June 21, 2022

A REALLY GOOD THING


What’s happening in my world these days.

Juan, our next door neighbor is home early today.  I napped once over my book; and once after lunch.  Yes, the ham was really good.  The really nice Hospice nurse stopped by just as I was starting to eat lunch.  I told her about my hip and about the ‘Hot Spot’ on my bum.  She overloaded my rear with some orange stuff, and suggested a moving-pillow for the bed.  She also suggested a heating pad.  Ours had died the  good death, so we were off to Target to find one.

Spending:  Not so good at that.  On the whole, 400 a month for long term care is ok, but this only covers a four year period.  Discovered lemon ices.  Oooo.  Didn’t buy the giant muumuu I found at target today. That was a very economical thing.

Family:  Both kids seem to be doing well.  That’s a really good thing.  George found the fitting the held all my keys together.  I end up with three sets of keys that just snap together.  One is for Grumpy with a key fob attached.  The fob for the very blue Toyota will actually open the driver’s side door.  Grump’s fob will open the trunk….but  he doesn’t have a trunk. I guess, after all these years Grumpy is family.


7 comments:

  1. Hope the orange stuff and the heating pad do the job. Good that the kids are doing well and smiling at Grumpy making family status.

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  2. I know that feeling when you see that the kids are doing well! That orange stuff should help!

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  3. It is nice not to have to worry about the kids. I'll have to look up moving-pillow as I have no idea what that is.

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  4. It's nice knowing your kids are doing fine. As parents, we always worry about that and how they are doing.

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  5. I once had a lovely open ended key ring with a little screw on cap. I went back to my car after a meeting one night, and there were no keys on the ring. The cap had unscrewed and I lost all my keys between the car and the meeting. The only one I found was the car key, right by the driver door. Could have been worse.

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  6. I've heard how wonderful hospice nurses are. I'm so glad she's there to help you, Mage.

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  7. Of course Grumpy is family!!!!!!!!

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