Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer 81,721

MURRAY, Ky. - State wildlife officials say "several hundred" dead birds were found near the Murray State University campus last week.

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Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#91004 Jul 20, 2013
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/03/sple...

An interesting articles for those Folks who choose to eat healthy. I find stevia as well as honey are better alternatives as sweeteners. Sucralose/ splenda, artificial sweeteners are terrible for diabetics.
Nice night, the frogs and insects are happy;)

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#91005 Jul 20, 2013
qwerty wrote:
Peanut butter and jelly are top priority today, so let everything else go by the board for the time being. Enjoy nutella when you get the chance, even if it ends up costing you way more money. You'll be thrilled when things will go really weird with you-know-who at you-know-where at you-know-when for you-know-how-long.
Wow Qwerty. It's like you have a crystal ball -- spot on
finally

Tampa, FL

#91006 Jul 20, 2013
Prayer is like breathing everybody needs to...

"The house sold."The bank accepted the offer in full satisfaction of the lien.

Thank God.
Mississippi Man

Olive Branch, MS

#91007 Jul 20, 2013
Misty eyed wrote:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ 2013/06/03/splenda-blood-sugar -sucralose-insulin_n_3362122.h tml Sucralose/ splenda, artificial sweeteners are terrible for diabetics.
Hey Misty.......please explain to this older brain your thinking that Splenda is terrible for diabetics. Been trying to eat right for 13 years now and Splenda is the only one I can stand.

To Ancient & Imposter (I think)...Just purely by accident this year I bought Early Girl tomato plants and durn if they didn't live up to the name. My get up and go did just that so I've resorted to that "already-cooked-just-micr o-wave" bacon. It's really not too bad if you don't over heat it! Whole wheat toast, it'll do the job OK. I eat cold, sliced, salted tomatoes as a good snack with a western on the tube. Gotta Love It!!!!!!
Mississippi Man

Olive Branch, MS

#91008 Jul 20, 2013
Ya all talk'n about the heat here of late. I don't know what it's been around your place but it hit 94 degrees here today. But I guess that's about average but it will go up some. This smart little machine of mine tells me for the next four days it's from 40 to 60% chance of rain. Yeah, and then......HUMIDITY......I guess! That's MS.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#91009 Jul 21, 2013
Mississippi Man wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey Misty.......please explain to this older brain your thinking that Splenda is terrible for diabetics. Been trying to eat right for 13 years now and Splenda is the only one I can stand.
To Ancient & Imposter (I think)...Just purely by accident this year I bought Early Girl tomato plants and durn if they didn't live up to the name. My get up and go did just that so I've resorted to that "already-cooked-just-micr o-wave" bacon. It's really not too bad if you don't over heat it! Whole wheat toast, it'll do the job OK. I eat cold, sliced, salted tomatoes as a good snack with a western on the tube. Gotta Love It!!!!!!
I don't use much salt. For bland items such as sliced tomatoes, hard-boiled eggs, and French Fries; I use pepper instead. I rarely eat bacon or shrimp (two of my favorites), since both of those increase the possibility of gout. For cold cereals, I only eat Raisin Bran since the raisins are already sweet.

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#91010 Jul 21, 2013
Hello, folks. Woke up at 3 a.m. this morning, and I'm still up. Looks like AW is awake as well....probably for Dog/tree time. Roaming must be around as well. The poor thing never sleeps. Lala

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#91011 Jul 21, 2013
Oh I'm around. It's been a long night and now I am getting ready for work. Hope you all stay cool.
yeah

Indianapolis, IN

#91012 Jul 21, 2013
Must have been the poisoned corn
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#91013 Jul 21, 2013
Oglala wrote:
Hello, folks. Woke up at 3 a.m. this morning, and I'm still up. Looks like AW is awake as well....probably for Dog/tree time. Roaming must be around as well. The poor thing never sleeps. Lala
Dog and I have been up for quite some time. We spent a couple of hours of communing with GOD and nature outside in the cool pre-dawn hours and now getting ready to go do volunteer work at the Nursing home.
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#91019 Jul 21, 2013
@ Mississippi Man, I just recommend what what we know as fact...honey is natural, so is sugar cane. I only use light amounts of sugar. And eating apples is great as well. Sugar is like sodium, it's alright as long as you don't partake of too much.
I try to stay aware of all the latest studies about food products and such. That's just me. I don't want my children to have foods with aspartame and sucrolose.
Nice Sunday here, somewhat cloudy. Good day to All the fine birders:)
Imposter

