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6 hours ago, ScarlettFayt said:

I have to have a non-stress test done twice a week due to my unborn cooks child's size and me being type 2 diabetic. Go for my test today, which normally only takes 30 minutes, and after being back there for almost an hour, I knew something was up. They come and finally tell me that my blood pressure is elevated and since my doctor is the on call doctor, she's ordered some extra labs. Another hour passes. Doctor comes into room and says "so things have drastically changed since your last test on Saturday. You are now severely pre-eclampsic and we are having this baby today. " - cue me freaking the fuck out - 

So a couple hours and a c-section later, Elijah James has made his appearance. 9lbs, 12oz, and 20 inches long. Will have to wait until I'm home and at a computer to post pictures. 

 

Come in for a test, have a baby instead :o

Congratulations to you both on your new baby boy!

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Thanks guys. Unfortunately, since he was a few weeks early, he was considered pre-mature. He's been having some issues with his breathing and with his blood sugars staying where they need to. He's been in the NICU and I still have not gotten to hold him. His oxygen tube has been removed, but he still has an iv for his sugars and is still not eating enough on his own. 

 



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A week ago I overclocked my monitor to 1080p at 74 Hz. Today, I've discovered that it could natively do 75 Hz output if I drop the resolution to 1152x864, and at 864p, I can take it up to 77 Hz before it says "OUT OF RANGE" on the display. Basically, I've had this monitor for nearly two and a half years without knowing it could output 75 Hz natively.

 

I don't like the drawback of dropping to 864p for only 3 Hz, so I'll probably stick to 1080p at 74 Hz, but I've learned something new I guess. Either way, it's a substantial improvement over 60 Hz.


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I did man stuff with the car today. Found out that my entire issue was the Manual Safety Switch which was causing my car to not start up on occasion. It's apparently a common problem with Ford vehicles.

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All of my baseline images for my environment are made and all that I have to do at this point is add updates and configuration changes to them on occasion. It will get a lot more streamlined in the future when I can run stuff like Ansible and WDS in my environment. For now it's just generating a WinPE/WIM image for Windows platforms and creating kickstart ISOs for RHEL. Busting my ass is starting to pay off.


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