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Just when life seems crazy…It gets crazier


So my rash cleared up thanks to a shot and 14 days of antibiotic.  Within a few days it was back and stronger yet.
Luckily I had a scheduled follow up visit with the doctor any ways so I dragged my body in there yesterday.
Trust me, I would have rather have stayed in bed.  Every joint in my body aches.  The change in weather has not helped.

Our visit was quite interesting as she sat and listened and saw the rash again, noticed that I still had difficulty breathing.
We discussed the blood test that had been drawn for my pre allergy test.  I found it odd that it suddenly showed that I was
now allergic to beef, pork and milk…on a severe level.  As she put it guess what they are fed…corn…so she felt that it was
not odd at all.

I am now in the process of being tested for a problem called Alpha Gal.
According to http://alpha-gal.org/  :

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Lone Star Tick

Galactose-alpha-1,3-galactose, or Alpha-Gal for short, is a delayed allergy to mammal meat affecting a growing number of the population. This allergy is initially caused by a tick bite. Since the reaction to eating mammal meat is delayed by several hours, the proper diagnosis is often missed or misdiagnosed. People who are afflicted with the Alpha-Gal allergy have to be constantly vigilant about the ingredients they consume, because an allergic reaction can be severe and life-threatening.
By getting the attention of the food service industry, particularly in schools, colleges and universities, and restaurants, sufferers will get relief.  Adding beef broth to soup and calling it vegetable soup or adding bacon drippings to gravy can be life-threatening to people with the Alpha-Gal allergy. By including Alpha-Gal allergy information on menus or even more specifically, having ingredient lists available upon request, the constant worry will be eliminated from eating out.

Empower.

AGAA will strive to empower those with this allergy. Living with the Alpha-Gal allergy can be quite stressful, because many activities are planned around food, and it is often almost impossible to know the ingredients in many dishes. This problem can render a simple meal into an anxiety-provoking situation for people with the allergy, because they are very aware of the possibility they could be unknowingly ingesting food that contains an undisclosed allergen. By getting attention for this allergy, it is AGAA’s hope that those affected will be better able to cope with this allergy, due to others’ increased awareness and subsequent conscientiousness regarding food preparation.

Mission Statement

Enlighten. Empower. Eradicate.

The mission of Alpha-Gal Allergy Awareness team is to promote health and ultimately, save the lives of those afflicted with the Alpha-Gal allergy through increased allergy awareness.

Awareness Disclaimer

The materials and information on this page, along with any articles or other links, are for informational and educational purposes, intended to promote awareness and are not, nor intended to constitute or replace, medical or other health science advice or treatment. Alpha-Gal Allergy wareness strives for the information on the page to be accurate, but much of the information is opinion of others, including information contained in articles, so AGAA disclaims any warranty of any kind, whether express or implied, as to any matter whatsoever relating to this site.  In no event shall AGAA be liable for any indirect, special, incidental, general or consequential damages arising out of any use of or reliance on any content of this website. This is strictly an awareness site and no connection to the medical field is present.

I am now on an antibiotic for the next fourteen days and I had to get another shot.  Now I have to go for a series of blood tests and see an allergist.

Perhaps after this I will begin to feel a little better and my body will begin to stop aching.  Guess I will never be able to enjoy red meat or pork or dairy again.

There goes my bacon cheeseburgers.  Needless to say I have a big pot of homemade chicken noodle soup cooking.  My biggest fear is what did they feed the chicken.


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The Big Day Arrived


Sunday was a really big day in our home.  My hubby had turned 60 on Saturday.

He had decided to be baptised.  We also became members of our local church.1452219_10152223045671395_3784083762256285537_n 10500575_10152223045776395_1105077418240876326_n 10441946_10152223045926395_6668474144332243260_n 10377082_10203067400379045_9040410826595887509_n 10458751_10203062499016514_8189643735771160991_n 10501974_10203061794718907_6800928585933687816_n

 

Thank you for traveling through our day…we had a huge picnic that was a wonderful success thanks to the wonderful women from Oakwood Freewill Baptist Church and all of their help.   There was so much food that every table was full.  Special thanks to Pastor James for the Baptisim and making such a difference in my hubby’s life.  Also a special shout out to hubby’s son Christopher Green who helped in the kitchen as well as being the grill master for the day.

Tammye Green.

