This morning I went to the Dr and was diagnosed with Vertigo. They want to do an MRI and I just do not like having my head stuck in that tube.
I am thinking I will probably not be doing it.
I came home and DH and I took a ride in the RV for the first time this year. It started up well and after all the rain we were still dry inside woo hoo way to go.
We went to the greenhouses to find pansies and clematis, they said they did not want the Clematis delivered till Mothers day-how appropriate is that? We will call to make sure it comes in. I had a very hard time choosing Pansies I like them to have really nice looking faces but they were only the white and the yellow that impressed me. There were some beautiful colors to choose but a faceless Pansy is just a flower. I bought a box of white and a yellow with great looking faces, thatís my favorite flower they make me smile, I just love them.
Our weather is getting cold again and 40 plus MPH winds again.
Oh well it is what it is.
I decided to go out and cut more junipers with my battery powered saw. they are getting really old and dead so there is still more to do. We fertilized the yard. I checked out all we had planted and they are doing great. Mt neighbor brought me a butterfly solar lamp to put in the garden. We are hoping it will light up but under the tree how can it -OOPS no sun under the tree. It is pretty, a butterfly and flower it looks like stained glass but it is nice and it was nice gift, very thoughtful of her.
I walked 4 miles with Leslie and once again it is getting late.
I have to say I am having difficulty navigating the pages on the site tonight, it has taken me even longer than usual because finding things is definitely not intuitive as they said. They forget there are still computer illiterate Sparkers who struggle to find where things have disappeared to.
We have an end of the year meeting and food tomorrow noon at Senior College so that will be another food challenge.
For the most part I can just look at it and leave it. I am glad I can do that.
Thanks Pat in Maine.