Friday, February 22, 2013
February 22, 2013
Elliptical Trainer 11 minutes 220 calories burned
1. Took recyclables, scrap paper to be burned and dirty laundry to the basement and put them where them where they belong
2. Sorted dirty laundry
3. Pre-treated stains
4. Filled Brita pitcher
5. Took out meat for supper
6. Washed a load of whites through the wash cycle 3 times
7. Did 3 minutes on the elliptical
8. Emptied dishwasher
9. Called my sister
10. Washed dishes by hand
11. Wiped glass stove top
12. Wiped vinyl table cloth
13. Took recyclables, scrap paper to be burned and dirty laundry to the basement and put them where them where they belong
14. Dried load of whites
15. 8 minutes on the elliptical
I have been working on putting my receipts on spreadsheets. I have finished January and February for last year.
My husband and I danced in the basement last Saturday to "You've Got A Friend" sung by James Taylor. That was my maiden name, so he really has one, LOL! It was on the Public Broadcasting station. Later, we sat on the couch together upstairs and watched (of all things!) a rerun of "Hee Haw." It was nice to have him sit beside me with his arm around my shoulder because I still have this awful intertrigo. It is a yeast infection that occurs in skin folds. It's on my abdomen and it has spread up under my bra. I have been using Zeasorb AF powder for the rash and it helps, but I may have to get something stronger. I feel disgusting.
My husband took off work on Wednesday and went to a podiatrist. She thinks he has torn tendons below both of his ankles and did x-rays on his feet. He has extra bones in his feet and she wants to do an MRI on them. We have to wait to see if the MRI will be covered by his insurance.
Our son paid back money tonight that he borrowed and sent over a pair of socks tied in a knot for Princess. She loves the "new" toy.
We were supposed to have snow, sleet and freezing rain today. We had snow flurries and some sleet, but thanks be to God, it didn't ice up the roads. My husband has to work tomorrow, be the Lord Willing.