High Roller (Happy Humpday) by eekdog ()
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Sorry I have not been around since Saturday, (my smartphone and only way I can currently be online). Took a crap and stopped working. Glad I had insurance on it, but can't claim again. I had a older model Galaxy S5, they had none left since my previous claim on lost phone. It was a refurb unit. They upgraded me to a Galaxy s8, has a 12 megapixel camera, my last was a 5 megapixel. And was a new unit. Whoohoo!
Just gotta find out if it has a wifi hotspot capable unit, might be able to use my desktop monitor?
The computer a friend gave me had wifi capabilities so hope I'm in luck.
My mom also found out what maybe wrong with her finally. Does NOT SOUND GOOD. it's called " middle cerabal artery occlusion".
Did minor research and all it says what it is, did not mention. If it was life threatening. Been helping pay her copays. I'm so low on funds with so much going on all at once. That 250 for phone hurt. Again car needs work. Frak!
Thank you for all part support and present. They mean the world to me. Steve
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Dang, Steve... When it rains, it pours...Glad you were able to get a good phone this time, and I hope it can be used as a WiFi hotspot so your 'puter can access it 😉 Hope your mom's health problems get better soon - she's in my prayers. Wonderful of you to help with her copays - it can't be easy, either financially or spiritually..
Anyway - A magnificent and beautiful high roller you've created here. Hope she wins a big jackpot for you, buddy!
Great scene and render, Steve...sounds like you could some of that "gold." A middle cerebral artery occlusion is a stroke. Strokes are either caused by a blood vessel blockage or collapse (occlusion) or a blood vessel rupture. How serious the consequences are depend where the occlusion occurs. Do hope all turns out well for Mom.
Your story inspires us; when tribulation comes, you cope by using your own capabilities, limited resources, and if possible, with some help. You are showing us, resilience. Doing art, helps us to cope with stress by expressing our imagination! A lovely picture, this one!