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Re: MONDAY
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tee, glad everything is going well with the corrective procedures on GGD. I'm confident the outcome will be positive. Cloudy, rainy, thunderous morning. Snoopy the dog is hiding behind the couch. He's not a big fan of this type of weather. Surgeons office called me this morning asking me about a clearance from my cardiologist. I told her "Nobody requested a clearance from my cardiologist.". They requested a clearance from my GP. WTF! Surgery is supposed to be early Wednesday morning. Waiting for a call to see if they are going forward or rescheduling. I just want to get it done and over with. My bp has been high lately. Not really sure why a change now. For years it was basically the same. There's been some changes in the weather and now changes in me ......


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Today is Friday. Isn't it? This is why I know there is a God.




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Spring and autumn are my two favorite seasons. Unfortunately they don't occur in Florida. LOL. We have summer and two weeks of Florida winter. Those who know, know.

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ROFL. Fingers....... Those can have added benefits. LOL And no ..... I never saw the fingers.

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Oh... Almost forgot. TGIF Hummina hummina hummina!



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I don't support the current day Democrats in the least or giveaway social programs. Conservatve is how I roll. But I'm also an asshole.




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LOL I love how certain women like to piss you off then blame YOU for being nasty.

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Re: 9-21-2023
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Continuing on my crusade for health. Bloodwork back and it looks OK. Chest x-ray and EKG this morning and we'll see what they say soon enough. I left 1 hour and 15 minutes before my 08:00 appointment and it took me an hour and 25 minutes to get there. I was 10 minutes late. That drive in off peak is about 30 minutes. Miami traffic sucks. Only thing my new doctor did was put me on a prescribed vitamin D and told me to take an OTC B-12 after he reviewed my test results. That's good I guess. Just not feeling up to playing any tag football or walking an 18 hole golf course.

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ALEXANDER THE GREAT BORN ON THIS DATE 356 BC---



Whenever I hear thsi I think about "My Greek Wedding".

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Re: WEDNESDAY 20 SEPT
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Good thing I have my doctors already lined up. I'm not feeling or doing my best. In today's medical market it's good there are urgent care centers and ER's. Though I do my damnedest to stay out of ER's. They seem to price everything in tens of thousands. Haven't gone to one in over a decade because of that. We have a couple of doctor friends that own an urgent care outfit. If it's too much for them to handle they send us to triage at the local hospital. There they will send you to the appropriate level of medical care needed. I may just have some kind of crud that may be going around. I'm not usually one to get sick. Keeping an eye on my bp.

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Re: Tuesday chat 9-19-2023
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I know I'm gonna sound like an old person but everything is so damned expensive. If I had known when I retired what I know now I might have worked for another 12 years ...... or not. Just wondering if instead of paying off people's student loans thay can kick a few extra bucks in my direction. Fact is I knew way back I was never gonna be rich and I was never gonna be poor. Guess I'll just be grateful for what I have.

Went to my new primary care doc today. Let's just say I started off leaving an interesting first impression. My BP was through the roof. Got it down with medication. Started on an additional new drug plus with my other three. Before you know it I'm gonna need one of those daily pill thingies. If the time ever comes when you don't hear from me for several weeks you can always call Sue at the nursery number. That is if she still has the nursery. Bloodwork tomorrow, chest x-ray and EKG Thursday. And ..... Away we go!

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Dolphins won against the Patriots. Primary doc appointment tomorow. Bloodwork on Wed. Hernia surgery scheduled for next week. I'm looking forward to the surgery. Always a good indicator that you need it. The exciting life and times of the elderly. Work around the house continues.

Slept a lot yesterday. Feel like I caught up some. Well, Sunday is supposed to be a day of rest, right?

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Re: SUNDAY MORNING
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Casino madness. In the last 5 visits, the first 3 Sue won and I lost . In the last 2 I won and Sue lost. Keeping the gambling wallet a little less than even. I hit 2 Maxi jackpots last night and 1 Maxi the night before. All of the 3 were over $500 each. It's fun when you win. In all our years of gambling neither one of us has ever hit a Grand jackpot. Those are usualy 5k and up. One day. We are low ball bettors though so that may have something to do with it. I see lots of people playing $10, up to $25 a pull. Way too rich for our blood. We bet in the .75 to $3 range usually. Over the years we are really about even. Win some, lose some. In gambling they say even is a win.

