Not Goin' Anywhere

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

That has so many levels of meaning! Unfortunately it's the state of my weight loss. But I haven't gained, so it's not entirely bad. Now that Spring is peeking out in Oregon, I hope to get out and walk more.

My computer started to lose it's memory, so I couldn't do much for a while. Now I have a new computer. In between helping my son to arrange/organize his room and doing regular household stuff, I have been getting all my programs installed and various things transferred to the new computer. I do like Windows 7. I had to chuckle, though. It's a LOT like a Mac.

Last Friday I got a c-pap machine. I'm still getting used to using it, but I do think it is helping. I don't feel as tired as I was feeling for a long while. This should help with getting my exercise done.

On February 12, my granddaughter was born. Technically I already have seven grandchildren and a great grandchild, but they are all my stepsons' children (& grandchild) and all live in Canada. Magia is my first blood grandchild. Oddly, though I have a 42 year old niece, Magia is also my mom's first blood grandchild even though my brother has several grandchildren and a great grandchild (and he raised his stepsons, so he is very close to them all).

Magia and her mom live in Portland. I won't even try to explain her parents' relationship except to say it's complicated. Fortunately we love her mother and we will continue to have contact with her. Her other grandma is luckier right now as she is visiting since before Magia's birth. In the long run, I'll be pretty lucky because I live closer.

I've been working on fabric projects when I can.

Other than all that, nothing else is happening around here.
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