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Ritafee

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Ironically it is Louis Riel day here in MB ... and, though he tried to proceed through legal means, he later established a provisional government (March 1885). A brief armed uprising followed, but this was quickly crushed by the military might of the Canadian government, and Riel surrendered. He was tried in Regina, found guilty of treason, and hanged. His death led to fierce outbreaks of ethnic and religious disagreement in Quebec and Ontario, helping to galvanize French Canadian nationalistic opposition to the federal government.
 

Luce NDs

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Federalism and anti federalism was also a strife in the states about the middle of the 1700's ... they led to toute la bash!

That's great impact like AG fighting for justice and then against it ... for politix and other stick'n issues ... generates a river of unknowns ... devil of a thing to unravel!

In one myth meuzes rose from such miasma ...
 

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I've been feeling quite unwell, my eczema became totally severe. I had been prescribed protopic years ago, for eczema on my eyelids and the doctor and I thought I was allergic to it. Apparently it's normal though, so the current doctor I've been seeing has given it to me again. The itching and burning I get with it is severe. So I treat small areas on my face at a time, every other day so I get a rest. It at least works well. My face looks pretty normal now, compared to when it was weeping all over a little over a week ago.
Fatigue is apparently a serious side effect, after using it on my lips last night I slept all day today. Chemguy called the pharmacist though and they said it's normal, so I don't know why info says to see someone ASAP about fatigue.

I have a consultation for phototherapy later this week, not sure it will still be needed but the rest of my body is still affected, so maybe. The rest of my body isn't severe like my face was though, it's just too much to easily treat, so phototherapy might still happen.
 

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Coffee's on! Hot water for other beverages is ready as well. Enjoy.

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The spatial abilities that were previously unseen, strange and perhaps blind to a great mob! Speak to it ... it could be the alien portion of your thoughts ... you know sown out there ... wild oats as gruel? As a rule they do grow ... good for heh burners ... all need some chaos to prepare people for heavenly orders when nothing happens ... dark, silence in the hollow deck!

Then there arrived a concept of djinns having been responsible when freed from jaerd confinement ... a condition set by former parents ... one has to ask whether they were greater or just gnomes? Isn't that just oaky doaky ... from the Aye'rs! Yes men on the lead cards ... hardly worth the paper consumed ...

The stuff of immaterial concerns that I can't tell yah may be construed as immense ... and you know how monstrous chimeri may be ...

I was once told by authority that there were no monsters out there ... the tyrant was as big and bullish as could be ... in hie perspective ... yet there are holes even in his scheme ... an agenda sometimes passed over lightly as a conspiracy! Thus Black Holes in the imaginary and unreal zone of fears, etc. It is said they amount to nothing ... and you know how hard it is to maintain nothing? It takes a lot of energy ... thoughts appearing to be spontaneous ...

And djinns appear to be ritely phantom-like in the night ...
 
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Oh ChemGal….one thing after another. Hope you get some relief, and keep that spirit up! Thanks Redbaron for the beverages. My grandson's school is cancelled today (snow) -- he lives in Michigan---so he is coming here for the day. Yah! However, his citizenship card is expired, and the new one hasn't arrived yet...So, wondering if he will be able to get back into Michigan! We might have him for awhile (okay by me!). As a Canadian citizen, he can come over here easily enough, but it is at border agent's discretion if he can get back into the States. Same with my daughter who works here and travels back and forth four or five times a week.
 

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At least with this medication I knew what to expect so I didn't just cover my face right away and I do have control over what I'm doing with it. It also works fast, 1 treatment and there is a noticeable difference.

The border thing - I don't cross much at all, but I do find it odd why it isn't a little simpler for those who have all the stuff together for it. I've had relatives who had periods where they were kind of stuck for a bit. Something like they had reach the max days or number of crossings for a period or something like that, I didn't understand the details.
 

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Glad you went to Germany Mrs. Anteater. It seems it was the right choice.
Here's wishing for improved health for you Chemgal.
 

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I stopped using protopic/tacrolimus because it seemed to be making my bad areas "creep". So it would make the main area look better, but then new patches would start adjacent to the old patches, and now the badly affected area on my leg is twice the area and yuckiness as it was. I guess I'm lucky I have a dermatologist appointment...in April. Referred in November. Sick of it. I'm obviously doing something/exposed to something that is causing this. Damned if I can figure out what it might be.
 

ChemGal

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I stopped using protopic/tacrolimus because it seemed to be making my bad areas "creep". So it would make the main area look better, but then new patches would start adjacent to the old patches, and now the badly affected area on my leg is twice the area and yuckiness as it was. I guess I'm lucky I have a dermatologist appointment...in April. Referred in November. Sick of it. I'm obviously doing something/exposed to something that is causing this. Damned if I can figure out what it might be.
I was too covered to even know, although I don't think my lips were quite that bad before.
At least my face is looking fairly normal now. I was getting eye swelling from it that was really affecting my vision. So I don't mind the creep just to keep it off my face, but good to know to watch out for that.
 

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Happy Wednesday! The hot beverage cart has arrived. Let the mirth and joy begin.

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Is there a dimension where mirth and joy can slop about? Thus cosmological mess ... it out there far from the madden crowd that crows nonsense! Consider the rich and powerful complaining about means, middlemen and all others in the midst! Thus the paradigm falls over ... as the foundational poor weaken ... and the powers give us nothing to hang your top end to ... there's no much there in the alternate wealth ... mental's tuff ... perhaps a cognate as agnate! Ignitious?
 

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Rise and shine!! With hopes for clear skin, safe travels, and good news for all, let us greet the day!

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I think some doctors have lost it or are doing a weird psych experiment on me or I dunno.
Went for a phototherapy consultation, at least that's what I was told it would be. That was barely mentioned and isn't even done there. I was told to use protopic on my entire face 2x/day. That's the med that was making me miserable using it once every other day sparingly.
I was also offered a chemotherapy drug without it being mentioned that it's chemotherapy. No mention of side effects other than it being toxic to my liver so a brief double check with your hepatologist.
A biologic was also pushed on me, but I would have to fail something of the above first. He didn't seem to be concerned at all as to why I think it's a bad idea to have my immune system suppressed.

The eczema on my face is minimal although my face certainly is still sensitive and dry. The eczema on my body isn't as bad as it was. And now a dermatologist is going to recommend chemoatherapy? WTF.
 

Luce NDs

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The Journey is like life in an Ox Cart! Ruag ... the hair that covers the headman!

If things blow about in 'ere is that like Cloe's brainstorm ... a blossoming in the shades? Cloes was a mythical designation ... about farcide ...

Distance is overwhelming ... how it goes is the question! Potential is endless ... nothing there ... like God open-ended?

Thus God goes on too ... as if there's nothing to wit! But imagine all there is to gain ... spacious thought?
 
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