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  •  You sweetie you! You would have to really know me (4+ / 0-)
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    know how self actualized I am not!

    Years ago a clients child was getting sick all the time so she got a dishwasher and he stopped getting sick so frequently.

    http://www.pluggedin.co.uk/...

    Here are some good reasons. Are you going to live at your house for at least a few years? Maybe your landlord will split the cost with you? This isn't like A/C in the North which isn't mandatory the way it is here. ;-)

    I read the stuff on the Epley last night. I don't have that I don't think because I remain dizzy even with my eyes closed.

    I feel MUCH better today though. My acupuncturist has a plan and it seeems to be working, I feel much better so far today and mornings are the worst part!

    Now I have to go get a heating pad. He wants me to put heat on my lower back. A heating pad or maybe a small dog...

    Tracy B Ann - technically that is my signature.

    by ZenTrainer on Tue Apr 30, 2013 at 07:22:02 AM PDT

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    •  It's all relative, isn't it? (4+ / 0-)
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      The self-actualization, that is. Who can really tell what we're accomplishing compared to what we "could" do? Perhaps what we manage to do is achieved despite great odds against us. That's what I tell myself, anyway....

      We'll go with the portable, it's OK. We don't have enough cupboards to spare a section, and the floor area is pretty big. Besides, if we're lucky, we will move in another year or two. I am NOT fond of moving, but I would very much like to own instead of rent. Now there I go again--another want~!

      I'm glad you're doing better. I've had two bouts of vertigo, the first one very bad. Don't want a third, thank you very much. I hope yours is gone gone gone very soon.

      Heating pads are good for lots of ailments. I've also recently acquired a so-called "bed buddy," which is like a very long sock, closed off, with handles, full of rice. Heated in the microwave, it stays warm for a long time, and it does have a bit more resemblance to a small dog.

      Some DKos series & groups worth your while: Black Kos, Native American Netroots, KosAbility, Monday Night Cancer Club. If you'd like to join the Motor City Kossacks, send me a Kosmail.

      by peregrine kate on Tue Apr 30, 2013 at 07:35:42 AM PDT

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      •  Yes, I want to buy a bed buddy, but don't know (2+ / 0-)
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        where. (meaning it's not on the table in front of me.)

        Tracy B Ann - technically that is my signature.

        by ZenTrainer on Tue Apr 30, 2013 at 06:35:17 PM PDT

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        •  I got mine at Bed Bath and Beyond. (2+ / 0-)
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          But it wasn't in an obvious place; I had to ask.

          Some DKos series & groups worth your while: Black Kos, Native American Netroots, KosAbility, Monday Night Cancer Club. If you'd like to join the Motor City Kossacks, send me a Kosmail.

          by peregrine kate on Tue Apr 30, 2013 at 06:46:17 PM PDT

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        •  You can also make your own using a pair of ladies (1+ / 0-)
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          knee socks. Add rice till firm but still has some "give" and sew up the opening (you can even do this by hand if you don't have a machine-just reinforce the closing seam a few times). The cool thing about making your own is the funky socks you can find in the "teen" boutiques in the mall.

          Or you can even use the material sold as quilting fat quarters, but there you have to sew at least three sides (four looks better to my persnickety self), and I wouldn't reccommend that as a project for hand sewing.  Makes you think about our ancestors having to sew dresses and why poor people's clothes had less yardage, doesn't it?

          The sock rice bag can be a fun gift as well. But if you're not feeling crafty for whatever reason, I concur with peregrine kate. BB&B is a good source.  ;)

          "In politics stupidity is not a handicap." Napoleon Bonaparte

          by citylights on Tue Apr 30, 2013 at 10:51:30 PM PDT

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