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I just wanted to thank the three of you, Bob, Clive and Dawn, for saving me hundreds of dollars. Usually, just before Christmas, I have the Roto-Rooter Man come to my house for my bi-annual appointment to have my tear ducts flushed out, but thanks to the three of you, my tear ducts are now flowing freely. A big Thank You for brightening my Christmas Holiday!! With the money you have saved me, I will now be able to afford to buy Killer a pair of Nike Snow Shoes. Thanks again!!
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jals

178 days until Christmas, John. You'd better get busy on my present.

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CJ45

Hi Donna, most of us blood donors are on email and mobile phones these days so you can make regular visits when asked too.

jals

Dawn you were most brave going to the grocery store. I'm so glad I didn't have to go today. Ours closes tomorrow at 5 and doesn't reopen until Tuesday morning. I hope you got everything you needed. :-))

firstdawn

Out of an insatiable desire to learn new things, I'm going to read up on malaria. I only remember encountering one patient very long ago with a history of malaria but he wasn't admitted for that problem.

I just got back from the grocery store. What a mad house. Parking lot full and people cranky. Glad I made it home alive!!

gogogo

An enlightening post, Clive - thank you. Am very sorry to read about your eyes.
Am glad your sister is still with you, after her many bouts with malaria.

CJ45

Thank you Pam, Firstdawn yes both a cruel and a crawl on your hands and knees disease. A most abhorrent disease I wish we could eradicate the world of it as more people have died from it than any wars that have ever taken place on our Planet sadly.
The world is trying its best to stop the infection by mosquitoes but nature seems to be one jump ahead of us all the time on our efforts to control it.
I wear glasses now due to tablets that I have taken to defend myself from malaria from the countries I have visited in the past. Do look the disease up I am sure you will be astonished by the effects that it causes. LOL!!!

gogogo

I think Clive meant to say "cruel", Dawn. If not, then, I too, would like to know what the heck is a crawl disease? :-D

firstdawn

What the heck is a crawl disease?

CJ45

Hi Pam, yes my sister has had many attakacs through her years but her son would put her in his bathroom and would put electric kettles on to steam her till she was feeling better a crawl disease which kills millions but she is still with us I am pleased to say.

jals

I never knew you could get paid for donating. My husband and I used to be very regular donors. Now we are both on medications that prevent that. I started when I was 18 and gave regularly until about 10 years ago. I do know you can donate platelets for cash. My son used to do this regularly as a way to supplement his income.
I got very light headed the first time I gave Dawn and after that, didn't have a problem with it.

I noticed there was some talk of injections and drawing blood. I think they are using smaller needles now and they don't hurt at all. However, I am still a hard stick for an IV and those do hurt!

CJ45

Hi all yes I still give blood it keeps the pressure down LOL!!! I always think it is my good deed to society and never have to say who I am but our blood donations people on line inform me where my blood has gone to and sometimes tell me the people that I Have helped so rewarding.

firstdawn

You can have an auto transfusion where you donate your blood for upcoming surgery you're having. Not sure of the time limits as you need to recuperate from giving a unit of blood before surgery. My donated blood was specifically tagged as replacement blood for another person. If he was given 4-6 units of blood, then we donated in his name. Matching blood type didn't matter, he was just given credit. I think most sites don't offer money for donated blood, but I have heard that there are places that do.

wjl1015

I used to be a regular donor (every couple months) but being on blood thinners my cardiologist had advised against it (and I tend to listen to him).

gogogo

Thank you for your reply, Clive. I used to be really tiny, weight-wise, but that is no longer true, alas.

Sorry to hear you sister contracted malaria. We have friend who contracted it while in Africa for extended stay, working at one of Jane Goodall's chimp centers. She has experienced several flare-ups of malaria since being back here in the US, and had to be put back on the very strong medications both times. I hope your sister does not experience flare-ups.

