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I am very happy to hear your batteries are feeling a little more recharged after some spiritual devotion and family time.

 

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9 hours ago, RhiaWolfe said:

Tank, I think it's great that you're reconnecting to your religion in a way you haven't in a while. I think it's awesome that your soul is taking comfort in that and you are doing much better. I hope you continue to feel better and get back your spoons. I agree that it's never too late to decide to do the right thing. 

Thank you very much.

5 hours ago, Elastigirl said:

@Princess_Monoke  had pictures on her Instagram of  her kids catching snowflakes on their tongues- it really made me do a doubletake

Sra. Tanque will probably post something similar soon.

2 hours ago, Rurik Harrgath said:

I am very happy to hear your batteries are feeling a little more recharged after some spiritual devotion and family time.

 

Where is the outrage over updating Holy Paladin animations?? - Page 2

That gif is so spot on. Believe it or not I often visualize something similar to that while praying for strength, though the special effects are different in terms of how the light hits me.

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1 hour ago, Xena said:

I know this was a while back, but I liked your thoughts on churches trying to provide affordable daycare if they are able. It would make such a big difference to so many.

 

Sorry thing have been rough over the past few days, but impressed by your responses.

I agree about the day care, and thank you.

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SNOW! Yay!

 

Faith realization Yay!

 

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Today is a good day. We have been short handed at work, and then co-workers are out sick, one with Covid, one with Not-Covid. The manager and I are the only day chaplains still on our feet. At full strength our team is the chaplain manager and four chaplains in the days and evenings, plus two people who work overnight. The schedules are ridiculously complicated but being short handed really puts a strain on us. I got word today that by mid February we should be fully staffed. Before work I did KBs, same as I have been doing for a while. The workout was marginally easier. Dinner was amazing.

 

Marissa, here is the food:

 

The night before I cubed four russet potatoes and chopped a pound of carrots (in this recipe there is no need to peel them if they are properly washed) and put them in a crock pot. Over that I put boneless skinless chicken thighs (about 8 thighs or 3 pounds) and seasoned them with salt and pepper. In a bowl I mixed a 24 oz can of cream of chicken soup with a cup and a half of half-and-half, a packet of ranch dressing mix, and a generous dose of paprika. I poured that over the chicken and veggies and let it set overnight. This morning before leaving for work I  put it in for 9 hours on low. It was AMAZING. Little bit devoured hers. Sra. Tanque asked that it be included in the regular meal rotation. When I dished up leftovers there was just enough liquid to fit in a coffee mug. I drank that straight from the mug and it was still amazing. It's cold* down here today so this was a perfect meal.

 

 

*For us Texans anyway.

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2 minutes ago, Tanktimus the Encourager said:

Today is a good day. We have been short handed at work, and then co-workers are out sick, one with Covid, one with Not-Covid. The manager and I are the only day chaplains still on our feet. At full strength our team is the chaplain manager and four chaplains in the days and evenings, plus two people who work overnight. The schedules are ridiculously complicated but being short handed really puts a strain on us. I got word today that by mid February we should be fully staffed. Before work I did KBs, same as I have been doing for a while. The workout was marginally easier. Dinner was amazing.

Sorry I'm not popping in regularly at the moment. Thinking of you through the work struggle.

Seems like Little Bit is enjoying creche?

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*hugs and strength, my friend* 

 

Also major ass kudos for doing the things and keeping up with not only your family but your personal goals. 
 

All the high fives. 

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Man, that being short staffed thing sucks. I hope you're able to get more staff quickly to ease some of the burden on you. 

 

9 hours ago, Tanktimus the Encourager said:

 

The night before I cubed four russet potatoes and chopped a pound of carrots (in this recipe there is no need to peel them if they are properly washed) and put them in a crock pot. Over that I put boneless skinless chicken thighs (about 8 thighs or 3 pounds) and seasoned them with salt and pepper. In a bowl I mixed a 24 oz can of cream of chicken soup with a cup and a half of half-and-half, a packet of ranch dressing mix, and a generous dose of paprika. I poured that over the chicken and veggies and let it set overnight. This morning before leaving for work I  put it in for 9 hours on low. It was AMAZING. Little bit devoured hers. Sra. Tanque asked that it be included in the regular meal rotation. When I dished up leftovers there was just enough liquid to fit in a coffee mug. I drank that straight from the mug and it was still amazing. It's cold* down here today so this was a perfect meal.

 

 

*For us Texans anyway.

 

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9 hours ago, MrsVan said:

Sorry I'm not popping in regularly at the moment. Thinking of you through the work struggle.

