#blog

4th of July 2022

0

We had three of our kids and all of our grandkids over for a cookout on Independence Day. This little girl made pesto, from picking the basil to mixing it all together. That was on Sunday. Monday I actually took […]

#blog

Routines

0

There are routines…and routines. Lately — possibly since I got traumatized about the sarcoidosis and lung biopsy and whatnot — I have fallen off the wagon when it comes to housekeeping and self-care, exercise and grooming. However, I have been […]

#blog

Sarcoidosis?

The nephrologist has one more idea for a diagnosis: sarcoidosis. I don’t have any of the symptoms — but sometimes there are no symptoms. Also, this is an incurable, sometimes fatal disease — which sometimes goes away on its own. […]

#blog

Heavily Populated

This month has involved a lot of human contact. That could be a good thing. I had five Zoom meetings last week, with one more today plus a couple of medical appointments this week. I’ve enjoyed time with #1 daughter […]

#blog

Jumbo Yarn

I’ve been saving up skeins of gray jumbo yarn that have been sent to me for review. Now I have enough to make a blanket, which was my goal. I have a few other colors as well, which may become […]

#blog

Habit Stack

#2 son was here for about a week. It was wonderful. he pointed out what good conversations we have, and that is true. He left a couple of rabbits with us and headed off for Nepal. I have developed a […]

#blog

Keeping Up

Spring is here, and summer is just around the corner. We have vegetables coming up and good weather for sitting out on the porch or patio. I’m off insulin, with good blood glucose numbers, good blood pressure numbers, and continued […]