CJ45

Pam, my wife has never given blood as she has always been under their weight limit she is really tiny.
My sister used to give blood as she was a rare blood group and was a stand by doner, but after a long 3 year stay in Northern Nigeria working for her company she contracted Malaria and our country forbids her to give blood sadly. I look forward to hear what Dawn has to say. Thank you for your info Pam.

gogogo

Clive, I never for a moment though you might think I was a drug addict, but thank you for hastening to clarify that point. I wanted to give more of an explanation about why I don't donate blood, but it's rather involved and I don't want to go into all the details.

There are places to give blood on voluntary basis, without monetary compensation. I am under impression that we also still have places to give blood with monetary compensation.
Perhaps Dawn or someone else will be better informed on the topic, than am I.

CJ45

Oh Pam & Dawn I only asked as blood is given freely in the UK as many of us do it. Pam no I do not take drugs either it never entered my head to think you would as well. The reason is that we can give blood every three months now being male it always used to be every six months so the rules have changed as our population has risen and our hospitals need more blood I wondered if America has changed its habits do they still pay people to give blood?

gogogo

Dawn, Sorry to hear you had nightmare and also sorry to hear the holidays are causing you stress. Hopefully jigidi can put a little smile on your face - there are some great puzzles here and some ready-to-cheer-you-up folks, as you have discovered. :-))

gogogo

@wjl1015 Joe, Sounds like you will be busy keeping your eye on "the little sneaky one" - lol - but I bet it will be a special pleasure to do so. :-))
Hope you and Liz thoroughly enjoy yourselves during the holiday get-togethers. ☺♥

firstdawn

Had a terrible "work" related nightmare last night. Again as a new employee with an unfair impossible assignment. Guess it must be my subconscious over the stress of the holidays.

firstdawn

Clive...I've donated twice. Both times for a friend's parent who had heart surgery and used a lot of blood during the procedure. Both times I was light headed and had to drink OJ and stay longer at the donor place. A doctor told me that wasn't a good sign. That my body doesn't compensate well to blood loss and I would be in trouble if ever in a car accident with blood loss. :-((

gogogo

@jals Judy, I was stunned at how much my husband didn't know/realize/understand, when his "eyes were opened" by his co-worker and the TV news clip. Wish your husband would be exposed to similar - it might help a great deal!

jals

Pam,
I'm not sure how much my husband does understand. He tries, but many times I don't think he gets it, especially when it comes to going places.

gogogo

John, Are you really sure you need to attribute your being confuzed to your being new to this kountry?? lol
And wouldn't that be konfuzed, rather than confuzed? :-DD

jals

John,
I'm going to pass on the cookies. Watching my weight, you know... ;-)
Hubby has some customers who brought cookies and goodies in to him. We sampled some last night and sorry to say, got rid of them. Not good.
I did not get any baking done this year, but that's okay. We don't need it!

jals

Oh my, you all have been busy while I have been washing dishes, sweeping and steam mopping floors, and doing laundry. Sat down for a break. Think I'll eat some lunch and then get back at it. Hubby is doing the bathroom floors for me. I can no longer get down on my knees, extreme pain when I kneel. Don't know why but that's the only time it bothers me so I haven't worried about it.

Yes, Dawn, I do have fibromyalgia. I thought I had told you that, but I must not have.
I have a great appreciation for nurses in general. You are all great!!

gogogo

John, Scribings or scribblings - take your choice - they both work. :-D

rswestley

OK... I'm out. Have to bake Christmas cookies today, but Christmas is just 2 days away, so I think I will make my famous Christmas "Collage" cookies. To save time, I mix the batter for chocolate chip, thumbprint cookies, powdered sugar cookies, peanut butter cookies and my turnip cookies into one large bowl and then drop handfuls of batter onto a cookie sheet and bake. I wonder if Bob has a recipe for Collage Cookies? Maybe he uses rutabagas instead of turnips? Hey BOB.... a little help here....

rswestley

Pam... was that "scribings" or "scribblings"? I'm a new to dis kountry and I very confuzed

rswestley

I know exactly what you mean Dave. Shots are so painless, are they REALLY giving you shot? I have adopted the "trust but verify" approach to shots, (if my nurse happens to be a mail order bride from Russian I "Доверяй, но проверяй") so now I watch as the needle goes in... and then a couple of minutes later after they revive me and pick me up off of the floor I thank them and I am on my way...

