I think I’m losing my battle with the virus that has me in its grip. I feel like I got run over, then the car backed up and made sure I was dead. I’m supposed to go into Boston for the cardiology annual checkup and pacemaker tune up. I don’t think it’s going to happen. I’m wobbly.
I’m actually unstable on my feet; Garry is just as bad. Driving 150 miles in two directions doesn’t seem like the world’s greatest idea, so I’m going to reschedule.
I’ve been rescheduling everything, every day. This thing” won’t quit. Sorry folks, I’m down for the count.
Wanting something to quench your thirst, what would you drink?
Coke. I know it’s wicked. Much too much sugar and who know what chemicals in it, but I cannot help myself. I love it. Nothing makes my dry mouth happier than an icy cold Coca Cola.
What made you feel good this past week?
The pictures I took of the sunrise on the equinox.
How nicely Gibbs is fitting into the household, even though Bonnie is sulking now that she realizes he isn’t leaving.
Sibling rivalry … even amongst the doggies!
When you’re alone at home, do you wear shoes, socks, slippers, or go barefoot?
Socks. I have about 40 pairs in polka dots, stripes. Big fluffy ones, heavy woolly ones, little cotton footies. I have them in almost every color of the rainbow and you can tell my mood by the color of my socks.
Unless it’s right before laundry day, in which case … it is whatever is not yet in the hamper waiting to be washed!
Would you rather live where it is always hot or always cold?
I’m Goldilocks on this one. Not too hot, not too cold. Perfection? Caribbean style. Warm sunny days.
An hour of rain at noon. Balmy nights. And the smell of flowers in the salty air.
Al fresco. On the grass, by the pool. On the lawn, in the stadium.
With the warm weather coming on, what could be more appropriate than spending some quality time outside in a comfortable chair, or perched on a bench by the pond or river.
A place from which to watch the world.
Time for snow is past. Now’s the time to get outside and enjoy the sunshine while it is with us. We’ve survived winter — again. Rejoice!