February 13, 2014

Perhaps I'm a Hat


                                                                                                                 
The Fresnel lens at the top of the Cabrillo Lighthouse.

Life is simple.  Read, nap, go out to dinner or invent a dinner that takes no effort, and read before going to bed early.  Did I mention blowing my nose.  Every day is better though my days are filled with cold details.  G is getting better.  I wish I had better news but there’s none from here. 


  • Himself:  Worked or played at his computer all day.  I worry.
  • Herself:  Can’t walk across a room without breaking into a sweat.
  • Reading:  ”The Man who Mistook His Wife for a Hat.  Rereading this as I remembered it fondly.

  • Balance:  Napping.
  • 8 comments:

    1. Common colds do give you a different perspective.

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    2. I have three words for you...oranges, lemons and limes. I would say grapefruit but that is off the list for most medications. Stuff yourself on Clemintines or tangerines and drink a nice glass of limeade. Be thankful that you are not huddled in the corner of a house avoiding all the freezing rooms. I have not been sick for almost two years, but know that this cannot last!

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    3. Hot tea and a heating pad are my favorites, hope you're better soon.

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    4. Don't forget to moisten the skin especially round your nose.
      That reminds me - I'll go and do mine.

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    5. Hope you feel better soon. I loved that book, too.

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    6. When you are sick it's good to lie low. You are too funny...Maudlin was great, but you know tons about architecture of the third reich.

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    7. Hope by now you are feeling better....I'm sure you will be missed at the shops and other places that you visit every week.

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    8. I'm glad you're letting yourself rest to get better, Mage.

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