Busy, KY

#91022 Jul 21, 2013
Mississippi Man wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey Misty.......please explain to this older brain your thinking that Splenda is terrible for diabetics. Been trying to eat right for 13 years now and Splenda is the only one I can stand.
To Ancient & Imposter (I think)...Just purely by accident this year I bought Early Girl tomato plants and durn if they didn't live up to the name. My get up and go did just that so I've resorted to that "already-cooked-just-micr o-wave" bacon. It's really not too bad if you don't over heat it! Whole wheat toast, it'll do the job OK. I eat cold, sliced, salted tomatoes as a good snack with a western on the tube. Gotta Love It!!!!!!
I ate bacon for breakfast every single morning for many many years, used the grease in my biscuits and gravy, two eggs over easy and salted all that to my taste. Drank my tea super sweet and never had a problem with weight at all, but the old ticker just about gave out on me recently mostly due to cholesterol build up forming a blockage.
Now I am on a strict diet prescribed by a cardiologist. Its not so bad, and I do have more energy. I may even be able to cut out the meds soon if things keep going like they are.
I do miss that bacon though.
Imposter

Busy, KY

#91023 Jul 21, 2013
I have a great fear of not being able to get out and work around the shack, I'll do what it tales to keep being able to build things. I couldn't stand to be homebound or bed ridden. I think Wolf knows just what I'm talking about. A working man enjoys working more that almost anything else. Thank the good lord above I can still drive a nail. I hope I go out on my feet, with my work boots on and a skillsaw in my hand . If it wasn't Sunday I would be working on something now. Wolf gave me a good idea, I think I'll go see my friend in the retirement home and take in the evening service with him there. Good day people.
RElko

Pittsburgh, PA

#91024 Jul 21, 2013
By By Birdie.
pesticle

United States

#91026 Jul 21, 2013
Yall still talking about hour dead birds but viagra will fix that dont ya know.
Anne

United States

#91027 Jul 21, 2013
Just had a Cracker Barrel lunch with my cousin and her elderly aunt. Nice time. Aunt Mary is a delight to be around and still lives in the home her and her husband built many years ago. She chuckles when she explains her eldest brother was 26 years older than her. Being the baby of the family with siblings that much older she was treated like a princess! To top it all off, her husband treated her wonderfully also! She has lived a blessed life and she is thankful !
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#91028 Jul 21, 2013
Imposter wrote:
I have a great fear of not being able to get out and work around the shack, I'll do what it tales to keep being able to build things. I couldn't stand to be homebound or bed ridden. I think Wolf knows just what I'm talking about. A working man enjoys working more that almost anything else. Thank the good lord above I can still drive a nail. I hope I go out on my feet, with my work boots on and a skillsaw in my hand . If it wasn't Sunday I would be working on something now. Wolf gave me a good idea, I think I'll go see my friend in the retirement home and take in the evening service with him there. Good day people.
Yes, I know exactly what you are talking about. When I can't find enough to keep me active here, I just look around to see where I can help elsewhere. I don't know any of those people in the nursing facility yet, but I learned that some Sunday Services were being held there and I went and volunteered to help move some of the residents that wanted to attend to the dining facility where the services were being held. It is a treat to see those really old people still smiling and joining in on singing the old Gospel songs. I might have just found out why GOD gave me some bonus time. Enjoy your visit with your friend.

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#91030 Jul 21, 2013
What a day! Hope ya'll got some rain.
Mississippi Man

Olive Branch, MS

#91031 Jul 21, 2013
Imposter wrote:
<quoted text>I ate bacon for breakfast every single morning for many many years, used the grease in my biscuits and gravy, two eggs over easy and salted all that to my taste. Drank my tea super sweet and never had a problem with weight at all, but the old ticker just about gave out on me recently mostly due to cholesterol build up forming a blockage.
Now I am on a strict diet prescribed by a cardiologist. Its not so bad, and I do have more energy. I may even be able to cut out the meds soon if things keep going like they are.
I do miss that bacon though.
Yessir, I understand the blockage thing. After the second attack, the cardiologist stuck a stint up there and with Lipitor have lived good the last 14 years. Hammers!!!!!!-??? Like ya all, I've got a 15 x 30 foot wood shop in the back yard and sure do like piddle'n. But I use air hammers / tee nailers a lot because for me it's easier and faster. I've got some back problems so I'm currently making an adjustable height, swivel top table to put smaller projects on so I can sit and work/play!

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#91032 Jul 21, 2013
I'm still up and about, reading all your posts. I just blew my diet. I got an attack of the 'hungries' and ate two bowls of cereal....that is not what I need. Oh well, tomorrow is another day. Hubby has gone camping with the little guy, so I have to stay on the farm to keep the homefires burning and take care of the critters. It's just too quiet here with both of them gone, but I am catching up on chores I don't have time for when they are underfoot. Hope everyone has had a good day. I keep you all in my prayers. Lala

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