Hi Doris, well it's time to start. I wanted to wait until my fistula matured but that is not going to happen. I am having a really rough time here at work concentrating on my job. I have decided to take a little down time and write D&D #6. So many feelings. How can a person feel hope and fear at the same time? Well I am. I just need to grab on to that hope and let it carry me through.
How's the Doris doing...are you getting the new computer before this one bites the dust? It's been very sticky here today. Not good for the ole asthma! Rather disappointed that yesterday's apogee moon was not as impressive as I had hoped! It was overcast in the eastern sky here last night. By the time I could actually see the moon, it had risen in the sky and wasn't as large as what it might have been earlier! Spent quite a while on report cards today, so I rewarded myself with a visit to my friends on Tu. Hope all is will with you! Have a great upcoming week, luv....linda
Hi Doris- I did miss you. I have been doing lots of welcomes to make up for you. Computers are great when they work !!! Hope you are recovering from your shoulder surgery, and hubby is recovering from his surgery. It is starting to clear up outside after a rainy few days. Think I'll take a walk. Cat
Good Morning,Doris. Night so/so. Abnut 3AM I heard a noise it was Russ playing solitaire. When the house is quiet you can hear everyything. I go to church at 5 as Tom has to do the READINGS. Tom is going with Russ to see if he can drive up to the Community House. If he cannot I will have to make arrangements to get to TOPS on Wed. Hope you and Ken both doing well.I ,hope too,you are free of pain. Still no rain.I just have to water every day. Take good care of yourself. I care. HUGS,Reed
Doris, hope you're getting that new computer this weekend. make sure they put AVG Free on it, I was recently reading Consumer Reports and they ranked it pretty good for security/anti-spam etc. and it's free!
Good Morning,Doris. Am I glad I insisted Russ go to the doctor. He had a huge calcium deposit on his hip that created bursitis. He would be in constant pain. They gave him a shot of cortisone and a pill for his neck. He still cannot walk without the walker. WHAT NEXT?? There is something all the time. He has to see a surgeon on the 14th to do something about that calcium. Hope you and Ken doing ok. How many more pt sessions do you have. Keep me posted when he goes see about the blockage. Hot today 90s no rain. You doing anything special? Mer just grocery shopping. Take care both of you. HUGS,Reed
Hello Doris. All of a sudden Russ cannot walk. came om just lie that. I called Tom he is here now going to Orthopedic clinic. WHAT NEXT? Hope all is well there Cardiologist waste of time. I will keep you posted./ Hugs.Reed
Good morning,Doris/ Russ woke me up with his neck pain about 3. I tried to sleep a little more but just tossed and turned so got up at 6. I have 21 friends I write to everyday and if it is the same thing that I need to say I do the message to all. My BG 98 this morning. Russ has the heart doctor at 11 this morning. I wish Tom were here as he makes Russ tell all. When he goes alone he tends not to tell everything as he wants no more tests or put in the hospital. What can you do.I hope pt does not put the two of you in pain. Tell Ken the artery cleaning is not too bad. They say 90's the next few days no rain boy d o we need it. Brush fires and smoke. You back to baby sitting?I hop you both take good care of yourself. I have cut Russ's portions way down. He is 6 3 and is losing weight. I hope he gets some answers this morning before he drives me crazy. Take good care. HUGS,Reed
darn it, they took the chat off. oh well, I guess we were lucky no one flamed out on there. bg 99 but darn it, ed had to go and get spicy doritos and bring them in the house. I'd rather eat that than anything sweet. hope you had a better day today.
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