Seems like Little Bit is enjoying creche?

She is enjoying it. They have good toys.

3 hours ago, darkfoxx said:

*hugs and strength, my friend* 

 

Also major ass kudos for doing the things and keeping up with not only your family but your personal goals. 
 

All the high fives. 

Thank you. I read that as major ass-kudos and was confused for 2.68 seconds. I know I'm isolating my glutes on KB swings but...

9 minutes ago, RhiaWolfe said:

Man, that being short staffed thing sucks. I hope you're able to get more staff quickly to ease some of the burden on you. 

 

 

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That gif is the appopriate reaction to dinner.

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10 hours ago, Tanktimus the Encourager said:

Today is a good day. We have been short handed at work, and then co-workers are out sick, one with Covid, one with Not-Covid. The manager and I are the only day chaplains still on our feet. At full strength our team is the chaplain manager and four chaplains in the days and evenings, plus two people who work overnight. The schedules are ridiculously complicated but being short handed really puts a strain on us. 

 

I can only imagine.... losing half your team and having to make up the difference is the sort of thing that becomes exhausting very quickly.  Do you have any idea when this will end, or are you stuck in the dreaded wait-and-see holding pattern that makes it worse?

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20 hours ago, Tanktimus the Encourager said:

Thank you very much.

Sra. Tanque will probably post something similar soon.

That gif is so spot on. Believe it or not I often visualize something similar to that while praying for strength, though the special effects are different in terms of how the light hits me.

 

Then you need the whole clip because you are surely a more wisened and grizzly Paladin than Anduin is.  ;) 

 

 

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7 hours ago, Tanktimus the Encourager said:

Thank you. I read that as major ass-kudos and was confused for 2.68 seconds. I know I'm isolating my glutes on KB swings but...

my co-worker is now looking at me strangely, wondering what I'm laughing at

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3 minutes ago, RES said:

my co-worker is now looking at me strangely, wondering what I'm laughing at

 

My list of Reasons I Like Working From Home, now has a new entry 😛  

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7 hours ago, Scaly Freak said:

 

I can only imagine.... losing half your team and having to make up the difference is the sort of thing that becomes exhausting very quickly.  Do you have any idea when this will end, or are you stuck in the dreaded wait-and-see holding pattern that makes it worse?

Well, the new guy comes to bring us up to full strength in mid February. For the rest, it depends on when the others get healthy. We got word another chaplain at a sister hospital (who takes shifts over here) is also sick. My boss told me to stay well, and I said I was gonna wait till I was the only healthy chaplain and ask for a raise.

4 hours ago, Rurik Harrgath said:

 

Then you need the whole clip because you are surely a more wisened and grizzly Paladin than Anduin is.  ;) 

 

 

Thank you for that, it was amazing.

24 minutes ago, RES said:

my co-worker is now looking at me strangely, wondering what I'm laughing at

Tell her the wit of a man in Texas you've never met.

20 minutes ago, Scaly Freak said:

 

My list of Reasons I Like Working From Home, now has a new entry 😛  

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23 hours ago, Tanktimus the Encourager said:
On 1/11/2021 at 9:56 PM, Rurik Harrgath said:

 

That gif is so spot on. Believe it or not I often visualize something similar to that while praying for strength, though the special effects are different in terms of how the light hits me.

That is all sorts of awesome. 
Your report about Sunday is inspiring, thank you for sharing. 
 

I am now unsure about wether I should hope for a speedy recovery for your colleagues or have them hold out a little longer while you get your raise ;) 

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2 hours ago, Tanktimus the Encourager said:

Tell her the wit of a man in Texas you've never met.

He didn't ask...I generally just let them wonder ;) 

And we need to fix that at some point

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4 hours ago, KB Girl said:

That is all sorts of awesome. 
Your report about Sunday is inspiring, thank you for sharing. 
 

I am now unsure about wether I should hope for a speedy recovery for your colleagues or have them hold out a little longer while you get your raise ;) 

Hope for the recovery, the raise isn't happening. It would have to be approved by corporate in Nashville, and they don't care.

2 hours ago, RES said:

He didn't ask...I generally just let them wonder ;) 

And we need to fix that at some point

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Today is a good day. I did some stretches in the morning before work, and also cooked. I boiled some veggie rotini. While that was going I cut some grape tomatoes in half and sauteed them in a skillet, pouring some white wine vinegar on them to deglaze the fond. I then added some chopped rotisserie chicken and plenty of pesto sauce. When the rotini was done I drained them and added that into the mix. I served it with some green beans. I got home in time to see Little Bit for a while before her bed time. I'm ready for my days off tomorrow and Thursday.

