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        04-03-2012, 10:43 AM
      #1401
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    Originally Posted by Northernstar    
    P.S. When I got to emergency, the 1st Dr. Was trying to cut the rings with an older model (and quite dull I think!) ring cutting device, using a back and forth motion until an awesome nurse came in with a brand new state of the art powered ring cutter...is kind've comical when I think of it now - like something in a movie. No one offered anything for pain yet, and I finally said, "If you want to at least give me some Motrin that'd be great, because this really hurts!" "Oh, I'm so sorry!! You poor thing!!" I just replied, "You know, I've given natural childbirth twice, so I can probably handle just about anything"! Haha
    Speaking of child birth... I remember when I went in to have my son, they put me in a room and forgot about me! By the time husband finally decided to look for someone they were like... Oh look... you are 8 cms... Let's go do this thing... NO DRUGS! I didn't make a sound... No screaming, no crying... Nothing like on TV... Men are babies aren't they?
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        04-03-2012, 11:03 AM
      #1402
    Green Broke
    You know, what's funny about my husband, is that he can take a lot of pain from an injury, but if he comes down with a cold, you never saw such a sulky man!! Husbands are wonderful, though, aren't they? Mine's a keeper :)
         
        04-03-2012, 12:01 PM
      #1403
    Foal
    Ladytrails, please don't "should" yourself. I know how you feel - I flunked home-ec 2 years in a row. But I am a fair cook, can't sew a stright line to save my life, and to heck with what people think we "should" do. I was top of my class in agriculture in 3 classes. So we just do what we like or are good at. As far as house keeping? I've never seen a gravestone that read "She was a wonderful housekeeper" or "Her home was imaculate". I've never heard that at a wake or funeral luncheon, either. You're a good person. That is what says it all. Be kind to yourself.
         
        04-03-2012, 12:14 PM
      #1404
    Trained
    Yea my husband is a big baby when he is sick
         
        04-03-2012, 12:17 PM
      #1405
    Foal
    Farmpony, it sounds like your finger is non-displaced fracture, but with the nuckle not wanting to bend, it could have a chip at the base of the bone. Buddy tape it, and try not to move it. If the chip should cut a blood vessel, you might have a huge bruise in the finger for quite a while.
    The only time they will do surgery on a finger, is if the bone is displaced and won't stay in place, after they manipulate it. Then they'll pin it. Try not to use it too much, with the buddy tape. Put a splint on it, if you're able. At least for a couple of days, depending on how long this happened. It will take 6 weeks for the bone to be to full strength again. Then purposely bend it a lot, making a fist often, so you get range of motion back. It's funny how those hurt almost more than a leg bone break. (I'm an x-ray tech, btw, and I've been in on many surgeries, and take "pictures" of finger fracture progress. This is what I've observed and learned, if you don't want to go to the orthopedic surgeon or family doctor.)
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        04-03-2012, 12:20 PM
      #1406
    Trained
    But my hubby is a keeper as well
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        04-03-2012, 01:27 PM
      #1407
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    Originally Posted by Nine    
    . It's funny how those hurt almost more than a leg bone break.
    You are SO not kidding. A couple years ago I ripped my finger nail off but I kept pushing it back against the skin to try to get it to reattache itself. After about a year of it healing and ripping and healing... I finally went in and had it removed. (the entire fingernail all the way to the nail bed) I couldn't take it anymore! It did finally grow back and nearly perfectly... That was SO painful to deal with! And this stupid finger... opening a dang soda cap hurts! Luckily it's my left hand but I still forget and use it!
         
        04-03-2012, 02:02 PM
      #1408
    Trained
    So I answered another add for a lease its a blue roan Quarter Horse
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        04-03-2012, 02:47 PM
      #1409
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    Originally Posted by texasgal    



    Not sure ^





    Haven't identified this one yet either ^
    This is very similar to a wild plant here - known as Ragged Robin.



    Our dandelions are different.

    I love the thistle in the first group of pictures, The yellow and black daisy like plant is grown here as a garden flower.
    Vetch is very near the same.
    Somewhere on this machine I have pictures of the garden and woods will try to find them
    Thank you for naming them
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        04-03-2012, 03:39 PM
      #1410
    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by Country Woman    
    but my hubby is a keeper as well
    I know he is, Country Woman! Just like mine, he's so supportive of your wanting a horse!! I remember your wedding photo too - my husband looks at me like that every day, and he's a blessing :)
         

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