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1 minute ago, cruise wizard said:

 

I think that there is a lot of construction going on in the port area - another reason not to debark (not that I needed one)!!!!

I imagine we are the only ship ? Which will look totally strange.

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3 hours ago, Ocean Boy said:

I'm glad the pup is ok. I don't know why people can't control their dogs.

The ER Vet said he was thankfully not bitten.He was badly scratched,however.

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3 hours ago, lenquixote66 said:

Yesterday was not a good day here.My daughter who lives very close to me came home from work early and decided to take her family puppy out for a walk.A few minutes into the walk 2 large dogs were running toward her and attacked the puppy.

It seemed to her like forever before she could grab her dog.She was screaming and the puppy was making noises that she never heard before.Neighbors came out and got the dogs away from her.She took her puppy in the house and then she and her husband brought the puppy to an Animal ER.They were there nearly 4 hours.The puppy is okay .My daughter is emotionally drained.She called my wife very early this morning to tell us .

OMG that is horrible to watch your puppy be attacked.     Was the owner of the 2 large dogs there to witness this or help stop them?   

Glad to hear the puppy is okay and your Daughter.     

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1 minute ago, DaniDanielle said:

I told Charlie, unless it is somewhere great (AC), it is too much work going anywhere.

My birthday is in July and yesterday I got mail from the casino near Aqueduct offering me $5 as an incentive to go there.

Prior to the pandemic they gave $10 and a pastry.

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1 hour ago, BonTexasNY said:

Just gorgeous.  Your day sounds delightful.  I wonder if my friend is your neighbor.  Initials are SP and his are KP originally from NY.  She's an interior designer and one of the nicest people! 

 

Sorry but I don't know them.    Yes, it has been great been here.      After my morning ride I worked online for a couple of hours assisting with some mortgage apps that came in for review/approval then I went back to the beach for 2 hours.     back on the deck for happy hour and a little work.    Everyone gets approved for their mortgage when it's Happy Hour!

It's going to be tough when we go back to our primary res end of June.     

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3 minutes ago, Sunshine3601 said:

OMG that is horrible to watch your puppy be attacked.     Was the owner of the 2 large dogs there to witness this or help stop them?   

Glad to hear the puppy is okay and your Daughter.     

No,the owner was not there.My daughter said that the people have 3 dogs and she never walks the puppy past that house because the dogs bark very loud.Yesterday the dogs ran around the corner.

Neighbors reacted to my daughters screams .

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1 minute ago, lenquixote66 said:

No,the owner was not there.My daughter said that the people have 3 dogs and she never walks the puppy past that house because the dogs bark very loud.Yesterday the dogs ran around the corner.

Neighbors reacted to my daughters screams .

It is horrible that people are not able to manage their pets properly.     Happens no matter where you live.

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5 minutes ago, Sunshine3601 said:

Sorry but I don't know them.    Yes, it has been great been here.      After my morning ride I worked online for a couple of hours assisting with some mortgage apps that came in for review/approval then I went back to the beach for 2 hours.     back on the deck for happy hour and a little work.    Everyone gets approved for their mortgage when it's Happy Hour!

It's going to be tough when we go back to our primary res end of June.     

I recall mentioning to you my friends that had a poster store on LBI.

We met a couple on a cruise in 2011 and went on a few cruises with them afterward.There primary residence is in Flemington,NJ but they also have a residence on LBI.She posts on CC,primarily on boards discussing cruises that they will be going on but she occasionally will post to me on the RCI board.They are originally from PA.

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2 hours ago, Etta1213 said:

What does that test cost in your area? How long for results?

 

Here in CT, it is free at Walgreens. We have a friend in Tennessee that just did hers on Monday at no charge also. Results in 24 - 72 hours. So far, I've seen it running in the 24 - 48 hour range.

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On 6/9/2021 at 10:48 AM, Sunshine3601 said:

Eric has learned over the last 3 years since receiving his transplant that many nurses and doctors outside of the transplant team are not familiar with the meds/foods, etc. that a transplant has to have and/or avoid.    But every nurse should know that grapefruit counteracts with a lot of meds.  

 

I learned many years ago you need to be your own health advocate.  My mom, a diabetic, was in the hospital.  Her meds ran out over night and the nurse didn't want to bother the doctor so switched out her IV to sugar water to allow IV to stay in.  My mom argued but nurse overrode her.  She was almost in a diabetic coma by morning.  Just one of the many blunders that hospital stay.

On 6/9/2021 at 11:09 AM, bobmacliberty said:

 

Have you tried duct tape?  If it can't be fixed with WD40 or duct tape, it can't be fixed.

 

I came home from grocery shopping when our daughter has about a year old to find doctors tape wrapped around her diaper.  Hubby said she kept trying to take it off and since duct tape fixes everything.  . .

 

 

Was away a week ago and got behind on this thread, still trying to catch up!

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4 hours ago, lenquixote66 said:

Yesterday was not a good day here.My daughter who lives very close to me came home from work early and decided to take her family puppy out for a walk.A few minutes into the walk 2 large dogs were running toward her and attacked the puppy.

It seemed to her like forever before she could grab her dog.She was screaming and the puppy was making noises that she never heard before.Neighbors came out and got the dogs away from her.She took her puppy in the house and then she and her husband brought the puppy to an Animal ER.They were there nearly 4 hours.The puppy is okay .My daughter is emotionally drained.She called my wife very early this morning to tell us .

Very scary, glad they’re both okay. 

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1 hour ago, island lady said:

 

I will have dinner at "home" pics for tomorrow night.  😉   Three guesses as to what that might be.  😄 

Your very good looking private chef is grilling burgers?

Lobster Dinner?
 

 

 

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1 hour ago, ownedbypets said:

 

What a terrifying experience but I'm glad they are ok. Before we got our puppy I researched doggy daycare so he would have socialization. I met with the owner, the trainers and the day care attendants while also observing for weeks. It was easier to send my kids to school. I watched ,from behind the glass, as my 4 month old, 40 pound puppy was attacked by a 200 pound Mastiff. The attendant was able to rescue him while I watched in horror. The Mastiff bit his leg so hard that it broke the bone in half. 

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57 minutes ago, lenquixote66 said:

My birthday is in July and yesterday I got mail from the casino near Aqueduct offering me $5 as an incentive to go there.

Prior to the pandemic they gave $10 and a pastry.

$5 whole bucks!!!!!😉

 Happy Birthday!

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my better half getting ready for her tour of DFW

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I need to figure out what I am doing wrong can see this on my iPad but it shows on my laptop.

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We were given adjacent units, so when the grandkids woke up at 6AM, they parents sent them knocking on our doors without worries....

 

I am very impressed by the pastoral setting. We were on the 3rd row from the Sea of Galilee/pool. The units closer to the water were even more expensive than ours...

 

Our in-laws wanted to book same resort for next year, were quoted 620$ for the forth and last row, and arrived at our conclusion -- a cruise will be much cheaper and rewarding.....

 

First rows to the pool and to the Sea of Galilee

 

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Ours was 117, in-laws 116 and DS2 - 115

 

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