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Jun 15, 2022 13:10:42   #
Linkan Loc: Indiana
 
Xiang53 wrote:
Same from me CD, I get enough scam calls in my text and phone calls, without getting them on Instagram as well! They are very persistent & extremely persistent, aren't they? xoxoxo


Yes they are! Sometimes I like to mess with them just to waste as much of their time as possible, I've got plenty of time on my hands lol. But other times like this I just report the account and block them.

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Jun 15, 2022 13:13:44   #
Linkan Loc: Indiana
 
Grandma Susan wrote:
196

Hello,girls, it been dry warm day 16c although there’s a sea 🌊 mist now. As long as it’s not there on Friday, Harrogate where I’m going is well off the sea. I e had Cassie this morning and she’s done very well. Even working while talking bless her. She is really a nice person. She was offering to take my sheets home and washing and drying them. Bless her. I say she has enough to do with 2 children 👦. It’s only because they are too heavy to put on the line. It was a nice thought though wasn’t it?

Well….Josephine and myself have decided to cancel next week with the problem of the train 🚂 strike. It’s not worth the worrying. What if she got up here and couldn’t get home? Can you imagine her and me crafting all day and everyday chatting and laughing 😆. Sounds terrible doesn’t it? Haha 😆 no, seriously it’s safer cancelling. We WILL get a meet soon as we can.

I’ve been to Wendy’s and took her some big soup, she loves it and I got a couple of cakes off her. We like to swap.

How are my worried sisters? Thinking of you june……. Saxy you’re in my mind, and Angela have you decided what to do. And if anyone else is feeling like they are I’ll then I’ll send a love. Stay safe, love yawl. Xxx
196 br br Hello,girls, it been dry warm day 16c... (show quote)


I'm going to find out what he wants to test and go from there. My thyroid doc did the Cushing's syndrome test yesterday so we shall see what that says also. You'll all know when I know.. I'll just put it out there now though that I don't think I have Cushing's syndrome.. pretty sure that is a shot in the dark on his part.

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Jun 15, 2022 14:53:50   #
binkbrice
 
jinx wrote:
That would be wonderful. It is not healthy to live with the high temperatures. Poor Harold has to put up with the fact that I need to keep the air at 74 or 75 and then I may have a poncho on. I am just thinking of what a funny couple we make. He is dressed in light weight clothing and barefoot. I am wearing long sleeves, long pants, ponchos and sometimes a hat and always shoes and socks.


That’s how we are Dh always has the air set at 70 and I am usually freezing… they fixed it today $94 dollars to find out a wire was loose……sounds about right for around here…😳🤪

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Jun 15, 2022 15:05:49   #
binkbrice
 
Xiang53 wrote:
Same from me CD, I get enough scam calls in my text and phone calls, without getting them on Instagram as well! They are very persistent & extremely persistent, aren't they? xoxoxo


I get them constantly and I just don’t answer them if it’s important they will leave a message!

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Jun 15, 2022 15:11:02   #
binkbrice
 
Well I have been to the doctors and none the wiser for it as we are still waiting for test results and the colonoscopy!


Oh she did say she would try to get me home care for my leg that has lymphedema…

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Jun 15, 2022 22:48:31   #
Linkan Loc: Indiana
 
binkbrice wrote:
I get them constantly and I just don’t answer them if it’s important they will leave a message!


These were spam on Instagram and TikTok under the name June Minister.. but it wasn't June of course.

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Jun 15, 2022 23:26:13   #
Miss Pam Loc: Arizona
 
Linkan wrote:
These were spam on Instagram and TikTok under the name June Minister.. but it wasn't June of course.


