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Good afternoon, (just)
Carol is not moving with me. I have invited her to visit and I am sure she will. We have talked and we understand each other. I think the wounds can heal now. Mary has gone far enough that other people have now seen the problems of which I have spoken. I am no longer alone facing an overwhelming situation.
I can't find my glucoseometer (I don't remember the correct spelling) so I can't tell where my sugar is this morning. I think though that it won't be too far out of whack. I found the other meter and did the test and things weren't too far out of whack. the measure was 88 and considering all that has been happening I think that is pretty good. It has dropped down to 54 in the past few days so I am concerned that I am getting enough to sustain good health.
Gotta go now, See you later. I'll be down in Battle Ground tonight. Have a great day, I know I will.
PS. Jan, The store is Uwajimaya, Let me break that down for you U=oo WA+ wah JIM= just as it is spelled Maya= MY Aah, I hope this helps because there is a store in Forest Hills.
Edited by: GRAMMAJUDY1 at: 7/7/2013 (16:40)
Good Afternoon. No much going on here either. Why does my clock on the desk say 7:45. It must need a new battery. I've got the sheets washed and back on the bed, read the paper and had breakfast.
Judy, I bet you will have lots more stuff you don't need that will go to some thrift store. The less you have the easier it is to dust. I'm so glad your new neighbors have been so welcoming. Get settled and then have a tea to get acquainted.
This will be a busy week with grocery shopping tomorrow and then in the afternoon a Dr. app't. Tues. should be chemo and Wed. back out there for a shot.
Patty, I know just what you mean when one knitted item gets monotnonous and boring to work on.
Jan, our mornings are pretty overcast until the sun finally breaks through about 10:30. Then the clouds come in again shortly after 6 p.m. It keeps it cool which I like.
Ann in San Diego
Good morning Judy, Patty & everyone,
It is really dark here this morning. Rain wasn't predicted but i sure looks like it. I need to move my gardening tools so they don't get wet.
I have been really off track with my food for a few days and I hope to get back on track today. I'm heading over to the nutrition tracker to plan my food for today.
Judy, So glad you are 2/3 or maybe more by now done with your move and the new neighbors are friendly. Is Carol moving with you? Closer to all kinds of things including the store I can't pronounce or spell!
Patty, I love lap throws. When DH was working for a home health care supply place one of his customers crocheted ones for all the staff. We still remember her as we use them.
Have a great day everyone.
Pacific NW Time Zone PDT
Morning Judy and Girls,
Judy, You must be tired out about now with all the moving.
You sound really excited about the move.
I hope it is all you dreamed of.
Nothing much happening here today. Finished another baby sweater. started a new one.
So now, I have 2 finished. Still working on the loom knitted afghan. This is taking me a long time...not even half finished. I almost wish that I hadn't started it...maybe I can make it into a lapghan...we shall see on that.
Have a great day girls.
Good very, very early morning,
I just got back from taking another load down to Battle Ground. This load was about the second third, but the final third will take a longer time to get down there. I will get it all done eventually. Don't you just love that word, "eventually" I know there are some of you who have husbands or sons who hear it fairly often. I don't have that excuse, "If it is to be, it is up to me." I don't have anyone else to blame, but then I don't have to share credit for my accomplishments most of the time.
My new neighbors are going out of their way to welcome me. I am excited by that. This is the first time I have ever been greeted with such enthusiasm. When we moved in here we were met by two different neighbors at different times and they both were carrying guns at the ready, no holsters around here. Strange isn't it. That is one of the two times I have seen my neighbor to the west. I have never seen the other again.
So as I say, I find it delightful and very exciting to have this kind of welcome. Now, It is after one in the morning and my "adopted" grandson is being baptized tomorrow morning and he has invited me to come. I know they are going to have that ceremony before the sun is fully up and afterwards I have to get my car loaded again and head back down to Battle Ground. I wouldn't have come back up tonight had Aiden not invited me and I didn't have my driving glasses with me. I followed them home.
See you Monday, I hope.