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Went to a friend of the family's funeral yesterday. The man died from the progression of Parkinson's. As the years go by I have fewer and fewer people that will attend out annual Hanumas/Christikka party. I no longer have the need to sit 100 people. Well, covid changed all that anyway. Down to about 50 people now that will stop in on Christmas day. We used to have a lot of parties. Now we have scaled way, way back. No longer feel the need to do it. My circle of friends is now a semi circle and many have moved to points north in Florida. Up where living is closer to normal.

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Diets ..... Carbs are essential. Just look at any nutition chart.

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Re: THURSDAY 14 SEPTEMBER
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I was taking a break and perusing the news when I came across a picture of a friend of mine's mug shot. Apparrently he got into it with an ATV rider out by his house. The story states as the rider was riding away my amigo hit his ATV with his vehicle flipping the ATV. The rider fell into a barbed wire fence and was injured. My friend is one of the most mellow people I know. Kind and generous with his time and expertise. Guesss there's a message in there somewhere. Don't poke the bear. Have to see how it progresses. See what kind of plea deal he can work out.

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Pics of Caddy, tee? Congrats on the new ride evn though it was not your intenetion. My plan for today is to break out the pressure washer and blast some teak furniture. Not sure if that's an acceptable cleaning method but it works for me. Washes away the old crud leaving it looking much better. I don't oil it though. The cost of teak oil is as much as printer ink per ounce. LOL

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Yes or no? I had a 79 T/A bandit so I'm kinda partial to it.


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Re: WEDNESDAY THE 13th
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Ya, the wallet took a hit but it now has a bunch of new parts including a starter, alternator, fans and housings. The engine was basisally removed and torn down, resealed and deficient parts replaced. Sue said she's running great. Should be good for years to come. If we we're going to keep it (which we are) might as well keep it in tip top shape. We've had it for 18 years now with no major issues. Every once and awhile we had to spend a few $$$ on it. Like when we first got it we got it in top running order. In 2005 I had a new top put on and the wheels rechromed. The top looks like new and the wheels are for the most part holding up. A little pitting. Paint and body are great. It's worth over 3x what we paid for it in 05. It's part of the family. $4200 labor and the rest was parts.

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Sue's 911 was in the shop for some major work. Ground the cams, engine seals, brakes and other maintenance. We didn't really need that 10k anyway .......

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Good recap on family acting like family, Letty.

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Hot and humid. I'll take it over a hurricane any day. Slow start to the day for me. First I had to figure out what day of the week it was. But I remembered what Janis said ..... "It's all the same fuckin day, man. "

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Happy hunting, tee. I was thinking "totaled" by the time everything was added up. The dash thing makes sense as well. Perhaps you should consider and APC. (Armored Personnel Carrier)

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Today is the anniversary of one of the most important historical events in modern history. A lot has changed in our society since then. Never forget.


Indeed .... In 1213 Chinese general Chih-Chung assassinates Emperor Wei Shao Wang (former Prince of Wei) in Peking and proclaims himself Regent

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Jeez Louise tee. That is UNBELIEVABLE the damamge the caddy sustained. Glad you are both OK. That's the most important thing.

Calling another dermatologist shortly.

Today I plan on doing a little of this and a little of that. We'll see what shakes out.

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Canes did a good job against Texas A&M. Go Canes .... and go Fish (Dolphins)

Enjoy your Sunday

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Imagine you were born in 1850. Think of how amazed you must have been by progress by the time you were 70. That is if you lived to be age 70.

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The wheel in the sky keeps on turning.

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As I get older I realize how my previous decisions impacted my life. Here is my list of my regrets.

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Sue's b-day today. Laying low and having a relaxing day. Sue's taking a nap. Enjoy your day gurus.

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Finally got my implanted tooth installed today. Now I can smile freely without looking like I'm from Kentucky. I had a slider temp tooth I was using while I was waiting. I forgot to put it in plenty of times before I went out. Stopped into the dematologist's office today to see if they could call me if there was a cancellation. I don't really want to wait 7 weeks for my scheduled appointment. The funny thing about modern medicine is it takes a long time before I can get an appointment with any of them. It's almost better to schedule an appointment when you are feeling great then cancel it if you don't need it when it the time comes. I'm not the best and I'm not the worst when it comes to to seeking medical attention. I'm one of those die hard dudes that likes to stay away from the medical community until it's absolutely necessary. Unfortunately, waiting is what can end up killing you. Not a big fan of telemedicine or online appointments. I prefer the physical face to face engagement.

