Kathy- What a lovely surprise I got when the mailman, whoops, lettercarrier brought me your beautiful card. You look great in the pic and the violin doesn't look bad either. Thanks so much for your thoughtfulness in sending it. I hope you are feeling better each day from your hospital stay. I haven't been feeling too good this week. ( You can read the sorry tale on Reed's page.) I hope the weather warms for you people in MN. Our local weather person gives us the temps in your area each day. I guess they want us to feel better. All I can say is Brrrrr. It is supposed to go up to 30 tomorrow. Stay warm. Susan
Hello Kathy. Tom ran a 5K this morning. I did not go. Russ did. I was up all night nothing bothring me. I just could not sleep. Chico was at the door at 7. He loves it here. Nice day so we drove along the ocean to Hammock to grocery shop. Tom has bacon every Saturday. U was shocked $7.29 a pound. I guess everything is going up. Stopped at the Community House to get the mail. Your card was just wonderful..Very good photo of you.Nice looking violin. So you found your glasses...were you able to fix them? My bane of existence Russ leaves Kleenex in his pocket and it gets stuff all over the clothes. I know this day will pass. I just feel blah. Take good care of yourself. Keep warm. HUGS,Reed
Hi Kathy, I guess you will be getting some good use out of those gloves on Reed's page as cold as it is at your house. Here it finally snowed. It is really pretty. Everyone here is so afraid of snow. They are so funny. There was only a couple inches on the ground and they close everything. It is still snowing now and it is dark, cold, soppy and wet out there. I hope it snows all night so I can have fun trekking through the snow piles tomorrow. I will have to dig in my front closet. I know I have a good pair of hiking boots in there. They weigh about ten pounds though, so it is like lifting weights to walk in them. I think from talking to my clients on Zoloft that it takes about six weeks for the Zoloft to kick in and then you will feel more energy. They get kind of tired at first too while they are getting used to it. Do you have to take a lot of medicine now? That in itself can make you tired. How is your skin doing? Did you get it to heal up yet? You look pretty good in the picture you sent to Reed. I like those glasses. You should keep those frames and get new lenses. They look really good on you.
How are you doing with the blood thinners? I feel kind of bad that you have to keep going to the doctor all the time. Did you make it okay with giving blood? It sounds painful to be stuck in the hands. Sometimes they do that to me and it is no fun.
I am finally back to feeling pretty healthy again. I am working full time and that is going well. We are having fish tonight and I just got called to the table. Have a nice night. I am glad that you are getting some good sleep. Lots.
Good Morning,Kathy. MN is famous. Your cold weather is all over TV. Please keep warm. If you have to go out bundle up.Do not want you to get frost bite. It is 41 here. Need to go to pharmacy to get eye drops for my Glauacoma. Tonight would be a good night for New England Corn chowder and it even tastes better the second day. Tom comes tonight. Chico was at the door at 7AM MEW MEOW. I hope he was not out all night..Not much else going on. Take good care of yourself. I care. HUGS,Reed
hey Kathy, I've been following you from Reed's page. so busy here, sorry I've not been around quite as much. say, I actually like those old glasses. I notice a lot of hipsters wearing similar styles. wonder what happened to your other ones, you said it was a mystery. gosh I hate losing my glasses! i need some new ones but too bad. just spent $85 on my blodd pressure meds. stay warm, super cold here too but not in negative territory like you guys.
