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Nov 26, 2017 11:40 AM CST
|That is a great photo of your little kitten, so colorful!
My neighbor cut down some fairly large oaks and then trimmed them and laid the logs along our property line.
I have used them as a back stop for my mulch and it has formed a beautiful bed for my daylily seedlings, can't wait till spring to get them all planted in the new bed. By then, I am hoping all that stuff will be broken down enough to provide a great rooting material for the little plants. The seedlings are not as cute as your kitty, but my little seedlings should provide some interesting blooms next year.
Got the all clear on my stress test, they freaked at my low heart rate, it never would get up much , so they shot me with medication. I almost immediately felt tired after the medication, but I showed no blockages when the tests came back. At the end of the test the guy said his heart rate was higher than mine even when he was resting. I think that is good?
Nov 27, 2017 4:42 PM CST
|I'm glad your stress test came back ok. That's my biggest worry, blockages, because I have such high cholesterol level (hereditary). The thing that crumbles my cookies the most is that until I was TOLD I had high cholesterol and an uneven/slow heartbeat, I felt fine. Know that I know that, I keep stopping to listen to my heartbeat and thinking "is that ok, is that ok?"
And yes, Buckets is about the cutest thing with whiskers. I had her to the vets the other day, and the vet who saw her actually CALLED IN the other vet and the vet techs just to take a look at her. She's going to be so spoiled...
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