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I just wanted to let the ladies on here know that if your doctor orders you a mammogram, please go get it done. They have such a great system for them now. The machine is automatic and the plates are plastic. No more human errors.
 

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I just wanted to let the ladies on here know that if your doctor orders you a mammogram, please go get it done. They have such a great system for them now. The machine is automatic and the plates are plastic. No more human errors.
I tell my doctor no most of the time, but this year I did all the tests including the starve for 3 days, drink nasty stuff for a peek a boo up my colon. I suffered all the indignities and got a glowing report of good health.

So yes, take the tests, if there is a problem, treat it while still a small problem.
 

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My EE is about 13 weeks old and laid her first egg today. It was awful listening to her sing the egg song and I kept going out to the coop because I thought that Darlin and Little One were beating up on her.
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Went out to the garden and did a little therapy. Cutting and pulling out the weeds (disgusting crabgrass), with a large pair of shears. I picked 2 nice crookneck squash and there was another 6 trying to get big enough to pick and in 2 days they had died from the crabgrass choking out the plant.
 
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