 


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Writing 101, Day Eight: Cash and Carry Barn is a great find


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Go to a local café, park, or public place and report on what you see. Get detailed: leave no nuance behind.

To drive past The Cash and Carry Barn which is located at 951 Lafayette Rd, Clarksville, TN 37042 it looks like a monument store.  If you have kept driving you have missed out on a huge treat.  They are so much more. (931) 503-9921 is their number to call.

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Rather than skip the adverbs I had a better idea.  Show you.  Since they are open year round they have lots of pictures on their Facebook page.

Saturday Mornings there means fresh baked goods:

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Then there is the homemade salsa, pickles, relishes, various apple butters, pie fillings and fresh baked pies.

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Did I mention the fresh vegetables.  They are open year round.  They have a great green house.

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Yes they work hard at the monuments.  Behind the scenes there is so much more… Go and see it for yourself when you are in the area.  Tell them that Tammye and Emmanuel sent you.

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Spreading The Word To Please Vote


My neighbor is very supportive of his son.  I have had many posts on my blogs about the family previously if you search through my two years of blogging and you come across anything to do with MikeFest.  They are the founders of that program.

Their son is in a group that is called Eye Tooth.  This band plays not only locally but across the state of Tennessee.  They have been in a competition recently and have required people to vote for them.

Right now their standings are looking rather good.

I have watched this young man grow up and be a part of not only this band but also this community.  He is a good role model for our youth and should be supported.

Please take the time to vote for Eye Tooth.

http://www.dungeonpromotions.com/mcma

Thank you for your support in this matter

Tammye Honey


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Life in Green Acres


Since June our lives have been in a small tornado of whirls here and there.  Mostly we have been to various doctors offices to spend our days with appointments.

It took from June till December for hubby to get cleared for a double hernia operation and a blockage in the private area.  Would have been November but he took ibuprofen not knowing that it is the same as aspirin.  So December it was, just a few days prior to Christmas.

He sat on ice packs and followed the doctor’s orders and was semi mending fine.  On to next doctor.

In January he had part of the inside of his mouth removed by the lower lip and chin area.  A few stitches that he called a caterpillar on the top of his lip and we were told that we were doing good.   It had been pre-cancer cells and that it was good that he had come in to have it done.

The day that we went to have his stitches removed it felt like the world had just been swirled around in a circle for us.

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It was the first time I have ever seen tears come to my husbands eyes in a doctor’s office as they called me into the exam room.

The doctor told us that the results showed sun or radiation damage and that he was looking at stage 3 cancer.

Now the appointments are being made to travel on a regular basis to Nashville TN where we will be seeing specialists at Vanderbilt Hospital.

I have the crying down to just in my sleep now so life is better.

Where we go from here is totally in Gods hands and lots of prayers.  The doctors there are some of the best in the nation.

Trying to blog or do anything right now is an effort.  I know that I must push on and be strong.

I am grateful for wonderful and comforting friends who are supportive through this and we both have wonderful family who are with us through all of it.

With time and prayer we will concur this and life will get better.  I have the faith.

Lessons learned…

Love your spouse each day and appreciate that they are here.

Do not take any form of aspirin or ibuprofen if you are due to have surgery for a month prior.

Smile and enjoy what life gives you.

Till our next appointment,

Tammye Honey


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Daily Prompt: Giving Thanks For What I Have


Daily Prompt: Keeping up with the Jones’

Tell us about the one luxury item you wish you could afford, in as much detail as you can.
Paint a picture for us.

Photographers, artists, poets: show us COVET.

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I am really happy with what we have.
I can not think of anything that I would covet that someone else has.
We are semi healthy for our age.
We have two healthy dogs and a cat.
We are happily married now for almost 5 years.

We own our home (Have a mortgage but who doesn’t these days?)
We live in the country but are not far from the city.
We live in a wonderful neighborhood

We have a lot of comfort features in life.
(Dishwasher, Microwave, Washer, Dryer, Big Screen TV, Internet, Computers, WiFi, etc)
We work our businesses from our home and in our jammies most of the time.
We are blessed with healthy children and many grandchildren.
We have several wonderful kind friends.
We have heat, running water and food in fridge and freezer as well as the pantry.
We have clothes in our closet.

What would we want that we could add to that?  More Money?
Perhaps that would be nice.  Then we could pay off our Mortgage early.
The payments are made each month so we are happy.

