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Old 07-23-2013, 08:41 PM   #11341
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Ladder Accident

Well Almost, when I came down off the front porch roof, my ladder holder had gone inside the house, did not know she was not holding on to the ladder until I started down, down, down...When she did come back out, me and the ladder were at ten o'clock angle. Hate ladders, just a brews knee and a skinned up elbow, no stiches..



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Oh my gosh BombDoc! You're as resilient as Turbs! Take a hit and keep on goin! What's goin on phroggies! Everyone trying to get those accidents over with BEFORE Goshen?
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Well Almost, when I came down off the front porch roof, my ladder holder had gone inside the house, did not know she was not holding on to the ladder until I started down, down, down...When she did come back out, me and the ladder were at ten o'clock angle. Hate ladders, just a brews knee and a skinned up elbow, no stiches..
Kicker I'm tellin ya u got to be careful man!
Phrog injuries are at an all time high!

I just got my stiches out and ur tryin to get um!
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Well Almost, when I came down off the front porch roof, my ladder holder had gone inside the house, did not know she was not holding on to the ladder until I started down, down, down...When she did come back out, me and the ladder were at ten o'clock angle. Hate ladders, just a brews knee and a skinned up elbow, no stiches..
Word to the wise, STAY OFF LADDERS if you are over 50. Lost a very close BIL 2 yrs after he retired when he fell only 4' off a ladder, broke his leg, after they set his leg about 5pm, he was in the hospital for an overnite stay. 4:00am, the nurses checked on him, all was good, 4:30 he was dead. Evidently the fall jarred something loose that got in his lungs.
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I've got the house to myself tonight ... Momma took the girls and their friends out to dinner then to the Hunter Hayes concert tonight. I'm afraid as to how much this is gonna cost me, as I'm sure my wife will be trying to get them all backstage. I have a knack for bulls$!&ing my way through(I know, you're all surprised), she throws money at them! I'm sure they will have a good time tonight regardless. I do love watching my daughters get all excited when they see their "idols" though. This pic is from when she just SAW Scotty McCreery, before she actually met him!
Awww that just brings tears to my eyes!! I surprised my daughter on her 10th birthday with tickets to The Backstreet Boys!! SAME PIC!! Priceless!, they will never forget these times!!
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Turbs, after looking at your bacon-wrapped hot dogs a couple of weeks ago, I imagine you are a connoisseur of tube steaks. Here's a link that might interest you

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We made those Capt Mike, for the second time!!,....last night! On my way!....it was even better than the first time I made them! DH loves them too!! His eyes kinda sparkle when he knows I am making them! I actually bought the fixins to make them for our family float this weekend....maybe....I am doing a pulled pork again....just in case too many beverages are consumed by floats end!
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I have no idea! I need to talk with Bob and get the true numbers. Maybe you can help me out there. I have a couple big ideas, and some that will suffice just a few kids. I'll definitely let you know. Thanks!!
He a Timmy .....Kenny is amazing with kids so iph you need a volunteer to help out with something you are trying to do....please let us know! Well....I may be haphing adult beverages and watching....I'm just sayin.....
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Morning pondies!! My FR app went down last night.....uggghhhhh! It took me a long time to fall asleep last night.....today will be a long day! Headed to town today......laundry, errands, groceries, and drop off our new home drawings. They have to do an appraisal on the floor plans, as part of the construction loan. Our architect had to redo them because I moved the all season room from the corner of the walk around porch, to the front entrance, plus we moved the walk out basement to the east side. The drawing turned out just like I pictured! The contractor is supposed to start the framing of the pole barn on Thursday.
Hope you Phrogs haph a wonderful day today!

Hey Rolling Buckeye, if you pop back in......my DH said we cannot afford to bring the entire basement foundation all the way to the edge of the walk around porch (some crazy talk about how expensive the concrete would be), so I am talking him into letting me have that done for the front of the house, which is where the all season room will be. That will allow me to have heating ducts run up front, so we can have heat added to that all season room. ( Which will make it to an all season room). I am having a 10' porch on the front (south facing), and 10' porch on the back (north facing), the the sides will be 6' porches. I guess that is pretty expensive to bring the foundation out that far. Uuuggghhhh!
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