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  1. #26
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    Great news - thanks for sharing your ordeal ... good thoughts and prayers do work


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    Thanks for sharing. That must have been a real challenging time. No one appreciates feeling normal until after a prolonged illness!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GimpToo View Post
    good thoughts and prayers do work


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    not really.....

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    yay! glad to hear your all clear.

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    So happy for you!

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    Happy to hear you're recovered and desiring to help others recover. Now you can get back to golfing, whenever it opens up again.

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    Yay Meg! Glad to hear you're finally & fully recovered. Pretty funny that your experience is in "trip reports" lol...

    Glad your kitty didnt suffer any covid either - Ive been wondering about transmissibility to pets as I have two cats and (as you know) one has health problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diamond Joe View Post
    Yay Meg! Glad to hear you're finally & fully recovered. Pretty funny that your experience is in "trip reports" lol...

    Glad your kitty didnt suffer any covid either - Ive been wondering about transmissibility to pets as I have two cats and (as you know) one has health problems.
    They say 3 tigers at The Bronx zoo got it from the zoo keeper.
    We've been all over our cat Jackson since he's our therapy cat but he doesn't seem to show any CVID19 symptoms?
    Tigers are pussies anyways.


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    Thanks so much for the TR Nutmeg. Was rooting for you and your guy, glad you made it though it sounds like no picnic. Wishing you and all of your city the best outcome possible. Take care!!!

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    Come to think of it, this might be the first TR without leaving 900sf. two bedroom apartment.

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    Well, a Covid TR is about all weíll get these days.


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    So glad to hear you both have the all clear now!

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    Glad you are better Nutmeg! Two things; I always thought you were late 20s / early 30s and whatís with the water deliveries? I thought NYC had some of the best water around.


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    Thanks for the write up and gald you are both mending and getting outside
    Like I told my last wife, I never drive faster than I can see, besides it's all in the reflexes.

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    Glad to hear you're both feeling better!
    Keep recovering back to full strength

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    Quote Originally Posted by neufox47 View Post
    Glad you are better Nutmeg! Two things; I always thought you were late 20s / early 30s and whatís with the water deliveries? I thought NYC had some of the best water around.


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    Iím older than most people think.
    I actually canít believe myself Iíll be 50 in a little over two years!!!

    We donít live in NYC.
    We live in Westchester county whichís right outside of the city.
    Our co-op has old pipe system I donít trust to drink out of tap.
    So are some old apartments in the city.
    A lot of us actually get home water delivery.

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    COVID-19 Report

    Great report....puts things in perspective...good luck and good health moving forward and we all at least get to enjoy the summer/get our jobs back...

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    Thanks for the recovery stoke! Congrats on getting through Covid.

    Appreciate you taking time to share your experience, there's info in there that will be helpful to many of us as you and your family move on to better things

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    Glad you both are better. What doesn't kill you, right?

    Protip: If you take it out of the case, you'll have a lot more room in the fridge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MakersTeleMark View Post
    Glad you both are better. What doesn't kill you, right?

    Protip: If you take it out of the case, you'll have a lot more room in the fridge.
    Wrong!
    Iím gonna take out the case and drink the bottle and there will be a lot more room!!!

  21. #46
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    Thanks for the report. So glad youíre doing better.

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    Thank you for detailing this not so FOMO trip report. I canít imagine trying to be productive with it. What do you do for work?

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    Good post.
    Quote Originally Posted by blurred
    skiing is hiking all day so that you can ski on shitty gear for 5 minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcski View Post
    Thank you for detailing this not so FOMO trip report. I canít imagine trying to be productive with it. What do you do for work?
    Iím a graphic designer.

    I work for a remote control company does home controlling system.
    I do UI/UX (application) graphics.

    I also freelance architectural drawings for way finding signage such as site plans, floor plans, egress maps... etc.

    When the economy goes bad, I have the type of profession to get on the chopping block.
    Happened twice before and it will happen again.
    I couldnít give my employer any more reasons.

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    Damn. Harrowing

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