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Discussion in 'Travis Alexander Trial - The State vs. Jodi Arias' started by Harmony 2, Oct 20, 2013.

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    Good Morning to all. A beautiful day outside but of course I am inside at work.
     
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    Glad M is ok, and ct & mri came up negative !! :) Got my fresh hog in today! Fresh ham, eggs, gravy, fried potatoes and home made biscuits for supper! Only in the South!
     
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    Ohhhhhh- I love breakfast for supper!
    I'm heading down south. :floorlaugh:
     
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    :werk:
     
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    Glad your migraine is better (and it's only a migraine- although saying that is not a comfort in itself. Migraine's are terrible to deal with).
    Do you think the migraine might have been because of your hormone levels dropping?

    Wonder how M is doing?
     
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    Come on down!!!! (to the South).
     
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    yea i think thats what caused it, the ER doc seemed to think that was a likely cause as well as stress etc.. my mom gets them really bad and for her they are hormonal. i guess im just paranoid of brain anyeurisms bc i know someone who died of one out of the blue. and strokes also worry me. did i mention im a total hypochondriac?
     
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    my husband has family in tuscaloosa...i think we are going down there for a family reunion in the spring/early summer!
     
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    I got married in Tuscaloosa the 1st time around. It was a perfect outdoor wedding.
     
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    YESorNO The Queen (aka "mrsmuir") SWBB

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    BBM :floorlaugh:

    Today I was thinking of nicknames for everyone today (even tho' we have avatar nicknames), but I don't think "hypochondriac" is good for you. :facepalm:
     
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    I am going to be brave and ask you if I have a nickname. Hopefully it will not start with a 'b' and end with a 'h'!!! LOL!
     
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    i called the ER dept today to tell them how well i was treated by the dr and the nurse and the nursing student. they were all so nice and caring. i think the lady who answered was shocked that i was calling to compliment the level of care i received, she said normally when someone calls its to complain for whatever reason. i felt it was important to call since the week prior when my husband was misdiagnosed at the ER closest to us (*** hospital different one than the one i went to) i called and threw a hissy fit at how him and i were treated, so i felt like to make good w/myself for complaining i should call and compliment these people. i don't even know if the dr or nurse will get the message that i thought so highly of them, but if they do i hope it makes them realize that there are people out there who genuinely do appreciate good medical care and all the hard work/long hours/stress working in that profession entails.
     
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    Words of kindness go a long way. I bet you made the lady's day.
     
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    YESorNO The Queen (aka "mrsmuir") SWBB

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    Definitely Not B---h! None of us are :floorlaugh: Your nickname I'm stuck with. I think of you as "Kensington" -a Philly neighborhood, so not a nickname, per se.
    Can't seem to get that name out of my mind :scared:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kensington,_Philadelphia

    I'm still pondering :crosseyed: everyone's nicknames. Have some, but not all.
    Do you have any nicknames for us?
     
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    angelainwi Certified Trauma Counselor

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    YESorNO The Queen (aka "mrsmuir") SWBB

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    These are the nicknames I have so far:

    daisy- kind, fun flower (stolen from Zuri :facepalm:) :spring:

    Nore- lovable gramma :HHJP:

    Zuri- nursey, nurse :nurse:

    Kensie- Kensington (until I think of some thing else)

    Princess- my princess :Crown:

    gcharlie- professor :lookingitup:

    Molly- little mommy :hug:

    Josie- pussycat :cat:

    M- megan moo :cow: (my niece's name is Megan and I would call her that)

    Lamb Chop- lamby :tos:

    And now I'll go hide :scared: :doorhide:
     
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    OMG you did not just say Kensignton LOL. my husband is a cop in that horrible neighborhood (it used to be nice decades ago but it is really really rough now). its really really bad. If you want to watch a show about it, the latest episode of Drugs Inc is focused on the heroin epidemic there. It is really really bad. The reason I don't have to work right now is b/c hubby work nights and gets so much overtime for court during the day due to all the people he arrests there on a regular basis. And the people who go there to buy their drugs are referred to as "kenzo's"...

    omg that cannot be her nickname!!!!!! please god lol
     
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    i love my nickname! thats what my co workers used to call me. now we just need one for Kensie!!!!
     
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