I ask my readers, what would you want that you do not have?

Enlighten me please with a comment…

Be careful what you wish for…

Here are what some other Daily Prompt Writers had to say about the subject today…

  1. ermahgerhd | Afford a Vacation
  2. Covet Thy Love | The Magic Black Book
  3. Covet | Insanitree
  4. Daily Prompt: NOT Keeping up with the Jones’ but the birds & fishes | littlegirlstory
  5. Tall Summer Dreams | Blue Loft
  6. Fairy Dust | alienorajt
  7. Thy Shall Not Covert | Dear Yolandi
  8. Covet Artistically | Abstract Organized Chaos
  9. A Horse, Of Course | A Sign Of Life
  10. To be loved-Biggest luxury | મન ની વાત
  11. I have what I need, and that’s fine by me really. Want is too expensive anyway… | thoughtsofrkh
  12. Daily Prompt: Keeping up with the Jones’ | Under the Monkey Tree
 Have a safe and blessed day…it is Black Friday so it is a jungle out there…

Namaste,
Tammye Honey


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Daily Prompt: All About A Name


Daily Prompt: Say Your Name

Write about your first name: Are you named after someone or something? Are there any stories or associations attached to it? If you had the choice, would you rename yourself?

Photographers, show us  YOU. 

 

The name Tammye is of English origin.The meaning of Tammye is “palm tree”.  

Tammye, is generally used as a girl’s name. It consists of 6 letters and 2 syllables and is pronouncedTa-mmye.

In 2012, it was not one of the top 1000 most popular U.S. girls names.

View the  Tammye Popularity Page to see how the popularity trend for Tammye has changed since 1880, or to compare the popularity of Tammye to other names.

Tammye has no nicknames.

Tammye falls into the tree name category. http://www.ourbabynamer.com/meaning-of-Tammye.html

English names generally consist of a given name, middle name and family name. Many English speaking countries have fairly flexible naming laws. This allows the multicultural families that live in these countries to merge the naming conventions of their faiths or previous nationalities with their current homeland.Biblical names are still very prevelant. Nature, literature, mythology, celebrity, surnames, variants of traditional names and newly invented names are all sources of English given names.

The evolution of English names in the U.K. can be traced to the various conquests and ruling power changes of its early history. The evolution of English names in America has been more influenced by the various influxes of immigrants from different parts of the world during different times in its history. http://www.ourbabynamer.com

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The name Emmanuel is of Hebrew origin.The meaning of Emmanuel is “G-d is with us”.  

Emmanuel, is generally used as a boy’s name. It consists of 8 letters and 4 syllables and is pronounced E-ma-nu-el.

In 2012, it  ranked 165 out of the top 1000 most popular U.S. boys names.

View the  Emmanuel Popularity Page to see how the popularity trend for Emmanuel has changed since 1880, or to compare the popularity of Emmanuel to other names.

The names EmanueleEmmanouilEmmanueleEmmanuelleImanolImanuelaImmanuelMannie,ManoelManuel are all forms of Emmanuel.

Emmanuel has the diminutive (nickname) Manny.

Some famous bearers of this name include: Emmanuel Lewishttp://www.ourbabynamer.com/meaning-of-Emmanuel.html

 

At my age it is a little too late to be thinking about changing my name now.  I am established and have an identification so there is no need to even think that way now.

During my years in school I would have rather have been called dog or cat.  I was called anything but my name due to the odd spelling.  People thought it must be pronounced differently so they would go out of their way to call me something else.  I was called Sam by the family in my earlier years due to a cousin who had the name Tommy.  When we were together we never knew which of us was being called so I became Sam.

In older years, some how,  I picked up the nickname Tabitha or Tabby (thanks to Bewitched).  It was easier for people.  In high school there had been several years where there were a slew of Tammy’s in our class and all of our parents had been creative in the spellings of our names.  The teachers went by what street we lived on to reference us when calling on us.  I was Tammye from the country.  Everyone else lived in the local village so they were the street names.

Perhaps that is why I am so unique today.

My husband’s family all call him Shane or Shaney.  His nickname was from the movie Shane.  They think it is funny that he actually goes by Emmanuel or Eman here.

It is all in how you accept your name and learn to live with it.  It was easier for me to write eymmaT  growing up and some people called me Eya.  Just don’t call me late for dinner please.

