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  1. 1 hour ago, JAM37 said:

    Well, we are on our way back to Florida after receiving a call from DD, who lives in the Orlando area, to tell us DSIL tested positive and she has symptoms. The plan is for us to take our two year old DGS to my DMIL'S. (She is in IN until Saturday.) We understand that Leo, DGS, has been exposed and could already be carrying it and we will get him tested, but we feel it's important to remove him from the house. This will also give his parents the ability to rest without having parental duties.

     

    All positive thoughts and prayers are appreciated.

    Sending prayers now,

                                      Jim.

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  2. 2 hours ago, Seasick Sailor said:

    Blessed Sunday Daily-ites. Thank you Rich, Roy, and the Daily contributor ladies for food and drinks. 

     

    We have been to the Caribbean many times and Castries has great shopping. We're scheduled to be there the day after Christmas this year.

     

    God bless our fishermen and the fleets! 

     

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    Yesterday we couldn't take the hammering and left for lunch, which turned into Happy Hour as our neighbors were in the restaurant and we gabbed for another hour or so. Got home at 4:30 and they were still jack hammering. So we hopped on Elvis and visited neighbors along the way. There was a little concert going on and we stopped and listened for a bit. Home at 6:30 and the crew was packing up thankfully. 

     

    Yesterday my niece adopted a dog from Frosted Faces, a place where senior dogs are adopted out. His name is Rocky and he's adorable. 

     

    Please take a moment tomorrow and say a prayer for my boyfriend and hubby. He's having MOHS surgery on his ear in the morning. 

     

    Have a great day. Cheers, prayers and blessings.

     

    Prayers  for  a  postive outcome.  Jim.

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  3. 8 hours ago, rafinmd said:

    Thank you for the Tuesday Daily, Rich.  We have a mantra in the Fire Service, "There are no stupid questions, only stupid mistakes".  A big salute to Good Neighbors and Public Lands.  I love the Mead quote but will pass on the chili.  I have been through Prince Christian sound just once on the Crystal Symphony before I started doing reports and don't think I have any photos.  My alternate menu suggestion is tea goodies as served on MS Oosterdam September 28, 2017:

     

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    Today’s care list:


    Welfare of furloughed crews
    Western wildfires
    cat shepard’s friend undergoing chemo for stage four cancer but responding VERY well
    StLouisSal’s friend
    Lady Hudson’s BIL in rehab
    Sam in rehab an hour away from home but released Thursday
    Sharon’s young friend Jakob recovering at home from Covid
    Smitty34877's DGS and DGD with pediatric covid
    Tuesday colonoscopy for Jazzyv
    From the rotation:
    Me awaiting PET test results
    HAL Sailor DH health issues

     

    Celebrations and Shoutouts


    2 BHB with passengers
    Front Line Health Care Workers
    Cruising-along on Eurodam
    Welcome home NextOne, DS and DDIL
    Jajmd on Nieuw Amsterdam
    Great upsells for Aliaschief and SharoninAz
    Icand9223 away on river cruise
    Atexsix is ok
    Belated Happy Anniversary to Cruising-
    and Staff Captain Sabine, HAL’s likely first female Captain(I know this is a repeat but she’s worth it)

     

    Roy

     

     

    Roy  just a  short   update  went  back  to  the  clinic  to  have  a  neck

    dressing  removed  today  and  everyhhing  is  good   and   healed  well.

           Jim.

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  4. On 9/21/2021 at 11:51 AM, superoma said:

    Ok, good to hear

    Just  found  out  any  cancer  patients  over  65yrs  old  are  eligble   for a  booster  shot  when  I  start  my  radiation  treatment.  Doses  will   depend  on  a   persons  type  of  Cancer,

                                                                             Jim. 

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  5. 21 minutes ago, superoma said:

    Jim, I made mask straps for my son in law for work. If you email me at 1superoma at gmail dot com With your address I will gladly send you two or three. They are about 6 inches long and made of a soft fleece material. I have them with black buttons too.

     

     

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    Thank  you  so  much  for  your  very   nice   offer  but I  have  very   good   fitting   masks  I  was   given  by  the  Hosptial,

                                                         thank  you   once  again  for   your  kind

                                                                                                        offer. Jim.

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  6. 49 minutes ago, HAL Sailer said:

     

    My dearly departed very Irish Uncle Michael Joseph might have suggested that you 🍺raise a pint🍺!    Sláinte!

