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Topic: some days are pretty good
The cool breeze felt good this morning but it's heating up pretty good this afternoon.

I had a headache yesterday and this morning when I got up. At present I feel ok but like it could come back. I worry that my bp medications aren't working. I brought the kittens in the house this morning. The siamese is fairly aggressive but the little orange one is holding her own. The old cat doesn't like either of them.

Concretions can look like just about anything. The ones I found in a box are irregular and very much like the Minensota concretions in the book.concretions Technically, the septarian nodules are concretions. The definition is a nodule formed in sedimentary rock when a cementing material is deposited in the spaces around grains of sand. Wish I could obtain some more.

The sulfides in the chalcocite group are a bit more familiar as they occur with malachite, pyrite, milky quartz, etc. They are related to the argentite group. They are important ores of silver and copper. Names of some of them are chalcocite, acanthite, stromeyerite, digenite, and berzelianite.

Posted by oh5/ojhoff at 3:24 PM CDT
Updated: 11/02/06 12:01 AM CST
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