 
I know your day with your family was one spent making memories so hang on to them............they will take you far.
 
Lots of hugs and support.
 
Bill,  I am so glad your trip was all you had hoped it would be and that your trip home was a safe one.  I was thinking the same thing as Barb,  do you have glow in the dark Easter Eggs? 
 
AS always reading about the "team" is uplifting and knowing you have a passion is inspirational for me.
 
Remember now to keep the anxiety in low gear and if it rears up just give me a holler and I will help you through it along with everyone here.
 
I think Spring has sprung.............in the 70's and 80's last week.  turn
 
Joy,  Your name says it all.  How lucky your students are to have you !  You are dedicated and caring of your students and I can tell from your posts you want to see them succeed.  Some are going to go on to be famous and you can say you knew them when.  Others will be like us and because of these students the world will be a better place.  Just think you played a role in molding them daily. 
 
Always remember to give yourself credit for all you are and all you do.
 
Where is our PAlady these days?  Have not heard from her in awhile.
 
Well tomorrow is the first day of the rest of our lives so let us live it well..........blessings to all.
 
Your friend and peer,
 
Kitt

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   Posted 4/4/2010 7:20 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi all-
Happy Easter! Nope we don;t have glow in the dark eggs....but that is a great idea! They just use flash lights instead. It was thought of to try and make it fair for the younger kids, but still be able to let the older kids enjoy it too.

Take care,
Bill

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   Posted 4/4/2010 9:00 PM (GMT -6)   
Kitt, I've looked up my name in a baby book one time...
It means joyful, dedicated one, of the woods...

That's me in a nut shell. I'm basically a happy go lucky person who is dedicated to the ones I love and I love the woods. Weird, huh?

Bill, that sounds like a fun time. How many eggs got smashed in the dark?

Joy

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   Posted 4/4/2010 10:03 PM (GMT -6)   
Joy that must have been so fun to see the kids all running around like that. That is really neat to think you help mold the future of those kids like Kitt said. We only had one little egg hunter as my other sisters car blew a tire on the way back from our Aunts house and she's stuck in a hotel some where until tomorrow when they can get a new tire. We had fun though watching my great niece hunt for eggs. She's such a little doll. I can see some of my sweet little grand daughter in her.

Bill I still think the glow in the dark eggs would be more fun if there is such a thing. Glad you had a nice Easter.

Kitt, I know you make a difference every day in the lives of others. You certainly do here and I can see why they want you to keep working in the schools. You'll make a difference in each and every life you touch. I'm glad you had so much fun with your grand daughters. It sounds like a wonderful day. I hope I can spend more time with my granddaughter some day soon. We haven't seen the little sweet heart since September. So keep those prayers coming.

Denise, I hope you had a nice Easter too. Well time for me to go to bed. Barb
My laundry list of diseases include, Ulcetive Colitis, GERD, chronic gastritis, Asthma, Alergies, CAD stent to LAD 1/4/05, TMJ and a deteriorating disk in lower back. Also chronic pain from a moped accident 11/9/07 which left me with back, hand, knee and foot problems and broken tailbone Jan/09.
Meds,calcium, lecithin, biotin, flax oil, magnesium, CoQ 10, vitamin C, zinc, Proair, Amytryptaline 15mg, Advair 500/50, albuterol nebulizer soluition, Ambian, pepcid, carafate, nexium, Zertec, Hydrocodone, cyclobenzedrine,


Proud grandma of Isabella Rose, Keegen Bryce, Caleb Owen and furry grandchildren Kayu, Sophie, Abby & Lucy


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   Posted 4/4/2010 10:46 PM (GMT -6)   
Barb-
I agree about the glow in the dark eggs. I am going to find some or find some paint or markers that glow.

Joy- We use the plastic eggs and fill them with candy. I think only a couple were broke though. There were 450 eggs this year. they buy more every year and just add to the ones from last year.

Kitt- glad you are having a good time with the grand kids. I sure was having a good time in Florida and really didn;t want to return home. Oh well.

Well next weekend is the opening weekend for my travel softball team. We had outdoor practice yesterday and they are ready to play some games. It's going to be very weird without the high school girls there though. They will be there to watch only.

Take care,
Bill

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   Posted 4/5/2010 8:57 PM (GMT -6)   
Sorry your trip wasn't longer Bill. Did you get to do any kind of sight seeing with your family? Did your son have a good time? I'm glad you got to get away with your whole family.

