So it’s a new year, right?
All of a sudden today, around mid-day, my right eye is acting up. Yes, both eyes have cataracts out. Tried to feel if something was in there, but to no avail. Put drops in… nada.
Not the way I wanted to start the year.Doctor on tomorrow’s agenda, but that’s without saying.
With the exception of the local idiots setting off fire works, it was a pleasant New Years,considering we were both sick. Jim actually went to urgent care to get my ever popular “acute bronchitis-sinusitis” diagnosis. Who says-you don’t share love and germs..lol.
Hope you have a wonderful 2019! Remember to stop in early and often to catch up with the blog.
Here’s some color from 2018.Enjoy!
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times,to quote a famous old writer….
We’ve managed to get through things, my mother-in-law made one hundred, and we’re still hanging in there..
Here’s hoping for a better 2019 for everyone.
Remember that tonight is amateurs’ night.
Be careful folks!
My grand pop on East St; my maternal grandpop, left for heaven 48 years ago, he passed on a week before my eldest brother ‘s wedding.
It’s a shame: he was the greatest guy. Loving, kind, gentle…even would let me count the freckles on his thinning hairline.
Miss sitting with you out back in the yard .Will love you forever.
Here is the infamous Mama Christmas cactus.
Here is this year’s new baby Christmas cactus. I am going to treat it the same way Mama gets it.
It’ll be curious to see if the same treatment will give me the same results.
I know the routes the poinsettia take. That is a given by this point of my life. It’ll be interesting to see the results.
My girl Kasia has been putting up with mom’s holiday blues.
The weather has been dreary and it is always hard to see one less chair at the table. Yet she occasionally checks in with me to say”How is your knee, Momma?”
She sits with me on the pitch,keeping me company before falling asleep in the sun.
I vent to her and the wag of the tail does more for me than therapy ever would. I can only pray I luck out with her for many more years to come.
It is due to be 100% rain tomorrow so Kasia and I went out to suck up some sunshine.
We’re in now, getting ready for dinner, and to lay low for tomorrow ,
Hope no one gets washed away tomorrow!