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Yesterday was a bust; a beautiful sit at home day. Carolyn worked yesterday morning and when she came in we drove to Fall branch to finish up there but she could not get into the building. They changed the locks without informing her so we wasted more than an hour and a 50 mile round trip in gasoline. In some of her accounts, every time an employee of theirs who had access to keys and alarm codes quits or is dismissed for some reason, they change the locks. Carolyn was already sick with this croup and flu like I have, and she was mad and sick at the same time when we returned to JC.

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I still haven’t had a shot; I continue coughing and having flashes of feeling badly and they will not give me the methotrexate when I have any kind of infection. It has been two weeks and I am beginning to hurt. R.A. is a catch-22.

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Have a good worsh day, my friends.

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  1. It’s strange that they didn’t inform Carolyn that they had changed the keys. What a waste of time for both of you, my friend.
    I’m sorry that you are still sick and you can’t get the methotrexate. Yes, RA is a catch-22.
    Have a dry, warm and sunny Monday. πŸ™‚

  2. Just smile, my American friends. πŸ™‚ Lovely song!

  3. Thanks, Jola.
    We are used to the key situation; it has happened many times in the past; people are forgetful. She he got paid for the trip just the same as if she had cleaned it. πŸ™‚

  4. Thanks, my friend. I like the song a lot. πŸ™‚

  5. Ken
    I hope you and Carolyn feel better soon.
    Alice

  6. I don’t think Carolyn is getting it as bad as I had it; she says I am old and cannot handle it. I will be ok in a few days and I hope she will also. She is contrary when sick.
    Thanks, my friend πŸ™‚

  7. At least she was paid for the trip. Still it is a hassle.

    Hope today is a better day.

  8. Yep; it took away from my porch sitting time.


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