Hello Paulissa, Its good to see you here again. I've missed you. I can't remember what are you studying? I thought you were going to be a paralegal, has that changed? The photography course sounds like fun. I had a SLR 101 (press) camera when I took my photography class. I've since given that camera to my son because he was going to get it repaired, it leaks light. Anyway, I'm really glad to see you.
Ann, That is a great idea. I never thought of it because my hands are so big. But I'll bet I can find a pair of those gloves. It certainly will make doing the dishes much easier. Since I've had so many problems with keeping caregivers over the past several months I am learning how to do many things for myself. I think the biggest thing I need to do now is to pare down my "things" I have too much because I learned to hold on to everything. I need to let go, especially if I am to move into a smaller place.
Does anyone else around here have that can't let go problem. I never had that problem until I married my second husband who never let go of anything. I can remember making him get rid of all the junk we found in the garage when we moved into our very old house. That junk filled a utility trailer with the stake sides clear to the top and there were a lot of things he wanted to keep, "just in case" so I sent my sons with him to make sure the trailer came back home empty.
Now someone should do the same thing to me. I don't need all this stuff. I packed up things I wanted to move and now I can't find essential items, such as spare sheets. I need to go back through all those boxes and weed out things I don't really need. And you'll never guess, my son just sent me some ceramic knives, two sets of them. I can't figure that out except Mary likes my knives so she regularly appropriates some of them.
I woke especially early this morning so I am thinking I'll go back to bed later. I am thinking about breakfast for us right now. I wish I had some orange juice. It would taste really good right now. James wants sausage and eggs for breakfast. I have just a few of the Aidells sausages left. I bought them at Costco when they had a large assortment and they were very inexpensive. Now Costco doesn't carry them and they are too expensive at Fred Meyer, (Kroger Chain) They have been really good and I've made them last well. I won't be really hurt if I can't get them for a while.
I'm getting sleepy again so I'm going back to bed until James gets up.
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