I can't believe you had that many eggs for the hunt. That must have been fun to stuff all of those. We had a whole bunch left because my other sister didn't show up with her 2 children because of car problems. We're going to take the candy with us for our scrapbooking retreat next weekend. I have to start getting things put together and packed for that. I tend to put things off until the last minute. Well time to start getting things ready for work tomorrow. I am so tired tonight I think I'll head to bed early. Barb
My laundry list of diseases include, Ulcetive Colitis, GERD, chronic gastritis, Asthma, Alergies, CAD stent to LAD 1/4/05, TMJ and a deteriorating disk in lower back. Also chronic pain from a moped accident 11/9/07 which left me with back, hand, knee and foot problems and broken tailbone Jan/09.
Meds,calcium, lecithin, biotin, flax oil, magnesium, CoQ 10, vitamin C, zinc, Proair, Amytryptaline 15mg, Advair 500/50, albuterol nebulizer soluition, Ambian, pepcid, carafate, nexium, Zertec, Hydrocodone, cyclobenzedrine,


Proud grandma of Isabella Rose, Keegen Bryce, Caleb Owen and furry grandchildren Kayu, Sophie, Abby & Lucy


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   Posted 4/6/2010 2:30 AM (GMT -6)   
Barb-
We didn't get to do much sight seeing because of the softball schedule change due to weather. We did do some on the way home though. Stopped at Ripleys in St. Augustine Fl. Then it was mostly a sight seeing trip for My son's girlfriend and 2 other friend who went down too. My family knows the sights from traveling to see my family and living in Virginia. Sure miss the mountains though. The boy always has a good time everywhere he goes, especially if it's sunny and warm!
If it wasn't for me promising my daughter she could graduate here with her friends I am not sure I would have come back here. Well I would have to pack up our stuff and leave again. Really wishing I would have stayed in Virginia. I didn;t realize how much I enjoy the beach and sea air until I was back there.

Take care,
Bill

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   Posted 4/6/2010 6:24 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi Everyone,
I'm back into super-busy mode with report cards and parent conferences coming up. I'm popping in to post whenever I get a minute, but wanted to let you all know I'm thinking of you, even when I can't add to this thread.
I hope you all have a great week!
Denise

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   Posted 4/7/2010 6:22 PM (GMT -6)   
Talk about super busy...
Yesterday, I decided to do some deep cleaning in my bedroom. I moved furniture and cleaned under every item. I sweeped, mopped, vaccumned, and dusted everything.
I put together a small 3 drawer chest-of-drawers and cleaned out a file cabinet.
Just when I was ready to drop, my sister called and asked if I would drive my niece to her house (which was a 2hr drive one way). She had no way of coming to get her for a visit.

Her car was being repaired and the repairman had been hurt by a wild strut spring flying into his face. It broke his nose and cracked his cheek bone.

So, I delivered her to her mother in one of the most ill of moods. I had to wait 20 minutes for her mom to return to the house from an errand to let her in. Then I had to take my sister three miles down the road to pick up her other car which was being repaired at another place.
I crawled into bed at 11:30 last night so tired my body ached.
This morning I had to finish up with the cleaning. I rearranged my closet, switched it over from winter to summer. I went through two more filing cabinets and threw away three large bags of old papers.

I have only two bookshelves left to dust and I'll have all of my spring cleaning done.

This summer I'm going to scrape down the old paint on the outside of my house and start painting it section by section. It may take all of my summer vacation, but I can't afford to hire a painter. It will be good exercise for me.

Joy

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   Posted 4/7/2010 6:41 PM (GMT -6)   
Joy,
You're on spring break? It does sound like you're busy! It doesn't sound like you'll be running out of things to do very soon! I hope things go smoothly for you. On the bright side, your hard work demonstrates how well you've recovered from your surgery!
Take care, and don't try to be a hero! Give yourself some time to rest and relax.
Have a great week!
Denise

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   Posted 4/7/2010 9:47 PM (GMT -6)   
Yes, spring break is this week. I'm going to rest and relax the rest of the week though. I'm bushed.

Joy

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   Posted 4/8/2010 1:51 AM (GMT -6)   
Joy-
Please do rest some lady! Wow, you sure are pushing it for spring break. I had a couple strut springs try to bust up my face a time or two. Some of the compressors are very dangerous. Oh... I went through Savannah and p through S.C. on I26 on our trip home. I had never been to Georgia. I think that is the only Southeastern state I hadn't been to. Always flew to Florida when I was in the Navy. I could handle living there as easily as Virginia. I have got to get out of the North, it's making me nuts! 85 one day then 46 the next.... why?! LOL!

Well the teams one 2 more games Tuesday. Their first conference games. JV won 7-0 and Varsity won 7-3. My daughter is pitching the next 2 games tomorrow and Thursday. Then they have 6 games next week. Gonna be very busy since my travel team also starts this weekend. Time to get into coach mode and not only watching mode. I was so enjoying the watching too. Hopefully they will 21-0 after this week.

Take care,
Bill
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