I used to be afraid of hurdles, but I got over it.
All I could think about was Zack and Connor and how they loved their dad, and now dad is gone. I made several calls to friends who knew Mitch and they, like me, were shocked. Fifty-five, such a short time!
A little good news as I stepped on the scale, it read 183.5, so I have broken the 185 barrier!
This morning I checked my bills and paid them plus went through the Master Card charges. A lot of little charges sure add up quickly!
Time for a walk! I must keep this svelt figure in shape!
The hood gets a little scary this time of year. The big pumpkin was out and waving at passers by!
The passion fruit was blooming meaning in about 90 days I can pick some fruit as the owners let everything og to seed.
Mary called, and she threw out her back somehow; I was thinking on the way home last night, she had a burger, and perhaps putting her feet on the dashboard may have contributed to the pain. So, she is off to the doctor at 1:00 PM, and I will meet her at her place and nurse the doctor back to full recovery, confusing, huh?
MAry brought lunch home, and then we used a combination of icepacks on her back, followed by a long stay in the hot tub. We alternated that process several times during the evening.
With the physical therapy and the pain medication, Mary was crashed by 7:00 PM. Scout and I went for a walk, and then I buzzed out at 8:00 PM, making sure she was still asleep.
I left her a note saying I’d be back over at 7:00 AM to pick her up and take her to work as driving with a bad back is NOT fun; I know this from personal experience.
Returning home, I watched some TV, looked at some bills, and thought a lot about Mitch.