WOW, 2 miles and still here

Thursday, August 23, 2012

When I started out this morning I had no idea where it was that I was going to walk. I told myself 'hey, just walk to where ever the sidewalk leads you'. AND that is what I did. It lead me to a 2 MILE, yes I said 2 miles, enjoyable morning. I thought I was lost for a while. Found a beautiful park, met a dog that wanted to be in the movies, and found my way back home without leaving a trail of cracker crumbs to help guide me back. emoticon

I was sure glad that I had such a great morning as the afternoon was not pleasant. Had an appointment with my retinal specialist and had to report that I saw a huge dark gray/black spot in my left eye. I knew I was heading for another injection. You'd think that after having so many injections that I would get used to it. Have to go back in 1 month for an Fluorescein angiography, that is where they inject a dye in my vein then take very rapid, very bright photos of my retina. To tell you the truth the photos are more uncomfortable than the injections. Well, we must do what we must do.

I didn't complete all my little tasks that I had made for myself on Tuesday. What I have left to do from that list is to make a shopping list. I just hate grocery shopping and that's probably why I have done it yet, procrastination will not get me anywhere emoticon.

Here is my plan for Saturday:
1. Take that dreaded shopping list
2. Walk to the grocery store
3. Pick up a weeks worth of groceries
4. Walk back home
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    I was trying to figure out where you were walking, but nothing rang a bell for me so I would have definitely been lost
    2066 days ago
    You made your walk a scavenger hunt of visually interesting things. What a great idea
    2066 days ago
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