Bag of Randomness

  • BoyGeeding’s lead results were confirmed, so now we have to have DaughterGeeding tested as well.  His lead level is 6 micrograms per deciliter, and per our doctor and Children’s Medical Center of Dallas, treatment wouldn’t start unless it was 20 micrograms per deciliter.  We’ll be getting further instruction on what to do, but we were told our first course of action is getting the air vents cleaned and carpets steam cleaned, as the lead paint particles have more than likely broken down to air dust particles.
  • Scattershooting while wondering how did former Southlake Carroll and University of North Texas head football coach Todd Dodge in his first year back in high school football.  Marball Falls went 4-6 this year.  Expect to hear their name in the playoffs in the years to come.
  • If you are a fan of Earl Campbell, be sure to catch a special on him tonight on NBC Sports Network at 10:00 PM Central.  If you have no idea what channel the NBC Sports Network is on, here it is listed by providers for you local folks.
  • A friend that I’ve known maybe less than two years sent me one of the kindest emails yesterday that actually made me tear up, or maybe my allergies were just killing me.  I’d share more about it, but feel that would be a violation of trust and insincere on my part. But I will say if we are willing to let our guard down once in a while and open up our hearts and tell people how they are appreciated, it’s one step closer to making the world a better place.
  • Redesigning toothpaste packaging
  • The opening of the Perot Museum of Nature and Science has been big news in the area, here’s the review from The New York Times.
  • Heck of a headline: Whisky saves man’s eyesight after being blinded by vodka
  • TIME’s website has the voting results for it’s Person of the Year, and Kim Jong Un wins by a landslide.
  • Bill O’Reilly believes Christianity is a philosophy, not a religion.
  • I still see a lot of Honda Preludes on the road that seem to be in pretty good shape.  Not bad for a car that ceased production back in 2001.
  • Kids don’t know how well they have it with their digital television and that guide feature.
  • Middle-School Love Letter Displayed at Wedding 22 Years Later
  • First official photo of Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs.
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2 Responses to Bag of Randomness

  1. Gaylin says:

    Chelation is the usual treatment for heavy metal toxicity. I doubt they would do that treatment on small children – it is pretty harsh.

    Vitamin C helps chelate metals, if you can get Vit. C in drop (liquid) form, that works best.

    I have had chelation for mercury toxicity . . . yep, sucky treatment.

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