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  1. Emerald
    February 19th, 2011 09:31 PM
    Emerald
    Here ya go! I am a member there under the same name..
    http://www.preparedsociety.com/forum/
    Some days it is a hopping place and then it can be quiet for days.. lol But do read all the forums thru and you will find some of the best information going... Lucky for them I am a gardening freak! I have been able to add to the info instead of just taking it!
  2. rockpilefarmer
    February 11th, 2011 08:23 AM
    rockpilefarmer
    Como esta? We red necks are cool people.
  3. redneckplanter
    February 10th, 2011 09:31 PM
    redneckplanter
    ola!!!!!!!
  4. Autumn
    January 14th, 2011 12:26 PM
    Autumn
    Hi Marti, now I am in Kingman Arizona near two of my daughters, one in Flagstaff and one two blocks away with her husband, my granddaughter and 2 GGkids. Moved to AR when my house burned in NM in '03, Dec. Lived there 15 years, best 15 years of our lives. My Dear Husband died in '03 in March. We gardened, grew chickens, rabbits, had a horse for 21 years. My husband wasn't a green thumb but he was an incredible 'greens keeper' kept our place beautiful. I planted and did the growing. Yes, NWA can take some getting use to. My daughter moved there with family and lived there for about 8 years. Civil rights after living in California all of her life was different. It is a beautiful area. Can understand why is is overcrowded with retirees. Well, Jacki, yes we can be friends. Eureka Springs is a beautiful place. Have you ever eaten Red Squirrel Stew? my Mother said it was the best but I have never had the opportunity to try it. Lee
  5. Autumn
    January 13th, 2011 01:27 PM
    Autumn
    Hello Rockpile, I felt a gentle spirit draw me here. Are you a minister, a medical person in psychriatry? I see your an educator and read non-fiction as my late husband did. My Mother was born in the Rogers area in 1913. I have had several friends who were born in Arkansas and all were tremendously bright. Daughter worked in the WalMart head office in Rogers for a few years and received Employee of the Year for all of WalMart. Not bragging, just stating a fact. My husband's family was from Bentonville which I find interesting. We visited the courthouse there and learned they had donated some land around the square for the road. I would like to be your friend. Thank you. Lee
  6. redneckplanter
    September 2nd, 2010 09:04 AM
    redneckplanter
    morning....
  7. TastyofHasty
    August 2nd, 2010 01:02 PM
    TastyofHasty
    So, ... pray for us all? I don't know how I can do anything at this point with DH so adamant he go.
  8. MoJones
    August 1st, 2010 10:26 PM
    MoJones
    I work for TN. I want to keep working for the state but we are cutting jobs and it looks like we might get chopped..or at least trimmed. I would go for the masters if I were you. It makes you a lot more competitve and you get better salary options. The only thing that I am finding is that the masters may make you seem over qualified. My problem is that the jobs requiring masters are over my head. I would rather have something easier. I feel like I have educated myself above my intelligence!
    Also, make sure that the online program is ALA certified. Most employers won't take you without the accreditation of ALA!
  9. TastyofHasty
    July 31st, 2010 09:11 AM
    TastyofHasty
    rockpile, thanks for the religious message. DH and I have been looking after an old-ish man with dementia for 8 years. However, DH has gotten VERY angry and has now set him up to go to a nursing home in about a month. I wonder about that strong feeling I had for so long that God wanted me to look after him. And I am not at all sure that going into a nursing home is a good thing. He had earlier been in a nursing home, (long story) was given Seroquel which had him so weak he was falling over, I had to BEG the VA doc we took him to, to discontinue the Seroquel even though there is a "black box warning" NOT to give it to elderly persons with dementia. Nursing home nurse had told me, "we give it to everybody." nursing home has "house doc" that is the only doctor that sees the patients and came ONCE A MONTH ... and everybody under his "care" was getting Seroquel!?
  10. MoJones
    July 29th, 2010 10:57 AM
    MoJones
    I am an MLS. I work for the state. Go for the grad school! It's not hard and you can do it online. Have you taken the GRE?

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  • About rockpilefarmer
    USDA Zone
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    just some old teacher, and NOT a suck wad puppet
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    Northwest Arkansas
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    hunting, fishing, gardening, reading-nonfiction mostly
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    educator/librarian apprentice
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