gogogo

@CJ45 No, I'm not, and there is medical reason that I don't do so. (I'm not afraid of needles and I'm not a drug addict, if anyone is wondering...)

gogogo

John, After reading your description of your Christmas dining pleasure, my head is spinning as usual when it comes to your scribings, only this time it's in a Total Holiday Spin! lol

firstdawn

I've gotten a flu shot every year since 1974. The hospitals offer them free to the employees.That's 43 shots. (LOL) I only had one reaction and that was my very first shot. I had a 102 temp within 24 hrs. I don't know why. What I do know is that there are about 5 different types of flu each year. The Center for Disease Control evaluates each flu and decides which ones will hit us. That flu shot usually covers 3 of the 5 flus. Sometimes they goof and one of the flus not covered hit us.

CJ45

Are any of you blood donors?

gogogo

Actually, it seems to me there have been some improvements, as far as injections and blood-drawing go - now I'm curious whether that is the case of not.
I've found a great deal can depend upon who is administering the injection, or drawing the blood, and whether they are gentle, attentive to patient discomfort, etc.

djp

I've noticed the same thing with shots/blood draws John. AND I have a LOT of experience with that over the past 7 years. It has gotten so painless, that if I don't feel anything, I demand my money back . . . .

rswestley

Dawn, since you are retired from the nursing profession, I'm hoping you can answer a question. Two days ago I had blood drawn and yesterday I was given a flu shot and a pneumonia shot. Years ago, receiving a shot felt like someone was pushing a knitting needle into my arm, but now I feel almost nothing when I get a shot. Painless. So have there been substantial improvements in the medical industry? or are my super natural powers starting to set in? If it is the latter, I will probably be spending less time on Jigidi and more time saving the world. (HEY!! Hold down the cheering and let the nice lady answer the question!!)

firstdawn

I loved my specialty. There was a abundance of job satisfaction. A long hard shift with a good feeling when you helped a patient and family. I have heard many times that Critical Care nurses are adrenalin junkies. LOL

rswestley

Once again the (former) Answer Man is "setting trends and making friends". We gave up huge meals, pot lucks and sandwiches and snacks years ago. Simplification is the word here. Being the swanky and chic trend setter that I am, my family will be having two Happy Meals from McDonalds (Killer will munch on the fries). The only hard part? You have to PLAN AHEAD! MickyDees is closed on Christmas Day, so I purchase our Christmas dinner early and store it in the fridge. Yes, the French fries are limp and lifeless and the hamburger is soft and soggy, but the benefits far outweigh the mass confusion and having a representative from the CDC knocking on my door while I fix a fancy dinner. And the Styrofoam boxes are all re-cyclable! So when Santa Clause trades is his red suit for green speedos and auctions off his reindeer and buys a Toyota Prius, I will be right there with Santa, saving the world from plastic bags and giving each good little boy and girl a gift wrapped bag of fresh ozone.

gogogo

The nurses in the critical care unit took time to be so kind to me and my father and family, when my mom died just 13 days before Christmas, back in 1993. I have a very high opinion of you critical care specialists, Dawn. ☺♥

gogogo

Yes! I heard about Modesto would-be-terrorist. The authorities apparently were keeping a close eye on him, thank goodness.

firstdawn

Not as much as you'd think. Your the 4th person I know with it. My nursing specialty was critical care. More into the different types of shock, recognizing/anticipating shock and stopping it. Like skpy's brother has been in stages of cardiogenic and renal shock.

gogogo

Dawn, Thank you for your comment. There is still PLENTY to be learned about fibromyalgia, I suspect. While pain and fatigue are probably the best known symptoms, there are others, including "brain fog". With your being a member of the medical community, I imagine you are quite well-informed on the disorder.

firstdawn

Modesto is in the news today. Apparently a former marine from my city plotted a failed attempt to terrorize people in San Francisco by planting bombs which would drive people towards a well known pier where he was planning on shooting them.

