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Chicking in afer a few years - old name RichRL
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richrl66 posted:
Hi all, I recognize a few names here. Sorry I was gone so long, old name quit working with one of the software upgrades.

For those who forgot maybe Mr NORMAL, or Isle of NORMAL will ring a bell.

I still have asthma, bronchiactisus (spelling) and take heart med's from that old heart attack.

Still working and growing a banana plant in the Windy City.

Last trip to FL I picked up some palm tree seeds (pods) and trying to get them to grow. LOL

Rich
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abbymay16 responded:
Wow so you really are still NORMAL!! So glad to hear that!!!

So are those banana plants producing banana's yet?

If you get that palm tree to grow in the Windy City you should get some kind of award for producing miracles from the city of Chicago!!!

Glad to see some things never change on the isle of delusion!! BAHAHAHAHAAH

Mattie
 
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richrl66 replied to abbymay16's response:
No banana's yet but there's alway hope. Never quit trying.

Rich
 
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Aqua14 responded:
Good to hear from you, Rich! How's Minoqua? I did not get there skiing this year, unfortunately (busy schedule). I've thought about you every time I schedule a trip up there.

Hope you are doing well, & stick around -- it's no fun without you! Judy
 
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richrl66 replied to Aqua14's response:
Minocqua is fine, new roof and two new bathrooms, water damage a year ago.

Glad you got in skiing, but hope by now the snow is gone.

And yes I'm still the NORMAL one.

Rich


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