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san j
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Something of a setback, but thanks for prayers and well-wishes.
Still on a healing curve.
Thanks, Bs, et al.


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Something of a setback, but thanks for prayers and well-wishes.
Still on a healing curve.
Thanks, Bs, et al.

Well, san j, I'm glad I visited this thread and saw your posts. Sounds like you are still having some downs but the ups really sound good! We're pulling for you, as you know!!


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wow - your updates have been fascinating!

i do hope you are continuing to feel better! It's good to see your spunkiness returning!

best wishes for a speedy recovery coming your way!


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best wishes for a speedy recovery coming your way!


Thanks, but ain't nothin' speedy about it. I've been advised, too, to expect more of a Long Haul. I just added iron to my program, and I think it's helpful (iron is seriously depleted by the cytokine storm and was prescribed while I was in hospital, though I was not told to keep taking it at home).

It seems to be important, as ever, to keep reading and learning about one's own state of health, so as to manage it, as ever, oneself!  



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Happy to see that you are on the right healing progress   sounds like a tough time for you.


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Just got a phone call from the doctor.
I have to go back on a brutal antibiotic - a culture came back positive: I acquired an infection from instrumentation in the ICU.
But this doctor was cool: "I want to make sure you're taking a probiotic, too. Something with Lactobacillus."

The beat goes on...

I do have more and more energy - but we'll see how I take to this drug. I started taking another drug 5 days ago, too and have accordingly added more supplements to my program. One could attend to one's medical condition Full-Time under the circumstances. There's a lot of study involved, just to stay on top of it. And more appointments.


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Sending healing prayers to you now!


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Hugs to you - sounds like a rough time.


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Thank you, cajun and henriette.
Moving right along...


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Well - What else is going on in the B world? Anyone see this new B e-cookbook, for instance?


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I have been gone, san j, so I'm catching up with your progress.  I'm sorry you're going through so much.  I hope you reach good health soon!!
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Hey there, B's!
Three months since the last post on our Family Board, so:
What's shakin'?
What sorts of B discoveries are being made?
How are independent, quirky, colorful B's expressing themselves in the world, in July 2012?
Hitch up your camel and squat by the desert fire. Tell your stories.


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Well I am gone into the jungle aka my garden  
Still broke- un emeployed and slightly fed up with turning 40  
BUT hey I am a surviver -things will turn out to the best eventual.
I am 100 % sure.

It is B food time here in Denmark ; watermelons, new peppers etc has  just arrived - and I tend to eat dinners with cheese
Broccoli, cabbage and new carrots and beets from my own garden- what is not to like

On the mental part I seem to indulge in liberary books- so good to get away from the real world

If it stops beeing unsteady weather( read havey showers)
- I might light a bunfire in the back of my garden and sit in the bright summer nights with dog and child( young lady) and watch the flames.


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Quoted from Henriette Bsec
Well I am gone into the jungle aka my garden  
Still broke- un emeployed and slightly fed up with turning 40  
BUT hey I am a surviver -things will turn out to the best eventual.
I am 100 % sure.

It is B food time here in Denmark ; watermelons, new peppers etc has  just arrived - and I tend to eat dinners with cheese
Broccoli, cabbage and new carrots and beets from my own garden- what is not to like

On the mental part I seem to indulge in liberary books- so good to get away from the real world

If it stops beeing unsteady weather( read havey showers)
- I might light a bunfire in the back of my garden and sit in the bright summer nights with dog and child( young lady) and watch the flames.


Garden, fire, starlight -- Wonderful!
Peppers? A bonus!
Library books? Home Run (American baseball term)!  
Now: What breed of dog do you have? (Just so my B visualization can get a better grip)




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Just went to my youngest nieces wedding. I remember buying her pink princess tennis shoes when she turned two. The food? Eh, what can you expect? She did have cheesecake for a wedding cake and there was brisket and sweet potatos. I've got 4 watermelons to pick tomorrow. Maybe some cukes and figs.
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Cheesecake wedding cake! I like this girl!
Brisket! Sweet potatoes!
Unusual wedding reception fare, I must say.
Isn't it?


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Garden, fire, starlight -- Wonderful!
Peppers? A bonus!
Library books? Home Run (American baseball term)!  
Now: What breed of dog do you have? (Just so my B visualization can get a better grip)




Lovely french brittany called Sienna


Btw I got 2 new familes of Bees
harvested the first 26 pounds honey a month a go

- and I think I´ll have new slightly bigger harvest next week  

watermelons- How I wish I had room for them in the green house
But my pink eggplants have just started to flower.



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weew great news Hettylein.. hopefully up from tomorrow I'll be owner of my own little farmhouse..... cultivating my own veggies and flowers incl. medicinal herbs ...
ok..ok I'm only half of you all... but my B'part seem to be huuuuuuge ... Pic's will follow soon


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Isa that sounds so good looking forward to pictures.
I am pretty selfsuffiecient with eggs,honey- most veggies and the majority of my fruit
( just noticed that cherries are almost ready   )
I do grow lots of herbs as well.

I wish so much that I could find a job that made the bank happy and left me time to grow my food however doesn´t look like that
-or I have to get a rich husband in 40 year b-day present  


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Hettylein...shall I send you a swiss banker  


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-or I have to get a rich husband in 40 year b-day present


What fella wouldn't want a beautiful Bsec Danish young lady, who gardens and cooks and keeps bees and has a daughter and doggie? Add water: Instant Family.  

Beautiful doggie, BTW, HBSec.


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What fella wouldn't want a beautiful Bsec Danish young lady, who gardens and cooks and keeps bees and has a daughter and doggie? Add water: Instant Family.  

Beautiful doggie, BTW, HBSec.


Thanks  


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When's your birthday, HB-S?


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*wandering into the thread*  *looking around with huge eyes*  
[/b]B's!  All the B's I could possibly want......come here, oh B's!

[b]
   *happily chasing the B's into the rosy sunset*  


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When's your birthday, HB-S?


August 15th  

then we start the big B day week
I turn 40- my sister turns 38 on the 19th and Emma turns 18 on the 21th

No wonder my mum says " No sex in November "


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