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Marcus. You can raise the roof or lower the truck.

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Finished up the A/C install this morning in the back office shed / cabin. I wanted the caulking to set before I put up the trim. Then I screwed and caulked the trim. Put it on high cool and I'll go check it in a few hours. Put in a 5100 BTU to cool about 250 sq ft. Should work just fine.


Whichever one goes first is gonna leave the other with a hell of a lot of stuff to get rid of. LOL. That's why I think men are the ones that die first. Because they want to.

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Hope you find the old dog ......



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I may have messed up by not taking a pro active approach to get my skin checked for skin cancer. I have had issues with it in the past, primarily basal cell carcinoma, I let lump on my hand go too long without having it checked out. Now I'm concerned. I tried to research it previously but had no luck coming up with a matching description. That is till Jimmy Buffet died. Then I came accross images of Merkal Cell carcinoma. The lump on my hand fits the image. I'll be on the phone getting an appointment for both me and Sue since we have both had skin issues that need attention. Well .... Worry is of little use. Time to get back with the professionals. Getting my tooth implant installed tomorrow. General practicioner appointment later this month. Hernia surgery at the end of the month. My medical insurance will be getting a workout.

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Dog mojo sent your way Marcus. It was overcast and a light breeze so I weeded out in the front yard. Now I'm tired and dirty. Time to shower, get on the pj's, get some dinner and park my ass in the recliner. Job done for today. Over and out.

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Happy Sunday. Football (not soccer) is cranking up nicely. You can always tell the time of year by American sports.

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Sue and Tom are some of the nicest people you will ever meet.

But you guys here already knew that.

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From a Florida trade orginization.


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CASEY'S CORNER NURSERY & LANDSCAPING



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Many years ago, the mother of Sue Casey took a wrong turn, found a nursery for sale, and just up and bought it. Bam!!!-at 16 years old, Sue and her younger 13-year-old brother were owners of a plant nursery. Shortly after, these South Florida Native Siblings expanded just-a-ways down to the corner of 318th Street and 197th Avenue to what we all now know as "Casey's Corner". And what a corner it is!!!



Sue has over 200+ varieties available at any given time. Native foliage's for sun or shade, short or tall. There are even huge varieties including common and unusual flowering and fruiting native trees. There are all kinds of shrubs, native aquatics, mangroves, pines, palms, stoppers, wild coffees, sennas, cordias, coreopsis, grasses and loads of flowering herbs. The specialty-plants that attract birds', bees, and butterflies for a garden and landscape to make your heart full.



Tom Casey served with the Air Force and moved on to work over 30 years with the United States Postal Service. Retired over 10 years, he proposed to help Sue with Casey's Corner Nursery & Landscape. There are many things he helps out with but the theory of helping to mow the property birthed the "Honey-Do" list which of course evolved into a special list between husband and wife ;) *wink*. Deliveries are made hours North of Homestead, locally, and even all the way down to the Key West Naval Base. Sue provides natives for all of Florida; people come from all over to get the best quality plant products, customer service, education and inspiration for their intended projects anywhere from Ft. Myers to Texas.



Sue knows so much about the native plant world and more. She unselfishly shares her knowledge and proves there is nothing to lose when sharing and educating others. Sue and Tom are some of the nicest people you will ever meet. For decades, neighborhood kids visit and help out, even those wearing diapers...even her cats have helped out!!! ;)



Sue wears her heart on her sleeve and always lend a helping hand in more ways than one. If you haven't had the pleasure to stroll her nursery, one day make a visit and you'll find it is filled with birds and butterflies and flourishing seasonal native blossoms and colors. A real sight of opportunity to behold and bring home. Casey's Corner brings plants and people together, landscapes to balance with nature, and our love for Florida Natives to the forefront of our landscapes.

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Another day in August Florida style. August/Septemeber is peak hurricane season. Sadly the Big Bend is getting whacked.




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Breezy and I expect to get more wind and rain as the hurricane passes to our west. West coast of Florida and points north getting ready for an impact in a couple of days. Hurricanes can be unnerving. My sister's families are in the cone. If nothing else Florida is on top of it's game when it comes to prep and recovery. That's what happens when you live in hurricane alley.

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What's your name again? Oh ya. John.

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