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Old 08-29-2013, 07:45 AM   #301
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That sounds nice, Kismet. I used to enjoy cross stitching a little way back when. I was never very good at it, but it might be fun to try again.
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Kismet, I used to LOVE to cross stitch (many moons ago, when I was in my early 20s!). No way I could now, though. It's way too hard on these old eyes of mine! (those holes are TEENIE!)

Love the dragon mugs, awesome job, Ellen!!!
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I also used to love to do counted cross stitch and needlepoint. I really should try a small project again. It's so relaxing to sit quietly and do it.
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I just finished making a pencil bag for Littlest out of some scraps. It looks adorable. Put it on her pillow to surprise her when she gets home from school.

And my 'task' for today(I am doing a relaxation day to decompress after having a houseguest) is to do some hand-piecing as I lie on the sofa watching dvds.
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I used to do cross-stitching, too. It was fun, but the last project I started about a million years ago never got finished.

Keira has been having some minor neck and back pain from our car accident a few weeks ago, so we took her to the chiropractor yesterday. DH and I have been going for a couple of weeks. I always knew I had a congenital fusion of my lower spine, and "maybe" a touch of scoliosis. Turns out my scoliosis is pretty bad. Anyhoo, Keira has it too, though it's not as marked as mine yet. Ugh. Time to work on our posture, and help her develop some good habits along the way. Any tips?
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I'm sorry to hear Keira is suffering. That sucks! And scoliosis too. I hope it's a very mild case and won't require the back brace.
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so sorry Dawn, no tips from me I fear. But I believe good chiro work will do the business for her. Lucky to have found out now.

I have never been 'crafty' although I sewed all my own clothes, and the girls' when they were little. Also made curtains, bedspreads, cushion covers etc. But never could do the craft stuff. I was always the kid whose home made Mother's day card was backwards and upside down...
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Dawn, I am a firm believer in good hard exercise. It will strengthen the back muscles to play some sports, and be active. And I am sure there are exercises targeted for posture as well. Swimming comes to mind as a good one.

Thanks for the kind comments on my mugs. I have been a potter for many many years....and boy was I excited when I found out I could major in mud in college! Dragoncon starts tomorrow, and I am hoping my daughter's booth does well. They have had some big discouragements lately and good sales will make her so happy! Plus she has worked SO hard....

I had a doctor appointment this morning. It was pretty exciting. My insulin levels have dropped dramatically and are just a hair above normal levels. This is a sign that the insulin resistance is healing. Everything on my blood work looked good and he was so excited he told me he did not need to see me for six months, instead of three. Yay! Nothing like success to motivate. Today was a DD and it has gone fairly well!
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Dawn, I am a firm believer in good hard exercise. It will strengthen the back muscles to play some sports, and be active. And I am sure there are exercises targeted for posture as well. Swimming comes to mind as a good one.

Thanks for the kind comments on my mugs. I have been a potter for many many years....and boy was I excited when I found out I could major in mud in college! Dragoncon starts tomorrow, and I am hoping my daughter's booth does well. They have had some big discouragements lately and good sales will make her so happy! Plus she has worked SO hard....

I had a doctor appointment this morning. It was pretty exciting. My insulin levels have dropped dramatically and are just a hair above normal levels. This is a sign that the insulin resistance is healing. Everything on my blood work looked good and he was so excited he told me he did not need to see me for six months, instead of three. Yay! Nothing like success to motivate. Today was a DD and it has gone fairly well!
Wow what great news on your doctor visit,Ellen!! You should be proud.Keep it up!!
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I used to do cross-stitching, too. It was fun, but the last project I started about a million years ago never got finished.

Keira has been having some minor neck and back pain from our car accident a few weeks ago, so we took her to the chiropractor yesterday. DH and I have been going for a couple of weeks. I always knew I had a congenital fusion of my lower spine, and "maybe" a touch of scoliosis. Turns out my scoliosis is pretty bad. Anyhoo, Keira has it too, though it's not as marked as mine yet. Ugh. Time to work on our posture, and help her develop some good habits along the way. Any tips?
Sorry things have been hard for you.This is such a worry but seeing how strong you. have been I am sure you will work with it and do what is best for you and Keira!!! Take care and have a good Labor Day!!
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Wonderful news from the doctor Ellen! Congratulations! Your hard work is paying off!
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I used to do a lot of counted cross stitch. Here is my favorite. It is of my daughter when she was eight years old. This photo doesn't do it justice - before people look at it up close on my wall, they think it is an oil painting:

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Old 08-30-2013, 04:33 AM   #314
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That's gorgeous, Rebecca!!

