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Old 08-01-2011, 01:37 PM   #11
 
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Thanks for your help and congrats. Eggs turned white again! Redid the tank, removed all but the two jewels, and removed the peat bog soil under gravel. They haven't tried again so hopefully they will wait a bit. Getting some sand on Wed to add at next water change. Hoping I didn't stimulate another cycling. I want to be sure the tank stays stable before they go at it again. And would like to add some plants that will be ok with them. Once it is stable for sure.... I will check into trading for a male. Then (if both are just horny females) they can raise some fry as they sure seemed to want to do. Funny though IF both are females that they cooperate in fanning and guarding area rock on which they take turns laying eggs. Really want to be momma again!

Per your disability: you have tried the different required therapies and have different Drs. all saying it won't get any better. That is a good indication of requirements to win the disability. Now weather it will be workman's comp or State Disability is the question. I went through this. Get a statement from each of those Drs. stating what they said and that you can not work or do things you used to do. You need to keep the documentation of all of that and give copies to the lawyer. Let your original Dr know you are going for disability and ask them to state it is chronic, ongoing, not going to get better, and give limits to what you are allowed to do and not do. ie how long you can sit, stand, lifting limitations etc. Any more than that you need PM me so I don't get in trouble here for getting off topic.

You have helped me immensely with my fish and I'd like to return the favor as I can. Have you tried the Python gravel washer that hooks up to the faucet for emptying and filling the tanks??? So much easier and less tedious on the back. Hooks to sink faucet and uses water pressure to remove and add water. Love mine.
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Old 08-01-2011, 01:49 PM   #12
 
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Thanks Bluebird I have a workers comp lawyer takeing care of that part. I also have an appointment with my dr to get the percentage of use I still have in my back then I have a disability lawyer that is going to handle that part. The worse thing for me is the feeling of not being self reliant and haveing to depend on help from people to do things I use to do by myself like the water changes for instance. I have looked at the python but with only my husbands income right now I just can't afford one. Thank you for the advise and good luck with your fish maybe you could post pictures of the pair you have and we can help you tell if they are male or female it maybe you have a male and female and the male is just young and not showing his colors.
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