"Hello Kathy. I just saw on TV tornados are heading your way. I hope they are wrong. Hope too if you are out you are close t home. Running on our tv severe thunderstorms. The weather is crazy. Glad you have a fiddle instructor who is going to help…"
hi Reed, raining here. I made some really good sourdough yesterday. I'm having a slice with some cream cheese, smoked salmon and capers for breakfast. bg was 103 an hour and a half ago, better check it but I don't want to wake sleeping beauty on his only day off. hope you're feeling good today! hugs!
Hey Reed - so nice to hear from Lots. Woke to pouring rain this morning. I also had a 100 degree temp, but really didn't want to miss the first lesson with my nw teacher so I loaded up on Tylenol and felt better as the day progressed. I had been practicing really hard in order to impress him with all the songs I could play. But we spent the entire half hour discussing how to properly hold the bow!! The only thing I got to play was half a scale and he said, "very nice". LOL.
I really do like him but feel he will definitely be a stickler for details.
This afternoon it got quite muggy and I noticed that a couple of units on the third and fourth floors had their a/c going. I just turned on my ceiling and will call on Mon to have the window a/c put in.
I just cannot believe this coming weekend is Memorial Day - better get out your white shoes!!
Hello Reed! I hope you haven't thought that I ran away instead of Zen, my poor cat. Put signs in the old neighborhood, drive through and check around every day and nothing, reported to shelters and Vets. My apartment was in a pretty big complex. I am almost sure she must have cried soon after she bolted and someone heard her and now they have a new cat. I am so sad about that. I will get another one if I can't find her by the end of the month but I really miss that sweet cat. If I find her I will have two.
So I am done with the move and finally we have a path through each room, places to sleep, and enough put away in the kitchen so that we can cook. This place is totally awesome except we took it "as is" with messy carpet, inside and outside needing to be painted, and the yard in the front and back needing to be redone. Trying to paint, move everything, and I ended up being unable to do anything. I guess they moved around the ribcage during the operation and injured the outside of my lung in several places and collapsed one. It didn't get better with time, and right at move day I felt like I was going to pant to death. I couldn't even sit up or walk to the bathroom. I was scared that I would be like that forever. I went to the pain clinic, who sent me to the ER, who sent me to a lung doctor. More tests, but he thinks I will be fine and just need more healing time. He was right today I am moving around and putting things away! So, I am upset I was not here to wish you a Happy Birthday. It sounds like you had a nice time at the luncheon that the TOPs ladies had for you. Did you get any good presents this year? I bet you had more than one cake. I am sad to hear about Russ and his nose. Tell him I hope he heals and everything goes well with the operation.
It was so funny, they took a CAT scan on my lungs and found two lesions in my liver. I about freaked out thinking that something else grew but I guess the surgeon got shaky and stabbed what was left of my liver when he was taking the tumor out. Anyway I think I am on the mend for real now. I am so happy about that.
Well, back to the unpacking. Happy Belated Birthday Reed. Here's your present from me. Rub on this and you get three wishes! Lots
Good morning to you dear Reed ♥ Well...I was in school yesterday. Not because my voice had returned....but because it was a PD day, and hence no children. I was SUPPOSE to attend a conference in Toronto yesterday for Montessori teachers, with other staff members...but I declined. It would have been physically too much with the way I am feeling. The headaches were not severe, and they are gone. It's the lack of voice that has kept me home for 3 days. The last 2 days were out of pocket, as I've exhausted my 10 paid sick days. I have gone to 2 doctors (mine on Tuesday, and one at a walk in clinic yesterday), both prognoses are the same....not strep, it's a virus and needs to run its course. Rest your voice I was told! FORTUNATELY, today is a bit better. I can actually speak a shot sentence and be understood!! However...I am not going to strain...I am MOST DEFINITELY taking it easy. Though allergies and asthma did not cause this, apparently they make it harder to heal. I'm seeing my allergist/respirologist next week anyway. This is a long weekend for us...Victoria Day. Should be nice and warm this weekend...high 70s. BBQ TIME!!!!! You have a long weekend NEXT week, right? How is Russ doing? How is your leg Reed...the one that spouted a fountain?
I like what Spring posted...I love Gregorian chants (must be the Catholic in me lol). I'm half way through my report cards...only 50 or so to go. Yesterday at school, all alone in my class...undisturbed...was able to get more done, and lessons done, ordering material for next year (online, not on the phone lol), prepping lessons, correcting work....ya know...the usual "teacher stuff"!!
So dear Reed...have a great day!
love and baskets of hugs....linda
(ps...I still don't know what happened to Chico!)
Good Morning Gator,no-I am not trying to bring Christmas back.I was listening to this and thought to send it your way.So pretty and moving.. Hope you have a wonderful day..I bought 2 tomato plants..This is my very first time to try to grow a tomato :) I talk about it every year and now...we will see..I have been watching video's on how to grow tomatoes,hahaha ! Have a great week-end friend :)
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