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Congratulations! Glad to see the hard work paying off. Also glad to see you in a more comfortable spot. I hope all goes well with the move!
Sorry to hear that. Hotel mattresses are often a nightmare. For a while one of the Mariott properties was offering the air mattress type beds. Unfortunately they had a tendency to die in the night and you would wake up in a poorly slung hammock 8 inches off the floor. That was not a pleasant evening, especially since I had to be doing a plant walkthrough the following morning!
Hope you continue to feel better
I am also tempting fate! I am trying to take a few days off around memorial day before we try to catch up on all the work that got delayed by the cyber attack on our company. And I can't help but wonder what is going to prevent me from a vacation this time...
After much trial and error, we determined that foam mattresses hurt my back, while MrBoot's bad hip feels better with one. Our compromise has been to buy a thick foam mattress topper, chop it in half, and put it on his side. Yes it means his half of the bed is a couple inches higher, but we both sleep more comfortably. :)
Honey bees are actually really docile in my experience. When my cousin had them we could pull the frames from the hive and they wouldn't even bother us. It's the Africanized honey bees that you have to watch out for. They're just nasty all around.
I needed a large Roc for my upcoming D&D game, so I painted the new Bones 4 Roc in a traditional scheme. Nothing really fancy; just a large bird that wants to pick you up and take you back to its nest to feed you alive to its young.