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MADDOG
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Hi Gang
I had not done any bicillin shots for 8 months.

Recently I have relapsed.

Yesterday I did a bicillin shot.

Well you all know the rest of the story.

BRAIN FARTS!!!!!!

MADDOG

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Lymetoo
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So sorry to hear!!!

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aklnwlf
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Hey MD can I do anything to help? Let me know, either post or pm me.

What about another float trip?

I had one of those brain farts when I went to the last one and way underestimated my arrival time. I left out an entire state which added at least 5 hours to my drive.

Hang in there and don't forget....we're here if you need anything!

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Alaska Lone Wolf

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map1131
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Sorry you are feeling down and out. I hope it's short lived.

Pam

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MADDOG
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Thanks everyone
I have had a very stressful last 4 months.

Lost mom the end of February.

Going through all her stuff , was a total crying time.

Splitting everything up between my siblings and me while we all cried was very hard.

Now I no longer have her to talk to.I miss her so bad.

Aklnwlf I have thought about having another float some time.Would have to be the White water river indiana.Close to home easier for me to do. Mild river good for us all.

MADDOG

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I'm so sorry to hear about your mom, MADDOG. I do know how difficult it is to lose our parents.

Many blessings to you as you grieve.

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I lost my mom last year - grieving takes a long time...be good to yourself.
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aklnwlf
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Oh no MD, I didn't know you lost your Mom! My deepest heart felt condolences to you and yours.

I'm living with and caring for my 86 y.o. Mom and know you were very close to yours and doing all kinds of things for her.

It's hard to lose our number 1 fans.

I'll have to Google that river in Indiana and check it out. It was wonderful all those years ago to meet folks here on Lymenet on the Kentucky float.

We're here for you MD and if you need anything let us know.

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Alaska Lone Wolf

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Oh Maddog, I'm so sorry you had this loss in your life.

Take care of you.

Pam

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Hello old friend. Be gentle with yourself and sincere condolences to you.
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MADDOG
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Thanks everyone
Right after mom passed i could not stand to be near any of her stuff.

Now I hug her stuff and cry,like hugging her.

So i guess I am getting better about it.

MADDOG

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[group hug]

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Alaska Lone Wolf

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