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took a rectangular glass cooking pan sprayed with pam and rolled out a roll of crescent rolls for the bottom. then a lb of bacon (last one from the hog we bought last year) a lb of fresh sausage the wife and I made yesterday on the bottom. A layer of cheddar cheese and a dozen scrambled eggs about half cooked and topped with another roll of crescent. baked till it dough was nice and brown then topped it with some sausage gravy I made yesterday from the sausage. Doesn't get much better then that. Only thing missing is I usually put a layer of hash browns in it too but I didn't have any and didn't feel like chopping up potatoes at 5 inch morning. Going to be eating some eggs this month. My wife buys those 4 dozen egg boxes and bought one Friday and came home to find out theres still 3 dozen in the fridge. Well 2 doz now. Looks like im going to have to one of those 10lb boxes of store bacon. Bacons all gone and we still have plenty of other pork so it doesn't make sense to buy another pig. Someone needs to breed all bacon hogs. Even half bacon and the rest scraps for sausage making.

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That sounds very tasty!

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sounds good, but made my chest hurt thinking about it.

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On my diet the wife/nurse gave me a 1/2 cup of grits, a 2egg omelet with cheese and jalipenos inside. A 1/2 cup of blueberries. And a stern lecture about my former diet. The one I was on before my hospital visit. But Iíve lost 15# so I guess itís worth it.

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gonna need suspenders soon?

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gonna need suspenders soon?
Maybe, but I need to lose some weight and the hospital stay gave me a good start. Really Iím not hungry so I guess Iím getting all the food I need.

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gonna need suspenders soon?
Are suspenders covered under Medicare?

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Braces (arm, leg, back, & neck)
Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance) covers arm, leg, back, and neck braces when medically necessary
Your costs in Original Medicare
You pay 20% of the Medicare-approved amount for your doctor's services, and the Part B deductible applies.

Found this so far, still looking for a loophole, maybe we can call it a "brace".....

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gonna need suspenders soon?
Hey, I resemble that! Yes, I wear suspenders regularly, but it's not so much because of a big gut. I just happen to have snake hips and very little butt to hold m belt in place.

I braces are even more necessary when I am carrying, in my hip pouch.
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I am at the stage where I need high wasted pants or long tail shirts because my butt fell off too! My kids are known to say "Dad, crack kills." Myself,I just don't like the draft!

I had my usual 2 pieces of toast for breakfast at 5:15 this morning and I washed them done with a can of Coke! Ha!

Last night we had pork chops fried in a skillet, biscuit and greasy pork chop gravy with a few onions thrown in for good measure. Also frozen sweet corn and the last of last years garden beans. Then a big hunk of banana cake for desert. Then at bed time my wife asks me if I remembered to take my baby aspirin so the stent in my heart won't get plugged????
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