I got one, too, on Facebook messenger. 😒 xxxooo

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Jun 16, 2022 03:40:46   #
Barndweller
 
Good morning all from a sunny Norfolk, temperatures set to hit the low 30C's tomorrow so expecting today to be pretty warm as well. Might try and get some knitting in today as I haven't done any for a couple of days. Have a good one. xx

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Jun 16, 2022 05:40:03   #
jinx
 
Barndweller wrote:
Good morning all from a sunny Norfolk, temperatures set to hit the low 30C's tomorrow so expecting today to be pretty warm as well. Might try and get some knitting in today as I haven't done any for a couple of days. Have a good one. xx


Morning. Good to see you posting. Hoping everything went well yesterday and that the results of the test will give answers so you can start to feel much better. 🙃💖🌹

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Jun 16, 2022 06:16:28   #
Barndweller
 
jinx wrote:
Morning. Good to see you posting. Hoping everything went well yesterday and that the results of the test will give answers so you can start to feel much better. 🙃💖🌹


To be honest it was a total failure. The prep. hadn't worked properly so although it went ahead nothing could be seen, talking about another one but cannot and will not go through that again, they will have to think of a different way of prepping me.xx

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Jun 16, 2022 07:26:35   #
Nitz8catz Loc: Canada
 
Good morning from Port Hope Ontario Canada. It is 7:10 am EDT and 22'C (72'F) going up to 31'C (88'F). There is a line of thunderstorms heading south from Georgian Bay that are supposed to be here around lunchtime.
Yesterday was a water day. Mum "flicked" the button on the water cooler. (She "flicks" a lot of buttons, instead of just pressing them up and down) The button stuck and it kept pumping the water out of the cooler. I could hear it from my desk and yelled to her to open the door on the cooler. That stops the pump, but she panicked instead and was trying to find towels to mop up the half jug of water instead of listening and opening the door and stopping the water flow. I raced from my desk and was able to stop it before the entire jug emptied. So the kitchen got an unplanned mopping with very cold water. Then after lunch I knocked over DD's water glass all over the table while I was winding yarn. The placemats soaked most of it up.
There was some excitement in the sky when a fighter jet came over the house very low from southeast to northwest. About 5 minutes later, it was headed south, but much higher, still not as high as commercial planes, and a CF-18 was chasing after it. The CF-18 turned toward the base to the east when it was midway across Lake Ontario while the other jet continued south. I guess then it became an American problem. Of course we will never hear what was going on.
It was so slow yesterday (I think I only had 3 beeps all day long - although I did have several people call me on teams - for problems I couldn't do anything about - like telephones) so I ran over to the LYS at lunch. The owner helped me pick out colours, which is good because DD says I'm terrible with colour. So I cast on and knit some (without a gauge swatch)

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Jun 16, 2022 07:28:47   #
Nitz8catz Loc: Canada
 
Barndweller wrote:
To be honest it was a total failure. The prep. hadn't worked properly so although it went ahead nothing could be seen, talking about another one but cannot and will not go through that again, they will have to think of a different way of prepping me.xx


Or a different test! I'm sorry that it didn't work. That can't tell you anything.

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Jun 16, 2022 07:29:42   #
Nitz8catz Loc: Canada
 
Barndweller wrote:
Good morning all from a sunny Norfolk, temperatures set to hit the low 30C's tomorrow so expecting today to be pretty warm as well. Might try and get some knitting in today as I haven't done any for a couple of days. Have a good one. xx


Odd that you are getting the same temperatures as us. Are you getting colder temperatures on the weekend as well?

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Jun 16, 2022 07:35:44   #
Nitz8catz Loc: Canada
 
binkbrice wrote:
Well I have been to the doctors and none the wiser for it as we are still waiting for test results and the colonoscopy!


Oh she did say she would try to get me home care for my leg that has lymphedema…


A little help is better than no help.
I hope your test results return quickly.

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Jun 16, 2022 07:37:08   #
Nitz8catz Loc: Canada
 
binkbrice wrote:
I get them constantly and I just don’t answer them if it’s important they will leave a message!


I get about 50 spam emails a day on my personal email. I used to be able to add them to the spam list, but that isn't working anymore. So I spend time just deleting the stupid messages.
I get 100's of automated messages on my work phone from every autonomous device that we have. We're getting more and more of them so the automated messages are growing. I have some rules that shunt those automated messages to folders and out of my inbox, but I can't delete them until I've seen that the device is not malfunctioning. I need a rule that checks and says "you haven't received a message from A for a while, maybe check it".

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