Now that I live in Tennessee I am either known by Tammye Honey or by Miss Tammye.  That is the proper reference to an older woman in the South to add the Miss before the name.

I grew up hearing people sing to me the same song all the time.


What is special about your name?
If you could change your name, what would you change it to?

Would love to hear all about it so leave me a comment.

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  1. They call me The Nameless One | The Nameless One
  2. Daily prompt name | myguiltypleasures
  3. Bob Dylan or just Dylan? | Eyes Through The Glass – A Blog About Asperger’s
  4. daily prompt name, thea maria viveka | myguiltypleasures
  5. “Nanuschka” is not my real name | Nanuschka’s Blog
  6. !My name is Nadine | بيسان
  7. A Handsome Name | The Jittery Goat
  8. What’s in a name? | Right Down My Alley
  9. 706: Daily Prompt: Say your Name : “What’s in a Name?” | SEVEN Hundred 50
  10. Daily Prompt: Say Your Name | An Unlikely Gypsy…
  11. Daily Prompt: Say My Name, Say My Name | The Road to Published
  12. A man without a last name | Phelio a Random Post a Day
  13. My name is… | Sue’s Trifles
  14. My 1st Actually Response To The Daily Prompt | The Girl Who Can’t Write Good Names
  15. What’s In A Name? My name. | Things To Rave About
  16. Say my name, but in secret… (Daily Prompt) | The Rider
  17. What’s In A Name? | Tony’s Texts
  18. My Name is Nabila, Please Don’t Use It as Your Daughter’s Name | das Nicht-zuhause-sein
  19. More to the name… | Hope* the happy hugger
  20. Whits in a name? | Sanjuro Tokage’s Blog
  21. Het Zelf | Jeroen Mank
  22. Creatively Deprived Part Two | Self-Help for Creatively Deprived
  23. A girl with four names | Completely Disappear
  24. Matthew | Matthew Vett’s Development Blog
  25. What’s In a Name? | I Am An After School Special
  26. Identity crisis?! | Daily Prompt: Say your name | Ireland, Multiple Sclerosis and Me
  27. Hi, I’m Amber. No, I’m Not a Stripper | Quill Takes Flight

I am off to take a road trip so have a great day…

Tammye Honey


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Daily Prompt: Journey Into The Past


Daily Prompt: Journey

Tell us about a journey — whether a physical trip you took, or an emotional one.

Photographers, show us JOURNEY.

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Last night with our house guest was an emotional journey for my hubby.  In his mind, he was able to go back in time to a period when he was so familiar with having biked with two friends across South Korea.

So Ho Woo and my hubby sat out by the fire talking about various places in South Korea that my hubby had been.  They even discussed a time when my hubby and his buddy’s had came across a funeral procession that they suddenly found themselves a part of.

As the evening progressed, one could hear the sound of laughter from both as they each shared stories.  With my hubby and his P.T.S.D., this was a good memory and one well worth discovering all over again.

The discussion of the process of how kimchi is made to the wall that is in South Korea, the topics were broad yet narrow.

God works in mysterious ways as my hubby was able to share with this stranger, things that he knew I might never totally understand.  This stranger was able to convey some of the fears that he faced while being on the road alone to travel his journey to Los Angeles.  Perhaps the most significance came in two strangers meeting on a road and becoming instant friends.  Perhaps a friendship that will last till death.

Of all of the cars that had past this lad on his journey.  To be stopped by an individual and asked in Korean if he was hungry.  That was the beginning of a journey.  One that we will remember for a very long time.

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Perhaps the next time you pass a bicyclist on the shoulder of the road, a kind word or offer of food or water might make all the difference to them.

So Ho Woo had an unexplainable bad experience in the Knoxville, TN area to then go to Nashville, TN and spend an entire evening alone.
We are glad that we were able to show him that Tennessee can be friendly and warm.
That kindness does exist out there in the world.
Perhaps others might think twice about laying on the horn and blaring the sound then saluting him with a middle finger as they pass him.

Shame on those motorists who missed out on the chance to take an incredible journey with a young man on a quest.

