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  1. Ho Hum

    by , 08-02-2008 at 04:52 PM
    So - my leg still isn't healing very well. There is a couple places that probably will need ski grafts. I did FINALLY get permission to start some weight bearing at least - and the rest of the staples are out.
  2. A Ridiculous Day!

    by , 08-02-2008 at 04:14 PM
    So today has been a ridiculous day, truly unproductive and wasted...all of my own design...I woke up to a blue sky and instead of making a tea and going to sit in the sun on my balcony, I grabbed the newspaper and headed for the couch. And that is where I was until 1/2 an hour ago when I decided that in the interest of hygiene I really should shower and get dressed.

    Why so unengaged you might ask?

    Well, I work with young people in some difficult circumstances. I am ...
  3. Grocery Shopping Trip

    by , 08-02-2008 at 03:18 PM
    This trip did not go as well as expected, but I got everything I needed plus some for the stockpile. I will list what I bought and separate out stockpile and items needed for the week and items that I really didn't need, but bought because I wanted them. I have got to stop that.

    Pickled Okra 3.35
    Canvas chair with bag 3.94 (7.88 on 50% off sale)

    Items for week
    Loaf of wheat bread 3.15
    Hamburger buns 1.69
    Kidney beans .58 ...
  4. Not quite as planned Day #1 and #2

    by , 08-02-2008 at 10:29 AM
    Ok, so day #1 of my menu plan didn't go off as expected. Dh's grandma was taken to the hospital so I went up there directly after work and we ate in the hospital cafeteria. Dh's dad paid, so it was taken care of. His grandma has a UTI and she aspirated into her lungs which could cause pnuemonia. She has dementia which worsened when dh's grandpa died a year and a half ago. She also happens to be in the same nursing home my sister works in, so she can keep an eye on her.

    So Day ...
  5. Stupid Luxuries

    by , 08-01-2008 at 09:47 PM (C@rol's Blog)
    You lose the very life you seek when you wallow in stupid luxuries. You donít need nine-tenths of the things you scramble for. Donít be afraid to have nothing. Happiness is not what you have, but who you are. You are already who you need to be.