firstdawn

Ah Pam, so sorry to hear that you have it too. I wonder how people long ago dealt with it when doctors didn't understand much about it.

gogogo

Dawn and Judy, My husband did not have much understanding about my fibromyalgia, until someone at work mentioned about a wife who had fibro and how much it disrupted their life and how much he had to do, because she was in pain so often and couldn't do the things she normally would. Right about that same time, my husband saw a brief clip on national news, about fibro, and how disruptive and painful it can be to one, and one's family. Since then my husband has been very understanding and helpful, when it comes to my fibromyalgia and the problems/disruptions it can cause.

firstdawn

Ah, Judy now I understand. I didn't know that you have fibromyalgia.

gogogo

Judy, How lovely to have snowflakes drifting down. :-))

Here in Tampa, we had a foggy start to the day, with a high in low 80's (F) expected later today. Our special weather gift for Christmas - somewhat less humidity than usual! :-D

Judy, I hope your family appreciates the pain and effort you are going through, to meet their expectations for Christmas dinner. Fibromyalgia can "hide itself" quite well to on-lookers. Perhaps your family does not have a true appreciation of what it might be like, for you, at times.

gogogo

Thank you, Dawn! :-))

jals

Thank you Pam. A lot of us could be a lot more fun without the huge meal prep and clean up. And yes I agree, the people who like to cook don't look upon it as a burden. Honestly, if I could do it all without the pain I have, it wouldn't be a big deal. :-))
We have big fluffy flakes coming down right now. So pretty, but I hope the weather doesn't get too bad as so many people are traveling and even an hour's drive can become treacherous in winter.

If I don't get back on here, Merry Christmas!!

firstdawn

I agree with you 100% Pam.

gogogo

Judy, my mom was in her late 60's.

Every family is different, as are individuals, as you well know.

My parents were somewhat reluctant to suggest the less formal Christmas dining plan, but my husband and I embraced the idea with enthusiasm - and it worked out quite well for the four of us. Had I known how much happier and fun my mom would be without the burden of that big meal upon her, I would have suggested making a change much earlier.

As a contrast, Bob obviously loves to cook and cooks with love, so enjoying his fare is accepting a gift given from him with love (while eating a super delicious meal).

Whatever works for you and in your situation - and what makes you really happy - I guess that is what to aim for. :-)

firstdawn

I like the idea of a casual potluck type of dinner. It's got to be less stressful for the hosts. Now the next thing is NO PHONES during the get-together!

wjl1015

This one has to handle everything!! And he thinks he's sneaky, and that we aren't looking!! I will get some pics if he holds still long enough!! :))

jals

Sounds perfect Joe!
We are going to have to baby proof soon. He's crawling now!

wjl1015

It's not that messy really, but I like to have a clean house no matter who is coming over. Just some things to put away out of the reach of 3 year old hands and curiosity!!

I know they have other places to go on Christmas and will get the whole "feast" there. Here it's all snacks and sandwiches on paper plates (no dishes--lol) but I will be making some deserts. :))

jals

I want to know how just 2 people can get things so messy? LOL
We have the same problem here.
Pam, you have given me something to think about. How old was your mom when she gave it up?
I know one person who would be enormously disappointed if I didn't serve a big meal. I'm sure my mother in law is looking forward to a home cooked meal. She really doesn't like the food in the nursing home and she is so excited to come to our house on Christmas.

gogogo

Joe, LOL! Bet my place could outdo your's in regards to messiness. lol

Don't overdo on the house-cleaning today, please. Folks are coming to see and enjoy you and Liz, after all, not to inspect your home for a good housekeeping award. :-))

wjl1015

Thank you Pam. We prefer to enjoy the time the family is here rather than spend time cooking. Today we will spend cleaning the house (it's a mess! LOL).

gogogo

@wjl1015 Joe, I was so pleased to see that you and Liz are taking a more casual approach to Christmas entertaining, with sandwiches and snacks. To my mind, that is the route to go!!