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  16. First Manic Journey: London Calling | The Magic Black Book
  17. Coming Into Grace | Katherine’s Daughter
  18. Health Journey Reboot: week 1, Burlesque and My Snatch | Not a Diet Story
  19. Japantag 2013 | MyBlog – solaner
  20. Walking the Suffolk Coast 1 (i) | The Essex Coast
  21. Journey | Sue’s Trifles
  22. Walking on my path… | Hope* the happy hugger
  23. You can do much more than what you think. | Phelio a Random Post a Day
  24. The Right Apparel For An Emotional Journey | The Jittery Goat
  25. You never know how strong you are…| Daily Prompt: Journey | Ireland, Multiple Sclerosis and Me
  26. Title Needed | charlottesville winter
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  28. Nothing Like Georgia! | Eyes Through The Glass – A Blog About Asperger’s
  29. Daily Prompt: Journey | The Scarletredish Rack
  30. Life stories: a Journey | Michael Writes
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  32. Memo 2 | jjmjmm1
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  39. Just Another Beautiful Life! | Journey Called Life …
  40. Journey of Freedom… | Haiku By Ku
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Tammye Honey


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Road Trip A-Z Challenge Day 17


Post A-to-Z Road Trip [2013]

http://www.a-to-zchallenge.com/2013/05/want-to-join-us-for-ultimate-road-trip.html

This afternoon, while my husband was on his way to the local store, he passed a biker on the side of the road.  Many people during the course of the day, I am certain passed this same biker and thought nothing of it.  My hubby quickly ran his errands and then proceeded to find the biker on his way home.

What had caught the attention of my hubby was the small flags that were flying on on back of the bicycle.  He invited him to join us in our home for the evening.

His name is SuHo Woo.  He is riding from Washington D. C. to Los Angeles California on his bicycle to signify the need for peace in South Korea.

He is soon to be 30 yrs. of age.  He is fascinating to sit down and converse with.  Only certain sections of the country have given him a cold shoulder and have not shown a welcome hospitality to him.  Shame on them.  They are the ones who missed out.

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He is a true gentleman in all aspects of the word.  Very polite and respectful.  He had lunch with us of pulled pork, southern baked beans and southern potato salad from a local restaurant.  He was able to taste some real Southern style foods that come directly from our area.  Davie’s Hot House B- B -Q (1754 Woodlawn Rd, Clarksville, TN 37042) if you happen to come to the outskirts of Clarksville and are hungry some time.  They are only open on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Plan accordingly.

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This is going to be a long journey for this young man.  It is a way for him to clear his head and look bright into the future.  He has overcame back injury through exercise and the biking is something that he truly enjoys.

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He also has his camera so while I was snapping shots, I had to capture memories of today for him as well.  Tonight we are taking him to a local Korean Restaurant as a treat.  My hubby is just as excited as Su Ho Woo.  It is one of my hubby’s favorite places to go.  I will be taking pictures throughout the meal and will blog about it upon our return.

He is staying the night with us and will continue on his journey after I have fed him a hearty breakfast to give him plenty of energy for his ride.

Best of luck to Su Ho Woo and his journey as well as the cause that he rides for.

Till after Dinner,

Tammye Honey


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Daily Prompt: Seven Days Free


The Ghosts in Your Dashboard

by Cheri Lucas Rowlands on May 7, 2013

Your WordPress.com dashboard is the nerve center of your blog: it’s where your ideas come to life, and your creativity gives them shape. As writers, artists, and thinkers, we know inspiration can be sporadic and those moments of genius are fleeting — they come and go, which means that sometimes your literary flame burns out, and those bursts of creation are short-lived.

The result? An abandoned idea. The dreaded draft, sitting in limbo, staring back at you. And so, we’re curious: what’s lurking in the drafts section of your dashboard?

I honestly thought the answer was going to be nothing till I looked and here it was…

Daily Prompt: Seven Days

by michelle w. on March 7, 2013

You wake up tomorrow morning to find all your plans have been cancelled for the next seven days and $10,000 on your dresser. Tell us about your week.

 We own a Tupperware Store  so the reality of even getting a few days off is a pipe dream.  Finding money in a dresser drawer of that amount?  Seriously, we did not rob a bank last night.
This is not a reality to me and is very odd for a prompt.  Yet when I think about it, every day we have free.  Free to choose what we will do with our lives.  If we chose we could be closed for the day and just take off and do what we want on Post or take off for an appointment to Nashville, TN if we need to.  We are already free to do what we want.  Without the money.  That is what being self employed is all about.
Perhaps that is why I never wrote this prompt.  I was never certain how to really answer it clearly till now.