another bottle of jack

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Date Joined Nov 2006
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   Posted 11/28/2006 7:23 PM (GMT -6)   
  I feel like I'm drinking my blues away, my Dad is dying from his diabetes (kidneys are down to 20% and his lungs are filling up with blood) and my Mother just when't in for a stent today, and on top of that I got to get all my medical records ready and doctors reports for my disability hearing to my attorney and I feel like I'm going to have a brake down soon my anxiety is going though the roof right now and I don't know what to do I can't fly back to see them right now $$$ I call my counser but he can't see me right now. I just found this all out last night from my Dad's brother since my Dad never tells me what is going on with him medicaly so I have to get all my info from his brother and only then will he tell me about it when I call him.

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   Posted 11/28/2006 8:09 PM (GMT -6)   
  Some good news my Dad just called and my Mother is doing fine she had 3 stents put in and a ballon put in to open up her heart I don't know what the ballon was for but she is doing good and should be home soon Thank God

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   Posted 11/28/2006 8:36 PM (GMT -6)   
Hey... flush Jack. Depressants and depression (plus A/P) dont mix!! By the way, what kind of horses do you have? I've got two quarter horses and my mom (next door) has two arabs. I'll be adding my email to my profile if you want to trade horse stories...

Take care and good luck with your disability hearing.


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   Posted 11/28/2006 9:02 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi Freezing, yes please flush the Jack. I know you are going through some rough times right now, I am sure all will turn out for the best. Last year my grandmother had 3 stents and a balloon put in too. She's been fine. She did have to go back in and get one other, but that was 6 months ago, and she's feeling really well now. Much better than without the stents. I wish all the best for your dad, diabetes runs in my family and is a horrid disease but he can get through it. Please let us know how everything goes and take care!

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   Posted 11/28/2006 11:16 PM (GMT -6)   
*hugs* I'm sooo sorry about what you're going through... I know about downing the Jack... but it isn't going to help any... trust me...

I hope your dad makes it through, he'll be in my prayers.

You take care and let us all know how you're doing with this. *HUGGGGS*

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   Posted 11/29/2006 12:44 AM (GMT -6)   

  Hay y'all, I'm doing ok the wife wouldn't let me get the jack and we had a good talk but she did let my buy a six pack I too have two quarter's and a arabian and morgon mix I wish I could show you some of the pics I got of my kid at the rodeo here, I'm taking them out in the morning and going for a ride for a few day's just to get myself back together now that it's warmed up some. I allway's feel better camping in the woods alone. I remeber my Dad had showed me how to live off the land and how to hunt and fish I really miss my time with my Dad but with me living in Alaska and him in Utah with my Mom, but he's the one that got me hooked on living up here as we would come up and fish the Kenai river for salmon and I just fell in love with the place so at 24 I moved here and I would allway's send up my Dad just to go fishing but my Mother would never come I think she was afraid of flying lol I loved taking my Dad up flying in my plane to some remort fishing hole, and just to see him fishing close by a big old brown bear and watch him slowly move away from him as I would just laugh at him with the shotgun at ready.

 But now that I see how bad the diabetes has gotten to him I wonder just how bad I will get with it, and what my kids and wife will go though if I get that bad, I really miss flying since I losted my license to diabetes but at lease I do have the horses just to get away and head back in the woods for some peace, but the longer I live hear the more ppl are moving in and trying to turn this place into a yuppy vil which kind of sicken's me to see this land being raped by the ppl that come up here in the summer and just don't care about it. I see are salmon thrown in the dumpsters and in the bushes to rot.

 Sorry I'm just a little down right now with all that's going on in my life at this time that I will stop but I thank you all for helping me

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   Posted 11/29/2006 2:56 AM (GMT -6)   
Sorry to hear you are doing it rough freezing.  Saying prayers for your family....I'm glad you're onto the soft stuff (spirits just mess with my head).  Sounds like your wife is a smart lady.  Try not to worry TOO much about your diabetes, it won't make it go away. (easy enough said I know).  I hope you're out enjoying your horses and keep us posted.  I'm sure we all want to help as much as we can while you're down  (((hugs)))

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