When my parents finally gave up the big formal dinner approach to Christmas, my mom was far less stressed and was available for us to enjoy her company throughout our Christmas visit, because she wasn't in the kitchen fretting over dinner prep. It made Christmas so much more fun - I can't begin to describe it!!

Hope you and your guests and visitors have a wonderful time on Christmas Day, Joe and Liz, and each of you here at Jigidi! ☺♥

wjl1015

And a very Merry Christmas to you all!! (And to Killer as well!)

Dilubreuer

Hurray to the funny people in Jigidiland! so much fun specially tis Christmas time! Happy happy Christmas to yah all!

wjl1015

If you feed them they will come!

jals

That's nice Joe!
I grew up having oyster stew on Christmas Eve. Loved it. My husband never would eat it though so when we started having our own Christmas Eve, I had to come up with something different that he'd like.

mackabroin

lol joe..........mine is the same...they all manage to get here at the same time....dinner and presents..works every year....lol

wjl1015

On Christmas Eve we're going over to Liz's mom's house with her family. On Christmas Day everyone will come to us (if they want their presents!).

jals

Hubby wanted me to do prime rib, but I'm not that confident in my ability to focus while trying to do a bunch of other dishes and not over cook it. I did buy a small one that he and I can enjoy later. And we always do something easy on Christmas Eve. When the kids were little, it was always pizza.

mackabroin

thanks for the wishes john...........and "thanks for the wishes".....it was so nice of you......robin

wjl1015

Count us for two more for dinner!! Sounds delicious!!

Hismorts

Joe, my present to the family every year is a prime rib dinner for Christmas. This year there's gonna be 14 that I know of right now but it always ends up to be more. Twice baked potatoes, asparagus, french onion soup, homemade dinner rolls, au jus and a banana creme cheesecake for dessert.

I'm trying to make it "diet" prime rib but not having much luck. Same way with the potatoes and cheesecake. But a Christmas bourbon, a little 78% cocoa and I don't have to do Santa this year so it's nighty night!! And I'll get my daughter do the dishes for my present.

wjl1015

Thank you Bob, I'm sure Christmas will be a good one! We aren't going anywhere, everyone will be stopping by here to open presents and eat. Nothing fancy, just sandwiches and snacks. But that will keep us busy. :))

Hismorts

Joe, I don't know what to say about it that I haven't said before. It isn't right and I wish it'd go away. You deserve better. Hopefully you will have a great Christmas and that will take your mind off the pain.

wjl1015

And I would like to thank you all for making my day brighter in spite of what I'm going through at the time!!

Hismorts

Sheesh, I'd love to be Killer bout now. The best I'm hoping for this year is that box of tissue in the picture. And I'd have to share that with Kathy while she watches "My Life"! Glad to make it a little easier on Killer, though. He's a deserving hamster if there ever was one!! Merry Christmas to you too, my friend!!

jals

Praise the Lord and pass the kleenex, John!
I don't know how many boxes I've gone through in the past couple weeks. ;-)

firstdawn

Fabulous...hum...Haven't heard that for some time!! LMAO

CJ45

Thank you Elizabeth and a Merry merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and your family as well. Clive.

jeribar8

Same to you Elizabeth..!!

Thanks John... I needed that...I think?

Fishes

And Merry merry and Happy New Year.

Fishes

LOL
AND YES THE TRIO HAVE BEEN FABULOUS!
Enjoy your new snow shoes, rswestley

rswestley

Jeri, if you can understand half of the crazy comments you read around here, then you MUST be quick witted. Besides, everyone has the "quick witted" gene... it just matures faster in some people than it does in other people. Don't rush it... you will be the proud mama of a bouncing baby quick witted gene very soon.... and then you will be needing to learn new and exciting ways to say "I'm sorry, but my psychiatrist is on vacation this month"

CJ45

Jeri the only other jigidi'er to put my name in lights was Lori Farrell. The Hee.!!!
Good afternoon to you jeri, how has your day been so far it has been dark here for hours but our days will now get longer by 2 minutes every day as our shortest day was yesterday. Yippee.

