How nice to hear from you again! Congrats on your marriage!
I'm going that have to look into that Curcumin and start eating it by the spoonful.... sometimes I catch myself doing or saying something and I think "Oh my! I'm losing it!" My brain needs as much help as it can get!
It must be so frustrating not to be able to stay in one place for more than 6 months, when you're trying to live and work in one area but live in your RV. Especially these days, there are more and more people who need alternative housing and I don't know what we would have done if it wasn't for our motor home for those two years we had to live in it. There's a difference between ne'er-do-wells and people who need to live with-in their means.
Take care & check in when you get a chance!
--- In thehappycampers8-D@yahoogroups.com, Elizabeth Allbright <elizabethallbright@...> wrote:
> Hi ladies.
> I've changed my email and didn't have this email address forwarding...so
> I've been out of touch for a while now.
> Got married in 2008 and changed the email shortly after to reflect the
> married name. Was a beautiful day and celebration and we're still full
> timers in our fleetwood pioneer travel trailer. OH how I want a Grand Teton.
> Sorry to hear I am not the only one going through challenges with health and
> the health of loved ones. After seeing posts about Alzheimer's I want to
> share something my husband learned a few years ago. There was a 13 year
> study done that showed that Curcumin (a part of the stuff used in Curry) not
> only stops the deterioration of neuronal connections in the brain caused by
> Alzheimer's, it also helps grow new ones!
> I'm hoping this email goes through, if it does, I've done the reset
> correctly and I'll be back online.
> We're "camping" in Santa Barbara for the next few days then it's back to
> Goleta to park for another 6 months. The non-transient rules in the county
> are kinda funny. But I guess it helps root out the ne'er-do-wells. I can't
> believe I just used that term in a sentence. LOL
> More later, work calls.
> On Wed, Aug 11, 2010 at 8:11 AM, RebeccaC <caesar@...> wrote:
> > I'm still here... don't leave! haha
> > It's Becky here in beautiful SE Ohio!
> > I get the daily messages, but have been swamped at work (where I get the
> > messages) and have been unable to talk. So sorry! I still very much like the
> > group - just bad at chiming in...
> > Beth - I'm so sorry to hear of your mom's passing. She was lucky to have a
> > wonderful daughter like you. You are helping her with her last details in
> > this life.
> > I'm dealing with Alzheimer's with my mom right now. She went into full time
> > nursing care in April. We lost my grandma and Jim's mom to Alzheimer's -
> > such a nasty disease. We have told our son to get a good 2fer deal for Jim
> > and I at the nursing home when we need it. Hopefully a cure will be there
> > when we need it. We're getting ready for a big auction to sell her household
> > belongings. This will raise much needed $ for the nursing home fees. Boy is
> > that expensive!!!
> > We're still camping on the Ohio River. Fun fun and more fun. Getting ready
> > to put a dog ramp/human ladder on our dock. It will make it easy for the
> > dogs when they're swimming. I'm always afraid they will get cut on something
> > coming out at the shore. It's been a HOT HOT summer. Occasionally our a/c
> > will pop a circuit breaker - so we can't leave the furry boys in the camper
> > for any period of time without us. Would be afraid the breaker would pop and
> > they'd cook! We're still trying to talk Jim into a Pontoon boat. It's closer
> > in the discussion than it was this time last year. Maybe next year... We
> > have new neighbors in our campground. 2 couples with 4/5 little children.
> > Cute families. Our pups just don't know how to act with neighbors. We've
> > never had anyone on that side before. They have a dog that is so cute. He's
> > older and very shy. Nice addition to the campground.
> > I'm going to try to put a pic in my photo album of the furry kids camping.
> > It's a cute shot of them popping their heads out of the slider door on the
> > camper. Timber is 3 (125 lbs) now and Augie is 1 (90 lbs). Beth - did you
> > know that Mitzi isn't breeding Berners any longer? She just has Rush now and
> > is focusing her energies on her cats. Augie and Timber are like night and
> > day. Timber is laid back and loves to love. Augie is wild child - always
> > busy and wanting you to touch him. If Timber comes over to you - he weasels
> > in between. He's a jealous cuss for sure! We laugh that if we had gotten
> > Augie first - there would not have been a Timber - haha. Timber is my love
> > bug!!!
> > We lost our wonderful tomcat Mack this past June. He was 15. One day he
> > went into the woods and didn't come back. I guess old age got him. So sad
> > that we didn't have him to bury. Never could find him. We now have a
> > wonderful new addition to our furry family - baby Ruby! She is a beautiful
> > little gray/black tiger stripe. She looks just like Mack did at that age.
> > She's so tiny - we have protect her from the BIG furry boys. Or they would
> > step on her and she'd be squashed. Now there are 2 girls in the family. Me
> > and Ruby! Looking forward to her growing up and being a good mouser for our
> > barns.
> > Maybe as school gets back into session... more and more will come back to
> > this yahoo group.
> > Could you tell I had 15 extra minutes at work this morning? Windy windy...
> > Becky, Jim, Braddock, Timber, Augie, Cledus & Ruby (our new kitty)
> > Athens, OH