Dawn, I'm glad Kiera found out so early about her possible spine problems. Like the others have said, exercises can probably help. I've always heard that strengthening the stomach muscles helps tremendously with the back. I need to try it one day.

Ellen, congrats on your positive results at the doc. That is remarkable!!
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Good morning! We are headed north for the weekend so I'll be MIA, most likely.

Rebecca, LOVELY cross stitch of your beautiful daughter!

Dawn, her PCP hasn't noticed any issues with Keira's spine? Did the chiro have any suggestions? My mom has horrible scoliosis, went through a tremendous amount of hospital stays & treatments back in the day. I was told just to keep an eye on Jenna as she goes through her growth stages now. <shrug>

Ellen, huge congrats on your wonderful dr. visit!!!
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Thanks, Cindy and Melissa!

A little note about something happening in my family: My sister's son, who is in his early 20s, fell off a 16-foot ladder yesterday and broke his back. He will have surgery today to fuse his spine, and they say he will make a full recovery, but a good portion of his lower back will be unable to bend.

Scary stuff.
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That's an amazing cross stitch Rebecca.

Re: Keira's scoloiosis. It was not noticed by her PCP, but honestly, I don't remember them ever checking except maybe when she was 4 or 5. I think it's something they don't really look for when they're this young, though I could be wrong. She had bladder surgery when she was 2 and was seeing the doctor every few months for that up until about 5 years old, but now she just goes for well-visits and when she's sick. Per the chiro, it's not too bad right now, but he'd like her to work on posture now so it can either correct itself or at least not get worse.

WTG Ellen on the fantastic blood work

Enjoy your weekend Melinda!
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Thanks, Cindy and Melissa!

A little note about something happening in my family: My sister's son, who is in his early 20s, fell off a 16-foot ladder yesterday and broke his back. He will have surgery today to fuse his spine, and they say he will make a full recovery, but a good portion of his lower back will be unable to bend.

Scary stuff.
My thoughts are with you and your nephew today.
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Melinda I just saw this lol. No, son is graduating from college in the spring. He changed his major after the 3rd semester, so it's taking him 6 years to get his Bachelors degree in Mathematics.
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Rebecca for your nephew.

Dawn: soft tissue injuries from car accidents can take a long time to fully heal. Core strengthening exercises (pilates, yoga) can help strengthen the muscles around the spine and help a lot, as I understand it. Since she's seeing the chiro, ask about yoga and what s/he recommends for it It might be something you enjoy doing together!
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Rebecca, sending positive thoughts to you and your family.


I am happy to report that I just purchased my first car on my own. I am so excited and cannot wait to drive it back to NY.
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Rebecca, your cross-stitch is beautiful! I'm so sorry about what is going on with your nephew. headed his way.

Dawn, I'm glad to hear Keira has a mild case. It would be fantastic if it resolved on its own.

Lisa! Congrats on the new car! What a great milestone!
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Kismet, I used to LOVE to cross stitch (many moons ago, when I was in my early 20s!). No way I could now, though. It's way too hard on these old eyes of mine! (those holes are TEENIE!)
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Keira has been having some minor neck and back pain from our car accident a few weeks ago, so we took her to the chiropractor yesterday. DH and I have been going for a couple of weeks. I always knew I had a congenital fusion of my lower spine, and "maybe" a touch of scoliosis. Turns out my scoliosis is pretty bad. Anyhoo, Keira has it too, though it's not as marked as mine yet. Ugh. Time to work on our posture, and help her develop some good habits along the way. Any tips?
I had a positive test for scoliosis as a school kid, but my doctor said not to worry when my mother brought me for a check up, well at 29 yrs old I needed a walker to get around and at 32 had 5 levels of my spine fused and the scoliosis corrected. I started having pretty terrible pain around 21 and by 29 it was unbearable. The fusion helped, but recovery was grueling. I was out of work for 5 months. I still require fusion for my c-spine, but I'm not going for it any time soon. I think my situation is rare and can't really be explained. It was probably made worse by my psoriatic arthritis. I was very, very, active with ballet, tap and running. I taught aerobics in high school and college until my spine really got bad. I had a not go experience with a chiro so I'm not a fan, but that's not really fair of me. Keep and eye on Keira

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I had a doctor appointment this morning. It was pretty exciting. My insulin levels have dropped dramatically and are just a hair above normal levels. This is a sign that the insulin resistance is healing. Everything on my blood work looked good and he was so excited he told me he did not need to see me for six months, instead of three. Yay! Nothing like success to motivate. Today was a DD and it has gone fairly well!
Awesome!!! KUTGW!

