What are you guys doing right NOW??? ;)

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  1. Poisonivy

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    Going up to the dentists soon to make an appointment.
    Broke a tooth over the weekend :(
     
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    I hope they can fix it.
     
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    Watching an episode of Barney Miller.
     
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    Thank you!
    The report confirms that I had pneumonia, and there are still traces of it visible. I'm not completely healthy yet, but well on the way to a full recovery. :)
     
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    Thank you,
    Got an appointment on Wednesday for an examination so hopefully not long after that to get it fixed.
     
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    Watching "Mount St. Helens: 30 Years of Change".
     
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    30 years? I'm suddenly feeling old. I remember the day(s) of the eruption clearly. We were not seriously endangered where I live, but we did get some ashfall In south eastern Washington.
     
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    I was in British Columbia at the time and we were close enough to hear the eruption, even though we were about 250 miles away.
     
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    At about 400 miles away, we did not hear it, or if we did, then did not realize what it was. My first warning was an eerie storm approaching from the west, and a dark sky. I went inside to ask mom when we were supposed to leave for an evening event. When she told me it was still early afternoon I turned on the radio to hear what was happening.

    I was 18, and the event was a church graduation ceremony. A strange way to start off one's theoretical adulthood.
     
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    Close enough to see the mushroom cloud from the frontyard which ended up covered in ash.
     

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