BRRRR MN sounds cold,Kathy. Glad to see you all bundled up. Got a new Apple mouse. Hate it. Tom will swap with me. This one you have to to the blue line to click. I prefer the button. Thank God you are not getting a blizzard along with the cold. We both are doing much,much better. Slept good and NO COUGHING. PTL. Got the laundry done. Today I am doing towels. Tom wgere he runs and goes to the Gym leaves a lot of clothes. It is sunny and 61 here. Tom has gone home. He will be back Thursday night. MLK holiday gave him an extra dat here. Please keep warm. You do not want this cold that is going around. Take good care. I care. HUGS,Reed
HI Kathy- I hope you are staying warm. I see where MInn. is -0. We will be getting colder by Tues. but not that cold. It will be mostly in the teens thru Friday. Has your coumadin regulated itself yet ? My husband has been wearing the compression stockings for a week. He seems to like them. His most recent INR was 2.4. It is really a pain getting the coumadin regulated. I hope you are feeling OK. just stay inside until it gets a little warmer. Susan
Hello Kathy. I do not know what hit me. I went to bed happy as a clam. Not a drop of sleep hit me. I have been awake all night. I hope and pray I am not going to have a 5 day session of insomnia like last year. I hope I can hang on lomg enough to get to church. They singled out on my weather channel...Minneapolis..to be below zero. That is cold. Keep warm.I hope you do not have to go out. I do not know why I could not sleep. Nothing on my mind. Take good casre. Today is a good day to stay in and look for your glasses. A BIG HUG. Reed
Hello Kathy. Busy Morning. We all had a good night PTL> Tom had to go to Jacksonville to a Confirmation so we went shopping early. Sunny 63 brisk wind but I like it. Russ is using the walker. I took things in my own hands and called the doctor. Monday at 11. Tom will take hi,. Russ just tells a little as heis afraid he might wind up somewhere. Tom will tell it all. Going to have roast chicken stuffing yellow wax beans gravy pecan pie. I will have a jello for dessert. BG 104. How are things with you? Did you find your glasses? My cheap pair I use for Reading I lost. Tom found them under the sofa. I hope you are keeoing warm. Take good care of yourself. I care, HUGS,Reed
Good Morning,Kathy. Things not good here. Russ still coughing grown very feeble cannot walk. I am making him use my 2nd walker. All we would need now is a fall. What a change in the weather. 40 degrees and a very strong wind that makes it feel colder. Glad Tom is here. Russ listens to him. How are things with you? Is it still cold there? Make sure you stay warm in the house and if you go out. My insurance wants me to do mail order. How many times do I have to say NO. Our mail box is way down at the Community House you must drive and we do not go every day. Not much else going on.Did get the laundry done.Paid the bills. You take very good care of yourself. I care. HUGS,Reed
Good Morning,Kathy. You and I must be related/ I am always misplacing my glasses. I slept until 4 tried to go back no luck so I got up at 5. Russ has to go for his COUMADAN draw this morning. The nurse does it. Then she talks to the doctor and calls about 3 with instructions. I will ride with him sit in the car as we need to go to the lawyer. I was mad as a hornet. My speaker was a NO SHOW. I had to come up with something for 40 minutes. I discussed the new computer Handifork that reminds you to eat slowly and records data. We have an added problem 8 weeks early POLLEN> the allergists cannot keep up with the patients. Be careful when you go out ice pellets they must hurt. I hope it gets warmer there soon. Have a very nice day. Keep warm. HUGS,Reed
Good Morning,Kathy. I had a much better night. I took my sleep aid earlier. Russ had a good night too. Guess we are back on track. It is damp here this morning but heading for 80's again.TOPS today. Chico was at the door when I got up. He is a character. I have not been out of the house since Sunday. These colds and coughs last 18 days. I better tell my kissing ladies to kiss my ear. LOL> Hope all is well with you. Dress warmly if you go out. I will tell you what Crystals are all about. Take care. A big hug. Reed
Hi Kathy, thanks for the message. I lived in uptown for years and worked there also. I'm. Now by Southdale. I feel very overwhelmed right now. Lots to take in. I have another doctors appointment tomorrow. I get to learn how to prick my own fingers for the first time!
Good Morning,Kathy. I have been up since 3. I just could not sleep. I cannot blame it on Russ as he had a good night. It was nice and quiet so I got a lot of paperwork done. It is going to ber 82 and humid today. My BG 108. TOPS tomorrow. I have a paid speaker. How are you feeling? Do you feel like your old self yet? Is it cold there? Stay warm..do not overdo get Valerie to fuss over you. Have a wonderful day. A BIG HUG,Reed
He;;p Kathy. It was good to hear from you. That often happens to me. I write and poof the thing goes off into cyber space/ Kind of depressed today. Russ's constant coughing is drivingm e NUTS. He has every pi;; and syrip lmpwn to man. I think I will scare him telling him the Old Mr. Bush had a cough and landed in the hospital in Nov and got out today. Maybe he will see a doctor. This weather crazy 80's in Jan not healthy. I see parts of CA got a cold snap. Russ woke me at 1A< we had a cip of tea but I could not get back to sleep. It has been a long day. Did you get your COUMADAN straightened out? Russ goes for his COUMADAN check the 17th. Take good care of yourself. Keep warm. HUGS,Reed
hi Kathy! hope you're doing ok. I've been gone a few days, last installment of cleaning out my mom's apartment. I wish I could continuee the cleaning frenzy to my own house. got some nice little things from my childhood, a beautiful portrait of me at about 10 years old. don't know where I'm going to put this stuff.
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