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    sittingbull594 posted:
    I'm hoping everyone will check in and let us know how you're doing??

    and at the same time how bout a caprice distraction action plan(s)?

    thought if we all come up with one we could continue to use them from this thread??

    Bucket List
    Do you have a bucket list?
    If you do please name some of the items you'd like to accomplish on it?

    Do you not have a bucket list?
    If not, then can you name one thing you'd like to put on a bucket list?
    lovely_lemon_tree responded:
    Checking in...

    I'm here.

    Not doing so well (hospitalized this past weekend but am now out), still pretty shaky.

    I am enjoying the feel of carpet on my feet.

    Bucket list... (of short-term goals)
    I'm going to eat some ice cream.
    I'm going to get my car's oil changed.
    I'm going to brush Savannah.
    I'm going to vacuum.
    I'm going to put the little litter box back in the big cat carrier.
    I'm going to do some laundry.
    I'm going to wash the dishes.
    I'm going to take out the garbage.
    I'm going to do some serious Febreeze-ing.
    We must be the change we wish to see in the world. -- Mahatma Ghandi
    katenewbie replied to lovely_lemon_tree's response:
    I'm here. Doing ok. Better, that I just got a script for synthroid. Maybe now I won't sleep 18 hours/day.

    First of all welcome home LLT. Glad your home, hope you feel better soon!

    My bucket list:

    To meet a man worth marrying and do so.

    sittingbull594 replied to katenewbie's response:
    Well it's apparent i'm here.
    I'm getting worse as the days progress but trying hard to fight the demons within.

    ((((((((Kate te))))))))

    Ya'll are tough gals so do take care of yourselves as hard as it may be. I think the bucket lists are great.

    I hope both of you will feel better soon. Sometimes when I've come out of the hospital It's taken longer than a week or two to feel better....Don't give up hope.

    K...You'll be amazed at what thyroid does for ya! and yah you won't be sleeping the day away. It does take a couple weeks from my experience with it to get the level you need that works the best for you ....And then of course it will take months to know this for sure because they have to keep testing over the course of several months to see where you're levels are.

    My bucket list:

    See my granddaughter still as a sweet lil baby!

    I have more and some distraction action ideas but I'm falling asleep at the keyboard. gnight
    lowdown replied to sittingbull594's response:
    Been away for a few weeks, Things have been hay wire around the house. between the kids and there sperm donor. I have been stressed out and had a recent medicine change. So I have three more things I have to remember during the day.

    The one thing on my list is to take a vacation. leave the kids with their sperm donor and grandparents, That's just a dream, Really I would take a candle lit bubble bath and lock the bathroom door with a do not disturb sign on it.
    rugger1369 replied to lowdown's response:
    Glad to hear of everyones progress and the lists are fab!

    Been away myself...hope to put up a post soon with an update...

    Bucket List: (in no particular order)
    Finally start therapy...
    Play rugby in europe and/or australia!
    then when in australia, scuba the Great barrier reef
    walk through the red tree forest in CA
    Eat sushi in Japan
    Own my own womens sport aparrel company
    Grow my hair back out...
    get my nose re-pierced
    Have pink hair again!

    ok im having to much fun! thanks for this! ((HUGS))
    DOGDANCING_TCOS replied to rugger1369's response:
    Ruggie - hey when your ready to cross off walk through the red tree forest in CA look me up I will be your guide! I know some cool spots! And any excuse to spent time in my Eden is a good one!
    I'm not really a psychopath, I just play one on the internet.
    off_the_wall responded:
    Get over my fear of flying and take a trip to Hawaii where I'll go surfing
    Watch my girls grow up
    Take my girls to the mountains
    Become a professional photographer
    rugger1369 replied to off_the_wall's response:
    DD that would be amazing! I simply love being surrounded by Mother Earth - and what better place than those beautiful giants! Thanks

    OTW surfing is a great one too!! That would be so much fun

    Love reading everyones lists
    sittingbull594 replied to rugger1369's response:
    I didn't make my bucket list

    hmmmmm don't really have one but let's see here

    get beautiful flowers this year for our flower pots

    make it thru the weekend intact

    enjoy the wonderful spring weather

    someday see my son and his baby again

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