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A little note about something happening in my family: My sister's son, who is in his early 20s, fell off a 16-foot ladder yesterday and broke his back. He will have surgery today to fuse his spine, and they say he will make a full recovery, but a good portion of his lower back will be unable to bend.

Scary stuff.
. Yup- no bending. I have learned how to do everything that I once thought required bending, but it takes some time to get accustom to. He will need tons of help with everything for the first couple of months. DW had to bath me, dress me, drive me, cook, clean, take me to the bathroom and wipe... for well over a month.

I do think in the last 5 yrs they have gotten better at the surgery, but it's a big deal. My surgery lasted just under 9 hours and I was in ICU for 24 hours following it.

I have a 4 day weekend to look forward to and boy do I ever need it! I'm going back to 5:2 since right now EOD with the low DDs is causing TOM to stop. I really don't need to lose anymore other than my belly, but that isn't budging and the rest of me should not get thinner. So back to maintaining.
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REBECCA: I hope all goes well for your nephew! It sounds like a terrible injury. Your counted cross stitch is gorgeous! I so admire anyone who can do needle crafts. That is one thing I just never could do...my poor sister tried and tried to teach me embroidery, but it was hopeless.

Today was a busy day...I went to the Y and lifted this morning, then went straight to the aquatic center to do the river running class. I did not have time to eat breakfast before I had to leave, so I was running on a 1500 calorie deficit! I came home and had a protein shake, and some oat bran muffins. (its a UD, thankfully!) I expected to be hungry all day, but actually was not. My UD calories are supposed to be around 2400, but I am barely at 1800 for the day...just had a handful of nuts to try and up it some. Worked on mugs again today...have more to do tomorrow. I love filling my studio shelves. Its very satisfying.
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Thanks for the well wishes for my nephew. He had surgery yesterday and it went really well. He starts PT today and will be wearing a back brace for 6 weeks.

The prognosis is excellent!

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I had a positive test for scoliosis as a school kid, but my doctor said not to worry when my mother brought me for a check up, well at 29 yrs old I needed a walker to get around and at 32 had 5 levels of my spine fused and the scoliosis corrected. I started having pretty terrible pain around 21 and by 29 it was unbearable. The fusion helped, but recovery was grueling. I was out of work for 5 months. I still require fusion for my c-spine, but I'm not going for it any time soon. I think my situation is rare and can't really be explained. It was probably made worse by my psoriatic arthritis. I was very, very, active with ballet, tap and running. I taught aerobics in high school and college until my spine really got bad. I had a not go experience with a chiro so I'm not a fan, but that's not really fair of me. Keep and eye on Keira
I've had back pain for ever. I knew about my lumbar fusion, but wasn't really sure about the scoliosis, so I didn't really consider that a problem. I suspect it's gotten worse over the years, but I'm so used to living with pain that I didn't realize how bad it had gotten. The chiro said it's possible that the scoliosis is what accounts for my 1" lost height (which means I really have the bones of a 5'10" woman, woohoo!). We're definitely going to keep a close eye on Keira's development and work on posture. I'm looking at yoga and pilates type exercises for her, and she enjoys Karate, so that focuses on form as well.

Rebecca, your nephew looks like he has a great attitude! Or could it be great drugs? I'll have what he's having!

In other news, my BFF had a baby girl last night. She was about a month early, but mom and baby Faith are doing well. They're in Georgia, so I couldn't rush to the hospital to be with them, and I've only had texts so far, but they're resting comfortably. Faith is 5 lbs, 5 oz and 19" long. For those who have been around a while, you may remember she got pregnant by AI, and she's wanted a baby for a gazillion years. This is her miracle, and that's why she named the baby Faith. Those are sappy, happy tears!
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Oh! Yay!!!! I'm so happy for your BFF! Yes, I remember when she got pregnant. So happy for her.
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Rebecca, I'm so glad the prognosis is great for your nephew. What a handsome guy! If you can look handsome laid up in a hospital bed/gown, that's really something!

Dawn, congratulations on BFF's little girl. What a wonderful thing!
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