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Later after the food has gone directly into stomach from your esophagus, a physical valve called the lesser esophageal sphincter (LES) closes. This prevents acid from travelling into the esophagus. When the lower esophageal sphincter calms, acid reflux heartburn occurs. This enables acid to get involved with the throat. The standard the signs of heartburn includes Helicobacter pylori infection and hiatal hernia. Helicobacter pylori leads to ...
... and a couple of bridges that take you over to some islands on the other side but most of my time spent there was spent walking around! I did however spend some time in a small park called Mear Park. That's quite a beautiful place especially considering that it's in a city! There were lots of squirrels there so I got some really nice photos of some of them on trees and bouncing around on the grass! For lunch I decided to walk to a Japanese restaurant that apparently has ...
... we had a little play on the playground. It was lots of fun! We snacked on lots of things like chips and cherries. We also had pink lemonade.
Up the hill from Hannah’s back yard is a family that has kids around Hannah and Noah’s age. They play with Hannah and Noah a lot and their family was part of the group that we would do lots of get-togethers with. Anyway, we had a party at their house and we made some dinner and ...
... too, and he is good to ask if Deepak is OK with this talk. Deepak enthusiastically says, “Yes, please! I want to hear!”
So, Erick opens to Matthew and starts reading. He switches to Luke so we can get more details about Jesus’s birth. After nearly each phrase that Erick reads, Deepak says, “yes,” or “mm-hmm,” (in agreement). Honestly, I am impressed that he seems to be listening ...
Tonight Stephen is writing again.The computer is being ornery, so uploading pictures will have to wit until the morning.
So, the first thing to note is that we stayed at a "motel". I haven't stayed at one in ages but they seem to be the accomodation of choice in the Wisconsin Dells. The city was both cheesy and touristy...but the kids loved it! The kids really enjoyed being in a motel and being able to sit on their little front porch and walk over to ...
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