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No picture of it yet, but it looks much like this one.

Ours is white, our grille looks to have a different color. Something about white, nearly ever one we've ever had has been white. To us they seem much easier to keep clean and do not show dust near as bad.

1st foreign made vehicle we have had since back in the late 70's we bought a VW Beetle for me to drive back and forth to work.

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OHHHH! That truck looks really nice Jerry#. Did anyone else get a weird PM (rather a scam) from a lady supposedly over seas and her husband died and she is donating money? I guess people actually fall for those scams.


A long time back I use to get emails from a woman overseas who said her dead husband had much money and she would like to share it with me, I always deleted it.
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A few years back I got a scare, my sugar level was way up. Finally I find out the reason was all of the steroid shots I received.

Wow, they sure are a lot of help, but the side effects are very bad. So I suffer to stay away from the side effects.

Back in the late 90's I suffered quite a bit of atrophy in my muscles in the right side of my neck, and right shoulder. Have surgery in February 1999, again in February of 2000, but still prOBlem is not cured. since before the 1st surgery my neck muscles in the right side of my neck, from shoulder up the side of my head, stays very sore, steroid shots be like a miracle cure for about 60 or so days, but gave them up because the side effect are to costly.

Another surgery might help, but doctor said the next surgery would prOBably call for at least 2 more, and with that many surgeries in one area of your neck, the consequences of them would be worse than the relief I would get.

And I don't want to wind up like Kara, and a few others I know of, and my neurosurgeon doesn't want me to go down that road either. I forget, Kara has been through from about 10 to 15 surgeries, and trying to overcome the last one at present time at 18 years of age. We share some of the same troubles in our head and neck.

Since I've had not more steroid shots, my blood sugar has run great.

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I am back in NE. I came back from AR with all my teeth still!! I tried black eyed peas for the first time. I am not a big fan. I do love that sweet tea though.


Black eyes peas, white beans, pinto beans, that is a food staple in this part of the country, add corn bread to it, and you've got a major meal for sure. Perhaps you have to grow up here consuming it all the days of your life in order to really appreciate it. :coolsmiley:
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Come on down, there's plenty of room for one more Yankee.

An elderly lady in our church was originally from Minnesota. She told me sometime back not long after she moved down here she had just bought something in a clothing store and as she was leaving the man said, "Come Back now."

Said she turned around and walked back to where he was standing and he said, "Could I help you?" She said, "You just told me to come back so here I am."

She laughed about it, but said it was not funny to her at the time.

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He has never read The Good Book, and what it has to say on this subject.

27 And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment:
Heb 9:27 (KJV)

Or does not believe it.

Of course immortally in the flesh is the only hope for all unbelievers, for if they were to believe what God has to say about it they know its only doom and gloom for them.

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wow, just go back from a meeting for speech, and our son is in the 95th percentile as far as Comprehensive Assessment of spoken language (CASL). Must be the King James bible :)

Unfortunately his speech is the lowest percentile :( prOBably due to combined of severe allergies, teeth decayed (some of you prOBably remember me mentioning this, I should have gotten the artifical teeth for him , sorry I don't know the appropriate word for it) , my speech due to deafness. I also think it is because I gotten used to his speech when he was a toddler and when he said something correctly, I couldn't understand him So he prOBably was forced to say it the wrong way to communicate with me.

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wow, just go back from a meeting for speech, and our son is in the 95th percentile as far as Comprehensive Assessment of spoken language (CASL). Must be the King James bible :)

Unfortunately his speech is the lowest percentile :( prOBably due to combined of severe allergies, teeth decayed (some of you prOBably remember me mentioning this, I should have gotten the artifical teeth for him , sorry I don't know the appropriate word for it) , my speech due to deafness. I also think it is because I gotten used to his speech when he was a toddler and when he said something correctly, I couldn't understand him So he prOBably was forced to say it the wrong way to communicate with me.


I can understand how that can have an effect on him, but I see no way to prevent it.
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Speech can be improved. My sister had a real bad speech impediment while growing up. I had to interpret nearly everything she said to some people. They would ask what did she say? Now she is 21 and still has a slight impediment, but it has improved a lot. Everyone can understand her for the most part now. When she was younger, her impediment was so bad the speech therapist was teaching her sign language as well as my parents. They thought that was the only way she would be able to communicate. My mom always told her that God used Moses even though he had a speech impediment.

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true :) Now I'm trying to decide, When our son and I play game, should I let him win or should I win? I've been letting him win checker... but I don't him be a sore loser if you know what I mean. He is used to winning all the time but now I think I spoiled him

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