sparkle43 wrote: »
Hi. You can call me Sparkle. I live in Canada. I live in a resort town . I sent Geri Patchwork a email. If she knows how to pick it up from her mail.
Machka wrote: »
We got out for a ride in the afternoon. I rode my titanium and my husband rode his fixed gear for the first time since the accident!
Moving Time: 1:03:02
Elapsed Time: 1:10:03
Speed: Avg: 14.9km/h | Max: 30.6km/h
bananasandoranges wrote: »
I'm gonna try to have a good and normal day after this high stress week.
KJLaMore wrote: »
Machka- It is beyond me how any one could find fault with how you and your DH are progressing post injury!! Every time you post a new thing your hubby is doing, I am just astounded and thrilled with how things are progressing! Really! IF I remember correctly, the doctor's weren't too confident in his ability to gain much independence post injury. I love that you are encouraging him to get back to the things he loves. IMO, THAT is where he will find his independence! Doing what he loves. Hugs to both of you! Back in the "saddle"!
LisaInAR wrote: »
My weight is back down to where it was the day of my knee replacement on Feb. 5, 183.5, which makes me very happy. The iron isn't gumming up my system too badly, and the Crohns-type symptoms have completely disappeared after the week of antibiotics, so I'm grateful for my health today, as the respiratory thing that started three days after the antibiotics is also almost cleared up.
margaretturk wrote: »
Again my hope is that mental illness be treated like any other serious medical condition and the well fare of the person comes first. When a person is having an episode it is just as serious as a diabetic crash, a stroke, a heart attack. The sooner treatment is given the better the outcome for the person involved.
TerriRichardson112 wrote: »
@Machka9 I can’t get over the incompetence of that RTW team you have been saddled with.
TerriRichardson112 wrote: »
Well folks, second try to post. I have had a bit of a stressful time. Three weeks ago, my left knee problem recurred, then, a couple of days later, I I got a cruddy sinus/throat virus. On 10/05 we went on our holiday to Croatia, but neither of us was really fit enough to do the scheduled walks. Despite this, we pockled about at our own pace and managed to have a lovely time. However, moving hotels twice during the week was not a good idea. Then on Wednesday last week, I tripped on a step, landied on my already crook knee, and staved my right wrist and elbow. (They do say things happen in 3s! Lol!) Each if these on its own would have been a minor inconvenience, but one by one, they reduced me to a frustrated helpless baby who could barely walk or feed herself.
However, I may have been down, but I am not out.
Knee pain has subsided and I can now walk fairly normally and, although daily steps are reduced, I am working them back up
Cruddy virus is almost gone
Doing physio on my elbow is gradually restoring its previous mobility although it has gone through several lurid bruise stages.
Katla49 wrote: »
Machka: I love the photos. Are you sure it is winter there? Beautiful!!! :flowerforyou:
auntiebk wrote: »
It took an hour with TurboTax tech support to download and access all the 2017 detail I needed to find where I made my error. While inputting 1099 information, I mistakenly Xd the “Taxable amount not determined” box. Under reported income affected taxable social security, medical deduction insufficient percentage of income, changed OR and ID income tax due and 2018 Fed and OR taxes since instead of a taxable refund we have to pay... and pay... and pay. Spent an hour holding and another hour listening to IRS tax advocate who was tremendously sympathetic and tried to guide me into the reasons considered acceptable for a waiver of penalty (records destroyed due fire or flood, or lost during a move) but alas none apply. I had the records, I made a mistake. Will review absolutely every possible deduction to try to reduce the liability and interest but am not hopeful. She did say we could make payments and the interest rate on remaining due is better than credit card interest (6%). I'll see if tax payment qualifies for rewards on my bank credit card and if the rewards exceed the 1.96% the processor would charge. Either way, I'm very thankful I've kept a small emergency IRA account. With the roof and dental work this year, I cannot justify taking on any more debt.
auntiebk wrote: »
Machka forgive my bicycle ignorance but what is a fixed gear and why was he able to ride now for the first time?
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