     

    -Melisa

    I  will   do   that  very  thing  this Saterday   night.

                                                                                        Jim.

  7. 17 hours ago, erewhon said:

     

    I  got  my  drain  tube  out  at  the  clinic  today. YAY.  Never felt  this  good.  I  dont  know what   to  do  with  my  hands.

                                                                                            Jim.

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  8. 2 hours ago, cat shepard said:

    Just dropping in to thank you all for your prayers and good wishes for my friend battling cancer. They are working! Her oncologist told Cyn last week that the levels of the cancer causing “element” have dropped from 180 after surgery, down to 59 - after just three treatments!

     

    If the drop continues, she may only need 8 chemo treatments instead of 12 - meaning she might be half way through the course of treatments. They will do another test this Thursday. 
     

    We both shared some happy tears today.  Thank you all again for caring!

    That  is  great news. She  is  still  in  my  prayers  each  night.

                                                                                                            Jim.

     

    1 hour ago, StLouisCruisers said:

     

    This is thrilling news!  I don't blame you two for sharing those happy tears.💕

     

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  9. 4 hours ago, irishjim said:

    Will be removed today by nurse coming to my home between  12pm and 2 pm. cant wait to have it removed  One step at a time.

                                                                                                            Jim.

    The nurse came to my home today. I have to wait until  monday  down at the clinic as she forgot to bring anythi.ng  to  cut  the stitch.  Only  in  Canada Eh.  Unreal.

                                          Jim.

     

                                  

     

     

     

     

     

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  10. 11 hours ago, erewhon said:

    Thanks for your update, you will feel more comfortable once the drain is removed.

    Best wishes for the radiation treatment.

    Will be removed today by nurse coming to my home between  12pm and 2 pm. cant wait to have it removed  One step at a time.

                                                                                                            Jim.

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  11. 1 hour ago, grapau27 said:

    Thank you for today's daily Rich and care reports Roy.

    Interesting days and quote.

    I will pass on the food and drink.

    We called at Curacao on our very first Caribbean cruise on Crown Princess and it was very nice.

    It is 16.00pm 60°F and cloudy at home.

    We got back home 30 minutes ago after our long 315 miles drive back from Southampton.

    P&O new ship Iona was fabulous.

    I hope everyone has a nice day.

    Graham.

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    You both look fantastic you will live to a ripe old age together.

                                                                                                               Jim

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  12. 12 minutes ago, Quartzsite Cruiser said:

    On January 26, 2020, the Rotterdam returned to Caracao on the way back to San Diego.  This day, we walked from the ship, which was docked in the channel to Queen Emma bridge and into town.  It was Sunday, so many stores were closed, but it was a pleasant day to wander.

     

    The view across the channel from the bridge.

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    Interesting street art

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    We found this nice little open shaded area with cafes, bars, and decided it was time for a rest and a cool drink.

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    We past the clock and bells just about the time they rang at noon.  Notice the clock needs a sightl adjustment.

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    We just thought this was cute.

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    Once back across the Queen Emma bridge, DH headed back to the ship, and I headed to the old fort that marked the entrance to the mega cruise dock.  The fort was a surprise, since it was basically a shell with mordern building housing the typical port shops.  Only when I turned around to leave, could you see the inside of the fort wall.

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    A nice building and a side street on the walk back to the ship.

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    The final picture from Curacao

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    You take lovely photos.

                                              Jim.

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  13. Thankyou so much for this info. I will look into all this.

                                                                                                   Jim.                                                                                                

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  14. on Monday I will have a  drain tube removed  from  my neck then sometime next week will have the plastic cover removed an be  checked over again on 14th October so  I hope they can start my  Radation treatment soon will  let  you all  know of my progress.

                                                                                                                                                                 Jim with love and a big SMILE.

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  15. 6 minutes ago, Horizon chaser 1957 said:

     

    I’ve never seen one like this. It’s in Kruger, but the biggest thing is the accommodations. It’s called the train on the bridge, right in Kruger National Park. The rooms and dining area are carriages on a refurbished train set right on a long trestle over the Sabie River on a disused track. There are only 24 carriage cabins in total, so excursion space is finite. It’s not like HAL can just hire another 40 seater bus or two as demand increases.

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    Wow great photos.

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