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post #61 of 1460 (permalink) Old 07-06-2006, 09:18 PM Thread Starter
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I don't think I want to know what it is in Brian's world.

But I'm off to pick up a birthday card for my brother, and then we're going out to dinner to celebrate his birthday. See everyone later.

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Dinner was alright tonight. I had teriyaki chicken that was really good, this side dish of mashed potatoes that had bits of bacon and I think potato skins in it as well, and a side of cinnamon apples. I'm filled up pretty good right now.

My brother-in-law was in one of his moods again tonight, at one point my sister-in-law and I just looked across the table at each other like, "Here we go again..." I've never seen someone as old as he is throw hissy-fits over the most mundane things before. I think my sister needed to be there to keep him in check, but she was doing Crim training tonight.

And then at the very end my mom was telling us that she had a CAT scan today and they found a spot about 5 mm big on her lung. They don't know yet whether it's just a cyst, or, you know... but she'll go for more tests later and find out whether they can just treat it with radiation or if they'll have to make a small incision to remove it since they found it while it's still small.

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mmmmmm Teriyaki. It's my best sub on the subway menu.

haha Extended family members really make life a lot more interesting. Some times you just don't know what to expect from them.

You're such a nice bro. It doesn't always pan out that way in my family, it's hard to get along with the generation of the late 80's my lil sis is just too annoying sometimes.

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It's amazing that I can be absolutely calm when I am raging mad inside. Little Lee just torn up his Maths. sheet.
Don't worry elementary mathematics can get a bit boring sometimes. It will only get better and more interesting once he finds him self tackling algebra problems. I am sure Euclidean geometry will keep him a lot more entertained and focused.

If he does go on to pursue higher mathematics it only gets more fun, you even get to come up with your own theorems and equations. Topology was a heck of a lot of fun though very very time consuming.

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mmmmmm Teriyaki. It's my best sub on the subway menu.

haha Extended family members really make life a lot more interesting. Some times you just don't know what to expect from them.

You're such a nice bro. It doesn't always pan out that way in my family, it's hard to get along with the generation of the late 80's my lil sis is just too annoying sometimes.
I like the BMT and turkey subs at Subway the best.

I think my brother-in-law has been going through a lot of things lately, which is why he is getting into these moods, but it's making it hard to be around him right now since you never know who you're going to get when you see him. But my sister-in-law, I love her! She's just the most fun person in the world!

Somehow all my siblings and I have found a way to get along really well as we've grown older. There's a 16 year difference between my oldest sister and I, 9 years between my second sister and I, and 5 years between my brother and I. We all grew up in different times, but that really doesn't matter for us. My second sister, Mandy, is #1 on my MySpace right now.

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Ah, it figures you're the baby in the family. You little spoiled one, no wonder you get along with the rest. I just have had enough of the she's the baby you've got to understand, she still needs to grow up. Uhmmm the clock has been ticking for quite some time, what she's going to start growing after turning 18 and on the verge of beginning her college years. Sure.

Being the middle child is just about the worst thing in life. It's like there's no in between the old one's are too old and wise and know better and the little one's dont know any better so who's to blame, well there's only one in between.

Anywho I am glad to hear you get along so well with your siblings.

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Hey Randy, I hope everything goes well with your mom's treatment.
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And then at the very end my mom was telling us that she had a CAT scan today and they found a spot about 5 mm big on her lung. They don't know yet whether it's just a cyst, or, you know... but she'll go for more tests later and find out whether they can just treat it with radiation or if they'll have to make a small incision to remove it since they found it while it's still small.
Hope it's nothing serious.
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Thanks Lee and Brian It shouldn't be anything too serious, but it throws you off for awhile. At first I didn't hear her say it was her lung, and it made me really uneasy because my grandma had breast cancer and I remember how bad of shape she was in while she was getting treated for it. But whatever it is it's been found early enough that something can be done now before it gets any worse.

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Ah, it figures you're the baby in the family. You little spoiled one, no wonder you get along with the rest. I just have had enough of the she's the baby you've got to understand, she still needs to grow up. Uhmmm the clock has been ticking for quite some time, what she's going to start growing after turning 18 and on the verge of beginning her college years. Sure.

Being the middle child is just about the worst thing in life. It's like there's no in between the old one's are too old and wise and know better and the little one's dont know any better so who's to blame, well there's only one in between.

Anywho I am glad to hear you get along so well with your siblings.
I think it has been the opposite for me, because my brother and sisters are so much older than me, I always wanted to grow up a lot quicker so that I could do the same things they were already doing. Out of 4 kids, it gets kind of lonely after awhile when the other 3 are all able to do their own thing while I would still be like, "Umm...I'm still in high school and I have classes tomorrow... so I can't go with you guys." Or when my sister got married in Key West I got left behind in a lot of things there because I wasn't old enough to get into some of the places. I've always wanted to be older than I am, never younger.

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I think it has been the opposite for me, because my brother and sisters are so much older than me, I always wanted to grow up a lot quicker so that I could do the same things they were already doing. Out of 4 kids, it gets kind of lonely after awhile when the other 3 are all able to do their own thing while I would still be like, "Umm...I'm still in high school and I have classes tomorrow... so I can't go with you guys." Or when my sister got married in Key West I got left behind in a lot of things there because I wasn't old enough to get into some of the places. I've always wanted to be older than I am, never younger.
I completely understand I've always had older friends, my very good friends in college were mostly graduate students. In fact I was the youngest in my volleyball team, the rest of the crew avg 25 yrs of age I was around 19 when I joined the team.

I think that's very mature from your part, nice to hear that can happen. I believe for my little sister it's been kind of the opposite, for the one part she always wanted to be old enough to watch the rated R movies when she wasn't quite 17, then she always wanted to wear make up and all the other giddy things young women do.

Then on the other hand my mother has been overly nurturing and over protective of her, this has certainly been a hinderance in her development certainly in the social scheme of things. She'l find out as a college student that she's got plenty to learn and maybe not enough time to catch up with the rest of her to be peers.

I am sure your mother will be fine.

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I think it has been the opposite for me, because my brother and sisters are so much older than me, I always wanted to grow up a lot quicker so that I could do the same things they were already doing. Out of 4 kids, it gets kind of lonely after awhile when the other 3 are all able to do their own thing while I would still be like, "Umm...I'm still in high school and I have classes tomorrow... so I can't go with you guys." Or when my sister got married in Key West I got left behind in a lot of things there because I wasn't old enough to get into some of the places. I've always wanted to be older than I am, never younger.
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Then on the other hand my mother has been overly nurturing and over protective of her, this has certainly been a hinderance in her development certainly in the social scheme of things. She'l find out as a college student that she's got plenty to learn and maybe not enough time to catch up with the rest of her to be peers.

I am sure your mother will be fine.
My mom has never really been over protective of me, or any of us for that matter. She knows there comes a time when we have to grow up and be indepedent. Although I'm still not sure why she wanted me to stay home for college when I really wanted to go away. Afraid of Empty Nest Syndrome perhaps?

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Ah, but the plan is that once I turn 21 next year I'm not getting any older.

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Ah, but the plan is that once I turn 21 next year I'm not getting any older.
Hahaha I still think I am 21, if I am caught off guard and someone asks me my age I am very likely to say 21. For a while I was only 18, go figure. Once you hit 20 time just keeps flying by. Trust me hold on to those 21 tightly cause they sure aren't bound to last for long.

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