Greetings to old friends and Cons ….
It's wonderful, wonderful, wonderful to read you Carl!
How long has it been? Glad you're not dead (-:
What's up with your life?
Good to hear from you again Carl
Mike, I'm living in Reno and it's great that you picked up Alex's torch.
Having a problem with sticky keys ….
Been pretty hot out in Reno recently...............but we all know that its "dry heat" and it cools off some at night.
Berky!!!! You were among the 1st I thought of when Mike talked about getting in touch with former posters.
Really great to hear from you :-)
DITTOS & KUDOS TO BERKY !!!
That "LIFE" thing gets pretty interesting sometimes... stay cool brother !!!
Really great to hear from you, Carl!
it's wonderful to see you back, Carl
Have a good one. GunterK
Glad to hear it!! Isn't it nice to be missed? Because you have definitely been missed on here. Come around a little more often.
Keep hanging in there. Improve yourself through better nutrition. Currently two plus years dealing with cancer. Definitely holding my own. Have a microgreen herb garden growing inside. Eat a sprout salad most days. Simple and inexpensive to grow 10 varieties. You get close to the nutrient value of the full vegetables or leaf from these tiny sprouts. Try it for a month, you will notice a big difference. Look into the Global Quest for the Truth about Cancer, this series goes way beyond cancer, for improving health. Keep your body alkaline with baking soda. Disease period doesn't like alkalinity. Good luck and welcome back.
Hi Carl! I'm still having all the fun
lacey, glad that you are holding your own. My biggest health improvement came about whem I went from 325 pounds to 190. Not 6'1" anymore, but 5'11 ain't bad.
... WOW Lacey... you absolutely right about alkalinity in the body and the baking soda which I partake in everydayb as well...
...Also I drink at least two 2 Gallons of "Mountain Valley" spring water a day...
Mountain Valley Spring Water comes out of the ground naturally high in ph at 8.02. The final ph after being bottled drops slightly to an average 7.80 because our bottling process exposes the water to ozone (three molecules of oxygen) for the sake of ensuring purity and the oxygen lowers the ph somewhat.