It is harder for me to handle the heat when it goes above 100. It occurred to me, that I was probably dehydrated and or, my blood pressure dropped due to dehydration. That\’s been a major problem for me, since living up here. I took my blood pressure and the machine wouldn\’t \”register\” my BP and that usually means it is low when that happens. It has been recently calibrated. I\’ll keep an eye on myself – it\’s not that big of a deal to risk getting something worse at the hospital or doctor office when I think I know what it is. The same symptoms. Thanks for the concern, though. IT does make one realize, I\’m not getting younger and my health will inevitably start to decline. It\’s just a matter of \”when?\”
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I also was very tired – and the nap helped. I didn\’t sleep well the other night due to reports of a group of pre-teens kids out creating mayhem in the neighborhood at around 11-1am. Nothing major but it needs to stop. Destroying and throwing flower pots into the street, opening up manhole covers, hauling big rocks from people\’s yards, along with garden furniture and leaving them in the street. Knocking over garbage cans, and turning on the water to run all night long. They are also, trying to destroy video cameras which, could get them into more trouble. The cops have been alerted. Not much they can do really.
|\”Here I come\”|
Just typical punk-ass stuff. This one turned on the water and it was on all night.
I know. I used to do that stuff when I was a pre-teener. Mostly we did the classic, knock on doors and ran away, turn their water on or turn off their electricity at the box. They\’d come out and look around and we thought that was so funny. Never anything more than that. I never got caught either. It was one summer, that I got a bit punky – the summer before 7th grade. What goes around, comes around and little did I know back then, it would bug me, that these little punks are doing this. I mean, I understand it – yes it could become more criminal but these pre-teens are just having fun and the boys are trying to impress the girls. I belong to NextDoor and everyone has been posting their videos of them. Nothing happened last night – which makes me believe that their parents or someone who knew them, has and how embarrassing to see your kids \”in action.\” So we\’re on to them.
We need to make the purchase of video surveillance cameras.