It’s ALIVE!!!!

Yes….. my space lives on!!  Still a few Media Player glitches but nothing too bad!  AND the fridge is still making ice.  Only problem is, I have the Flu!!  I’ve been trying to fight it off for 4 days  but yep, I got it bad and that ain’t good!!  I think I have every symptom imaginable!  Had a 102F fever and stayed in bed until 1:00pm.  At the grocery store the fever broke!  GREAT!!!!  But when I finally staggered out it came back.  UGH!!
 
However, my ‘Female Country Music Artists Weekend’ is still on!  Just hope the Media Player can take it!  Up tonight, as promised, is Taylor Swift…. A relatively new performer.  So I hope you enjoy my FCMAW’s!
 
OH!! And next week!!!   BEATLES!!!!!!!!   Best Band EVER!!!!!!!!!
 
This weekend is the BIG family reunion in Laughlin, NV but I won’t be making the trip.
 
This post will be a short one cuz I feel like crap!! 
 
Nite!
 
OK!  Fever and can’t sleep!!  But tomorrow, if I’m feeling better, I will post a little about my musical background.  Mainly trombone but also trumpet, baritone horn, tuba and harmonica!  Let’s just say I LOVE music!!  And since my throat cancer surgery I really miss it.
 
Good news??  I’m actually feeling better…. even with the fever!!  lol!  But sleep is needed!
 
Nite again!
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18 Responses to It’s ALIVE!!!!

  1. Beth says:

    Hey Bob, I am glad you have ice again but sad that you are feeling tough.  Better go to the doctor. The flu going around now is not a strain that is covered in the flu shot and there are people dying from it.  Take care, and my favorite country lady is of course, Tammy Wynette!!

  2. J says:

    One fifty one proof rum! Good for what ails ya and after a fifth ya won’t care what works or not. Take a little lemon with it Bob. Check on ya later.
    j

  3. Jude says:

    Hope you’re feeling better soon hun.
     
    ((Hugs))

  4. Kat says:

    I picked MiniWarrior up from his Dads on Wednesday and promptly caught his cold/flu. I feel your pain cuz I feel like crap, too!!!
    Hmm….maybe we can blame it on country music????!!!
    hehehehe

  5. Cindy says:

    It’s a cross border thing! I got it too, funny thing is today was the first day I could get out (it took over a week for the ice to melt!) and MY fever broke in the grocery store….weird huh?
    I hope you feel better soon.
    (((Hugs)))
    Cindy

  6. Amy says:

    I hope you get better soon.  With 3 kids, someone is always sick and it goes around and around.

  7. Tracie says:

    Feel better!! 

  8. HEDGE says:

    Yup, I’m from Vancouver, BC, Canada!  :))  I hope you feel better really quick!  No fun having the flu!  Hang in there!

  9. CAROL says:

    YEP people are falling to this bad ass flu bug even if you got a shot it will linger for days. Nothing to be played with if you get headaches and earaches and your lungs hurt get your self to a doctor pronto!  GET WELL SOON..  : )

  10. Holly says:

    Hi!!!!!!!!
    Bob,congratulations!!!Your space is still live.
    But I’m sorry to your Flu.
    Keep your health,Ok??
    Otherwise!!!
    I worry about you……
     
     

  11. Laoch says:

    I hope you fell better.

  12. elytis says:

    EVERYONE(LIKE THOTMAN) WHO DON’T UNDERSTANDS WHAT IS A GENOCIDE OR A WAR CRIME IS AN IDIOT   Wrecking Iraq: One Million Dead, 2 Million Wounded, 3 Million Displaced Collateral Genocide
    By MIKE FERNER
    Two elements are necessary to commit the crime of genocide:
    1) the mental element, meaning intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, and
    2) the physical element, which includes any of the following: killing or causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group; deliberately inflicting conditions of life calculated to bring about the group’s physical destruction in whole or in part; imposing measures intended to prevent births; or forcibly transferring children to another group.
    Considering that such clear language comes from a UN treaty which is legally binding on our country, things could start getting a little worrisome — especially when you realize that since our government declared economic and military warfare on Iraq we’ve killed well over one million people, fast approaching two.
    This summer will be one year since researchers from Johns Hopkins University collected data for a study which concluded 655,000 additional deaths were caused by the military war, and things have only gotten worse since then. Then consider that the economic war killed an additional 500,000 Iraqi kids under the age of five during only the first seven years of sanctions which were in force for a dozen years, according to a 1999 U.N. report.
    Based on the Johns Hopkins estimate of Iraqis killed in the war, one could conservatively estimate that another 2.6 million people have been wounded. The U.N. estimates that between 1.5 million and 2 million Iraqis are now "internally displaced" by the fighting and roughly the same number have fled their country, including disproportionate numbers of doctors and other professionals.
    If you are sitting down and possess a healthy imagination, try conjuring up similar conditions here in our land. Start with the fact that few people buy bottled water and what comes out of the tap is guaranteed to at least make you sick if not kill you Three times as many of our fellow citizens are out of work as during the Great Depression On a good day we have three or four hours of electricity to preserve food or cool the 110-degree heat No proper hospitals or rehab clinics exist to help the wounded become productive members of society Roads are a mess Reports of birth defects from exposure to depleted uranium have begun surfacing around the country. Reflect for a minute on the grief brought by a single loved one’s death. Then open your heart to the reality of life if we suffered casualties comparable to those endured by the people of Iraq.
    In the former cities of Atlanta, Denver, Boston, Seattle, Milwaukee, Fort Worth, Baltimore, San Francisco, Dallas and Philadelphia every single person is dead. In Vermont, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Nebraska, Nevada, Kansas, Mississippi, Iowa, Oregon, South Carolina and Colorado every single person is wounded.
    The entire populations of Ohio and New Jersey are homeless, surviving with friends, relatives or under bridges as they can. The entire populations of Michigan, Indiana and Kentucky have fled to Canada or Mexico. Over the past three years, one in four U.S. doctors has left the country. Last year alone 3,000 doctors were kidnapped and 800 killed. In short, nobody "out there" is coming to save us.
    We are in hell.
    Of course our government didn’t intend to commit genocide, it just sort of happened. The Iraqis kept getting in the way while we were trying to complete the mission. Mistakes were made as we were building democracy, but surely no genocide was intended. After all, we are the international deciders of what is and what isn’t genocide, and we know full well that intent is a requirement.
    It was only "collateral genocide" and lord knows we did our very best to avoid it.
    Mike Ferner is an Ohio writer. His book, "Inside the Red Zone:

  13. Jill says:

    praying for a super quick recovery.   

  14. Cin says:

    Sounds like the same thing my husband had three weeks ago.  He kept getting a fever and then the fever would break, and then the fever would come back.  It was like a yo-yo.  He was sick for four days, didn’t fully recover for another week.
     
    Hang in there and give yourself time to get over this flu.  It’s nothing to fool around with.
     
    Damselfly Lady

  15. Jane says:

    Haiku????  Bob, Bob, Bob….
    I played the bassoon – LOVED it.  Also the clarinet.  Meh.

  16. Stephen says:

    hi there buddy. sorry to see that you are not feeling 100%. i have heard that you gave away some of my secrets lol, bloody nosey women lmao. take care my mate, see you later

  17. Stephen says:

    hi there buddy. sorry to see that you are not feeling 100%. i have heard that you gave away some of my secrets lol, bloody nosey women lmao. take care my mate, see you later

  18. Jamie says:

    Sorry to hear that your feeling crapy.   Blame it on the weather.  LOL.    Get plenty of rest, fluids and sleep!!!!  Take care and have a great weekend. HUGS!!!!

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