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9 hours ago, Elastigirl said:

Enjoy your days off!

Thank you.

 

I have to get blood drawn for labs, which means fasting till then (9am). I have been up for an hour and ten minutes with NO COFFEE and no food.

 

I do not approve.

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2 hours ago, Tanktimus the Encourager said:

I have to get blood drawn for labs, which means fasting till then (9am). I have been up for an hour and ten minutes with NO COFFEE and no food.

 

Last time I had to have fasting labs, they said I could have coffee as long as it was straight black, with no sugars or milk added. Highly recommend asking for specifics on this next time you need to have fasting labs done. 

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On 1/11/2021 at 9:56 PM, Tanktimus the Encourager said:

Marissa, here is the food:

 

The night before I cubed four russet potatoes and chopped a pound of carrots (in this recipe there is no need to peel them if they are properly washed) and put them in a crock pot. Over that I put boneless skinless chicken thighs (about 8 thighs or 3 pounds) and seasoned them with salt and pepper. In a bowl I mixed a 24 oz can of cream of chicken soup with a cup and a half of half-and-half, a packet of ranch dressing mix, and a generous dose of paprika. I poured that over the chicken and veggies and let it set overnight. This morning before leaving for work I  put it in for 9 hours on low. It was AMAZING. Little bit devoured hers. Sra. Tanque asked that it be included in the regular meal rotation. When I dished up leftovers there was just enough liquid to fit in a coffee mug. I drank that straight from the mug and it was still amazing. It's cold* down here today so this was a perfect meal.

This is not something that appeals to my personal tastes, but it does sounds like something Mr J would like.

 

22 hours ago, Tanktimus the Encourager said:

Today is a good day. I did some stretches in the morning before work, and also cooked. I boiled some veggie rotini. While that was going I cut some grape tomatoes in half and sauteed them in a skillet, pouring some white wine vinegar on them to deglaze the fond. I then added some chopped rotisserie chicken and plenty of pesto sauce. When the rotini was done I drained them and added that into the mix. I served it with some green beans. I got home in time to see Little Bit for a while before her bed time. I'm ready for my days off tomorrow and Thursday.

Ahhhh there we go :) 

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11 hours ago, Scaly Freak said:

 

Last time I had to have fasting labs, they said I could have coffee as long as it was straight black, with no sugars or milk added. Highly recommend asking for specifics on this next time you need to have fasting labs done. 

Now that you mention it I have been told the same thing, but had forgotten. I think it's better I waited though, as ever since I started blood pressure meds I've been a more difficult stick. Today the vials filled slower than I'm used to, and coffee seems to make blood draws harder.

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The fond is the bits that get stuck on the bottom of the skillet and horde loads of flavor. Deglazing the fond is fancy-talk for pouring in a liquid to get the bits off the bottom of the skillet.

1 hour ago, miss_marissa said:

This is not something that appeals to my personal tastes, but it does sounds like something Mr J would like.

 

Ahhhh there we go :) 

Always glad to be of service.

 

Today is a good day. I had my blood draws and then drank some coffee and had some breakfast. After that I ran some errands that kept me busy till about noon. I had a quick lunch at home then rested for a while and was on the forums. Because I'm off work I got Little bit from day care at 2 so Sra. Tanque wouldn't have to get her after work. We enjoyed ourselves waiting for Sra. Tanque, though I got super sleepy and dozed a bit while Little bit played and watched TV. I was wishing I had been that sleepy before I got her when I could have napped in peace. For dinner I cooked some chicken thighs in sesame oil with garlic powder and ginger powder, then added in some red bell peppers I thin sliced along with broccoli, carrots and snap peas. I then added in teriyaki sauce and let it all warm up. The sauce was a bit thin so i added some flour to thicken it. I served it over brown rice.

 

I didn't do much fitnessing, before writing this post I did the Bare Minimum™ forward fold and squat which felt good. It's way better than nothing. 

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I'm also a difficult stick. I have blood pressure issues too. I'm so happy when I do labs and they stick me on the first try! I don't care for being a human pin cushion. 

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22 minutes ago, RhiaWolfe said:

I'm also a difficult stick. I have blood pressure issues too. I'm so happy when I do labs and they stick me on the first try! I don't care for being a human pin cushion. 

This time I told them to start with my hand. I have some really nice veins on the back of my hand. My inner elbow has become difficult. They got my hand on the first try this time.

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