Sorry to hear this, hope you recover quickly, sleep is the best medicine.Hopefully the meds will kick in quickly.
Mr. AOW has been in a down mood for a couple of weeks now. He barely turns on his iPad, watches TV, calls his friends, etc.So, we are actually relieved to discover that there may be a physical cause for his mood and his exhaustion. A few days on Cipro -- and perhaps we'll see rapid improvement. I hope so! It's lonely around here for me when Mr. AOW isn't chatting and upbeat.
You get better, your Dudeness. I miss your prose of golden thought.
DynaflowThought of you today, Mr. AOW. Fine ride, just needs a little cherrying up. Immaculate interior.
Wouldn't forget you, Mrs. AOWPart of your childhood you seem to want to remember. Well, you're not alone.I really like this shot. She was just going round and round like old Phoebe Caulfield.
Good thoughts for you both.
Kid,Thanks.This morning, I have to get Mr. AOW out the door to the scanning facility for a Doppler of his carotids. It's a routine test as far as I know.
Duck,Thanks.I'm going to nab those photos the next time that I log onto my desktop (today or tomorrow).Is that Dynaflow (With suicide doors!) a street vehicle as opposed to merely being shown at a car show or a cruise-in?I would indeed like to go back to the days of riding the carousels! I never rode a rooster but rather always the fastest-looking of the steeds. **wink** Must be an inherited tendency: on the farm, my grandmother as a youth always rode the stallions (as opposed to the mares or geldings).
I thought the car was interesting, AOW because it had standard plates. Wasn't tricked out like a show car but it looked like it could have been brought up to that level without a lot of work.
I hope you are starting to feel better Mr. AOW. If not, I hope it is really soon. :)
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