Amy Gardener wrote:I took a walk this morning by the river. Picked up the biggest boulder I could carry and walked it about 1/4 mile back to the car. Brought it home and wedged the marker in the garden for this difficult moment. I’m waiting for news about a person I cherish, hoping the worst is over. Enough said. Thanks for this thread L.
Eric Hanson wrote:I have had two physical maladies that struck me in the last 2 weeks. About 2 weeks ago I exacerbated an old back injury. I just got into my van an I heard/felt a “pop.” I needed to get a steroid shot to bring the swelling down. It feels better now but for about 3 days it was really painful.
Today was my 1st day back at school—students come tomorrow. Near the end of the day I hit my head—hard!! I have a mild concussion and a little goose egg on my head. I still have some things to get done but looking at a screen is a little difficult right now.
Stacy Witscher wrote:As many here know, I lost my grandson a few years ago to SIDS. Now, my oldest and youngest are both pregnant and while I am thrilled, I'm also terrified as are they. I find myself crying more and more. If we lose another baby, I doubt that many of us will survive it. So, somedays I'm okay, and some I'm not. All I can do is hope. I'm not religious and haven't found comfort in many of the things that religious people say to me although I know that most of them mean well.
Cam Lee wrote:I took another picture with both anchors in, but I don't want to submit another edge case if it absolutely must be a picture or mirror. I was just assuming since the post above mine was neither a picture or mirror, but got approved. Could someone weigh in on whether my sword mount counts for this BB?
pete davis wrote:sorry, no experience, only with charring pinus radiata stakes to put in ground to the compare how the charred and non charred versions last.
fyi great article here on why it is yakisugi not shou sugiban