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    Hey Skidooman, sorry to hear about your loss .. no words to make you feel better just because there isn't any .. we never forget things like this .. just learn to live with them. and try to remember the good times. My condolences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecat444 View Post
    OMG Skidoman, I'm so sorry to hear of this very, very tragic event. We don't know what will happen day to day but we are never ready for something of this magnitude! I wish there were some way to get through to these people about how important safe driving is! Maybe he will realize now but at the cost of this girl's life!!! Again, I am sorry.....
    While some people may not want to admit it, it is not always the driver's fault for such accidents. I recall a very scary incident I had when I was in my late teens. I was driving with 3 other people in the car. Seat belts were very rare in those days, and were not mandatory. Suddenly 2 hands came from behind, completely covering both my eyes. Not being able to see a thing, I immediately slammed on the brakes bringing the car to a full and abrupt stop. Two of the other three people in the car were slightly injured by the jolt forward that they received when I stopped. I was not injured, nor was the person who was somewhat supported by covering my eyes. The person who covered my eyes thought it was all just a joke. I did not! Nor did the other 2 who were hurt. We were all lucky...that time. What if I had lost control of the car? What if there was a lot of traffic around? What if I had hit someone else in the process? What if someone in my car was seriously injured? What if?

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidooman View Post
    Although I am not well known on this site, I feel the desire to share. I had a very big loss in my life today. A very good friend of mines daughter was killed in an accident at Pharmacy and Lawrence in the wee hours of the morning today. She was only 19. She leaves behind a 18 month old little girl. The young fella that was driving didnt have a license, had plates on the car that were registered to another vehicle, fled the scene, and, was driving at a high rate of speed. At first I felt rage pump through my veins, but, as the day wore on, the rage was replaced by a deep sorrow for all involved. This young man made a huge mistake that will live with him for the rest of his days and when I think of it, many young men, myself included, broke speed limits and drove recklessly trying to impress girls, but thankfully, most of us were fortunate to make it home. All in all it is a tremendous tragidy that I would wish on nobody. So, with this being said, please take a minute to talk to anyone in your life that may be at the age to make these terrible decisions and let them know just how fragile life is.
    God bless you Nicole, and may you be at peace.

    Thoughts and prayers with the family and friends. Mistake or not by the boy he knew what he was doing was wrong. They are cracking down on the no licence and insurance and wrong plates etc, because this is quite common. Very sad. Please let us know if a trust fund is started for the baby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michelem View Post
    If I told you how many pairs of warm Pj's I have, you would probably put me on the ignore list .Im sort of a Pj hoarder ,(love the show,giggle)
    my favorite are penguin ones thoughI have 3 pairs of penguin ones.haha
    She isn't kidding about being a pj hoarder...giggle. I can vouch for that! But I can't talk either cause i'm a nightgown hoarder myself

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidooman View Post
    Although I am not well known on this site, I feel the desire to share. I had a very big loss in my life today. A very good friend of mines daughter was killed in an accident at Pharmacy and Lawrence in the wee hours of the morning today. She was only 19. She leaves behind a 18 month old little girl. The young fella that was driving didnt have a license, had plates on the car that were registered to another vehicle, fled the scene, and, was driving at a high rate of speed. At first I felt rage pump through my veins, but, as the day wore on, the rage was replaced by a deep sorrow for all involved. This young man made a huge mistake that will live with him for the rest of his days and when I think of it, many young men, myself included, broke speed limits and drove recklessly trying to impress girls, but thankfully, most of us were fortunate to make it home. All in all it is a tremendous tragidy that I would wish on nobody. So, with this being said, please take a minute to talk to anyone in your life that may be at the age to make these terrible decisions and let them know just how fragile life is.
    God bless you Nicole, and may you be at peace.
    What a tragic loss! I'm so sorry to hear about Nicole, my thoughts and prayers are with you and the family

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    Good morning all! Thank you to everyone for the warm welcome I have received! It's so great to see there are still nice people out there What a great thread! Hope you all have a great day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SillyLoocie View Post
    The chicken soup & hot toddy’s must have done the trick,
    I watched Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid my all time favourite flick,
    I did not a single household chore that needed tending to,
    Instead I lollygagged about, cause I thought I had the flu,
    I answered a telemarketing call & I yanked some poor guy’s chain,
    I asked him if would cast a vote for Club Q’s the best thread campaign,
    I heard my neighbours arguing outside in their driveway,
    They are going to be moving soon, though I wish it was today,
    I had a strawberry bubble bath & leafed through a Maclean’s magazine,
    There’s lots of pics & coverage of our impressive Olympic scene,
    Now the clock is striking 6:00 & the casserole is in the oven,
    Thanks so much for my get well wishes, & I sure could feel the lovin’

    Thank you to my SC family.

    xxxx



    I just love your poems SillyLoocie Glad to hear that you are feeling better

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    Quote Originally Posted by SillyLoocie View Post
    The chicken soup & hot toddy’s must have done the trick,
    I watched Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid my all time favourite flick,
    I did not a single household chore that needed tending to,
    Instead I lollygagged about, cause I thought I had the flu,
    I answered a telemarketing call & I yanked some poor guy’s chain,
    I asked him if would cast a vote for Club Q’s the best thread campaign,
    I heard my neighbours arguing outside in their driveway,
    They are going to be moving soon, though I wish it was today,
    I had a strawberry bubble bath & leafed through a Maclean’s magazine,
    There’s lots of pics & coverage of our impressive Olympic scene,
    Now the clock is striking 6:00 & the casserole is in the oven,
    Thanks so much for my get well wishes, & I sure could feel the lovin’

    Thank you to my SC family.

    xxxx
    Glad to hear that you are feeling much better.

    Chicken soup always works for me! In fact, I like it even when I'm not sick.

    Keep up the great work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobynHeyder View Post
    I'm going home with a migraine Have a good night everyone
    I was interested in all the different remedies for a migrane and sort of wish they were around when I was getting mine to see if they would work. I use to get migranes daily since I was 17 ( at least that was when I first noticed them) that would last for about 10-12 hours and were so bad that when driving I would have to pull over on to the shoulder because I could not see for all the bright flashes I was seeing. I would have to press on my temples until the flashing subsided and then I could continue for approximately another 20-30 minutes. Then one day I read an article ( in Readers Digest ) that stated that some people were getting migranes as a reaction from the fillings in their teeth. It would not start right away but be very gradual 8-20 years and then build up to full migranes. I talked to my dentist I about it when I was 28 and decided to replace the metal fillings with ceramic ones every time I came in for check ups for the next three visits. The migranes went away soon after the second session and have had maybe a dozen migranes over the next 25 or so years. Everyone of those migranes were do to either hammering all day rooffing or working all day in the hot sun without a hat or sunglasses. I found that the best remedy was the sunglasses. Oh I forgot about a couple of bad hangovers
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    my condolences skidooman.

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    k off to work now ,thanks for the 2115 word and codes,catch ya all later hav a good day

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    Good Morning everyone
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    Good morning everyone - they're calling for plus + temperatures for the next few days, and even a little sunshine here and there. Come on Spring!!
    Have a great day folks...and keep smiling!

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