April 26, 2017


The bed leapt out and took a hunk of skin off a leg.  I’ve been in the pool with it, but it doesn’t look good.  No pool.  Darn.  But I will go to that class and stretch myself out while letting the silver stuff on my leg do it’s job.

More later.


  • Himself:  Made a doctor’s appointment and can be found in the hot tub.
  • Herself:  Before or after class taking pictures of the world.  My computer saays that I am not using a genuine copy of Windows.  I’ll save everything before I go to class.
  • Reading:  A well regarded mystery that is too fragmented for my old brain.
  • 3 Things Done Well Yesterday:Aerobics, dishes….did I ever tell you that I hate doing the dishes, took an armload of things to the shop.
  • Gratitude’s:  Friends.


    1. Ouch. Take care of yourself. I'm amazed and dismayed at how easily our skin tears these days. Beautiful rose.

    2. Watch out for those beds...they are devious.

    3. I don't do dishes unless absolutely mandatory. Terry does the kitchen cleanup after meals or baking and everything goes in the dishwasher. I housesat for a friend in San Francisco a few years back. She lived in a 3rd floor walkup in a 1920s building. No dishwasher. Made me insane. Not the walkup part, the no dishwasher part.

      1. Oh, I so understand. We have a dishwasher.

    4. I do the dishwasher last thing at night so when I get up in the morning, my kitchen is clean. I am guilty, however, of allowing dishes to sit in the sink overnight every now and then. Then it's first task in the morning after getting the coffee on. Priorities, you know! ;)

    5. Sorry about the rose tag and hope you keep it clean and dry. Our plastic surgeon friend uses superglue if the cut is too deep...really! Love the photo though. My roses on the tiny arbor are blooming!! I like laundry because I can fold and iron (rare)in front of the TV!


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