just found my password in one of the moving boxes. Unfortunately I couldn't remember it. I had a stroke of bad luck recently. But all is better now. Thanks for thinking of me guys.
I won't be much in the spirit of talking fishing however. I'm a bit depressed as my right arm will be out of commission for some time. I have a lot of hard work ahead of me in the upcoming months. Hopefully I'll be back in full swing by summer. I sure hope so. Left hand typing is no fun at all.
Beachbums......I did read your article on transplants. It was informative. One never knows how things have a way of creeping up on ya. My advice is the same as yours. Keep a check on blood pressure. Your life could depend on it.
I'm popping in here and there. Sorry for the late response. Been thinking about fishing though. I just unpacked the "rods." Even came across some old mullet while cleaning out the old freezer. Unfortunately I couldn't bring the freezer to the new apt. They only allow up to size 18 cubic ft...........so I had to get rid of the 23 cubic ft one. Now all I have to do is figure out where I put the case with the reels.
Oh Topsailbum.....about the arm??? Let's just say I took one risk too many.
I am loving it here. Well, not the traffic though. Had an accident on Princess Anne. There I was just sitting there minding my own business......when "Bam"........got hit from the back. Well, not really bam, more like thump, "do you need a push lady?" Guess the guy behind me didn't have patience with me when I was coming out of the parking lot trying to get out in traffic. Can't figure it though. What was his problem?? After all, I had only been trying for 10 minutes. Guess I'm not in Kansas....oops I meant Portsmouth....anymore. 25 mph is definitely a thing of the past.
Sure hope I don't turn into one of those dredded impatient anglers. With all the driving "peer pressure" around me, some of that impatience is bound to rub off on me.
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