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Plans gone awry

Monday, January 16, 2012

What a day! I rolled out of bed, got my poles and started to go outside. It was drizzling steadily, so I opted for a rain poncho and headed for the soccer field. But it was not just a drizzle, it was heavy winds+a drizzle. So, the poncho wound up in my face with the drizzle on my lower body. I made it over to my room and decided to call my grandson on gmail phone. He did not answer, but while I was trying; a friend came in saying that she had planned to walk to the clinic for her ear, but the weather was too bad. So, we both walked back to get my car, and I traded the rain poncho for a jacket and an umbrella (which I couldn't use before since both hands were holding a pole). I drove her to the clinic and waited an hour to take her home. That is really fast for clinics here! I asked if she wanted to go for soup, but she declined. I went for Japanese veggie soup and then did my shopping and stopped back at my room to call my grandson-successful this time. Took my groceries home and saw that I now had an hour to shower and change for my doctor's appointment at the orthopedic clinic. My appointment was for 4 pm, but it takes an hour to get there. Traffic was light, and I arrived 15 minutes early. I was seen at 6:15 pm and left the hospital at 6:45 after paying my bill. Three full hours waiting in a waiting room watching Japanese TV! I was supposed to be at quilting at 7. Fortunately, my friend was not home yet, so I was not late. I got there before she did. Now I am home an hour later than usual. I have a blog to finish, comments to make and at least 10 more minutes of exercise before I finish the dishes. Tomorrow is a new day, and hopefully it goes closer to plans.
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  • SHARON10002
    Whew, made me tired just reading about it! emoticon But you were very flexible, and made good use of the day as it played out. Hopefully tomorrow will be better for you.
    1315 days ago
  • HJFOGARTY
    wow what a day - you sure did make the best of it tho - helping a friend in need and still getting your day done - you are amazing! know tomorrow will be a better day - but you already made today brighter for those around you! stay strong you are a great inspiration!
    1716 days ago
  • ROSENJ1965
    Sounds like you made the best of the weather and changing plans - hope tomorrow works out closer to the intended!
    1716 days ago
  • MTNGRL
    Well the day was sure full! Maybe not the day you planned but you made the best of it. Hope tomorrow is smoother!
    1716 days ago
  • BADASSBLONDIE
    Good for you on adapting to the changing plans. Sounds like a successful day to me, regardless of what the day had planned for you.
    1716 days ago
  • NEWNAC304
    I'm sorry your day didn't go as planned but it sounds like you made the best of it.
    1716 days ago
  • JODIRICHARDS
    It is not that life goes as planned but how you handle what comes along, planned or not! Glad you could keep regrouping and moving forward, sounds like a good day overall.
    1716 days ago
  • JUSTAGIRL45
    What a day! emoticon
    I hope Tuesday is less hectic for you.
    Good for you, for not letting the weather stand in your way to workout! emoticon
    1716 days ago
  • VISUALLYRICS
    Your day sounds emoticon to me.... you reached out, connected with your GS, helped your friend to clinic and all of that took exercise...dare I say? Lol!!

    God turned your emoticon into emoticon ...

    so proud of you! ~ Laura
    1716 days ago
  • NADJAZZ
    What a way to spend your day off! emoticon

    Tomorrow will be better, I'm sure!
    1716 days ago

    Comment edited on: 1/16/2012 10:00:16 AM
  • ABETTERSOUL
    Sometimes the weather doesn't cooperate with our plans..LOL! Hope that today goes much better for you!
    1716 days ago
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