jeribar8

OMG..!! (Shaking my head at this crazy bunch!) I wish I was as 'quick witted'...
and be able to think up crazy comments.

teamac

Giggle...these will come in very handy with some of the puzzles shared. Thank you ☺

niccolino59

That's just great rswestley, & what a pretty box. Yes, we recycle just about everything here, too. We get a fine from the refuse people if we put an item in a wrong bag/box! We have a blue box for glass items, & pink sacks for cardboard, tins, paper, silver foil, etc. We also have compost bins to put vegetation in. I can't bear to think of something non-biodegradable staying in the earth for many years without rotting down. The amount of cards & paper, tins, jars, etc we get through as just one family is amazing, so multiply that by every family in the country (some with many more family members will have much more), & it's mind-boggling! We are not just given plastic carrier bags in shops anymore - we are encouraged to bring our own recycled ones to use or we have to pay the shop for one. Shops also have bins to put carrier bags no longer wanted or no longer useful. I think all this is a great idea to reduce stuff going to landfill.

firstdawn

I can't say how many times I got coffee up the nose from your funny comments. I've learned to read your comments with my coffee mug set down on the desk. I am positive that the tissue industry has made a great profit from your comments!

CJ45

Hi John, I am honoured and pleased to be of assistance to you and I am always rewarded with your sharp wit and good humour. Thank you so much for the puzzle and putting my name up in lights. LOL!!!
Merry Christmas and a great New Year to you and your family.

firstdawn

I guess I'm being schmaltzy but we are mostly of the same generation with the same likes and memories. I love Jigidi and all my friends here..(((SQUEEZE)))

unicorn3

I shall recycle rswestley. I'm in Canada and we have the blue bags for recycle pick-up. We have gone recycle crazy. There is a black box strictly for jars, and they have to be clean, black bags for just plain old garbage, and a green rot pot provided by our city for food products. It's sometimes hard to keep track of what goes into what!!! It's worth it. Merry Christmas............Wendy

rswestley

Great advice about the coconuts Dave, but too late.... he has already found the "Dew Drop Inn" and he's already had three too many Pina Colada's. I would suggest everyone stay off the streets in San Diego for at least the next couple of days....

(This safety announcement brought to you by HADD - Hamsters Against Drunk Driving)

rswestley

Thanks Wendy! Just put your used tissue in the recycle bin so we can keep Jigidiland neat and tidy. As Lady Bird Johnson once said: "Help Lassie Keep Jigidiland Beautiful"

djp

Pine trees in San Diego John ?!?! Tell Killer to watch out for coconuts falling from those "pine" trees . . . .

gogogo

With so much homage being paid to the manatees here, you just might find that they'll make their way to your place for a surprise Christmas visit, John! Keep an eye on your sinks and bathtubs. :-D

rswestley

Thanks Pam... I thought you would appreciate me giving recognition to those brave warriors who keep use safe from the onslaught of mangrove leaves, Seagrasses and Marine algae. It's a thankless job, but someone has to eat 'em.

gogogo

Thanks for tag and puzzle. Good of you to honor Bob, Clive, and Dawn in this manner, John!

I thought Navy Manatee fir tree warfare was top-secret stuff, and here you are blabbing about it at Jigidi!!! You might be in big trouble with Santa, and the Big Manatee, over this...

unicorn3

Thanks for the box of tissue. I have needed it on occasion with some of the puzzles. They have been very touching and heartwarming, and some extremely funny that brought happy tears from laughter. Merry Christmas............Wendy

rswestley

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If I have left anyone out... you should feel fortunate. Consider your omission as my personal Christmas present to you!

rswestley

I may not have time to respond to comments as I have to drive Killer to San Diego. Being a Navy Manatee (they are much bigger and stronger than the Navy Seals), he is due for a refresher course in fir tree warfare. Hiding amongst the pine cones, silently sneaking up and stealing Christmas tree ornaments and taste testing the milk and cookies before Santa arrives. It’s a thankless job, but I sleep better at night knowing he and the other Navy Manatees are watching over us and protecting us….

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