Ouchy! and other things...

Wednesday, September 07, 2011

--I'm feeling pretty stupid this morning. I was cleaning up the dishes and reached into the sink and my finger landed on my chef's knife which was laying with the blade up (some knucklehead left it in the sink last night). So now the knucklehead has a throbbing middle finger on her right hand but at least it finally stopped bleeding. Can't wait to show it to my hubbie...
--I joined the Sparkie 5k Trick or Treat Trot. I joined the 5k walk since I am still so overweight and don't want to stress out my knees. I have trouble with one and don't want to try to run again until I lose about 30 lbs. Anyone else doing it? I already walk a lot, but I could increase my speed.
--My daughter's visit was fun. We did a shrimp boil for supper the night they came and ate out at 3 Amigos the next day. We also did a little shopping at the Farmer's Market. I bought some thyme to replace my dying plant and some catnip for Rastus. I would like to make the kitties their own little garden spot.
--Sunday had fun walking around and window shopping downtown while sipping on frozen coffee with hubby. Also sat at the waterfront and watched the boats. Nice and peaceful and the weather was not too hot or muggy.
--However, today it is soooo muggy!
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    Sounds like you had a nice daughter visit. I love to go to the Farmers Market. Everything looks so fresh (and is). Hope your finger is better today!
    emoticon Nancy
    2749 days ago
  • MARYANN2323
    You take care of that finger. And becareful how you show it to hubbie. He might get the wrong idea if that is the only finger you hold up.LOL

    Sounds like you had a nice,quiet, peaceful time. We can all use days like that.

    Take care, my friend. We'll talk soon.

    MaryAnn emoticon
    2750 days ago
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