Back in the days of Friends, they were watching a home movie of Monica before she lost so much weight. In her own defense she said, “The camera adds ten pounds!” One of the males (I think it was Chandler) said, “How many cameras were ON you?” I don’t have much excuse. I was having a hard enough time taking the following picture with my too big camera to be taking a shot like this. Using both hands caused me to be sort of hunched up.
The reason for such a display of beauty is the comment my sister left yesterday wishing I’d put up a picture of me with longer hair. This is longer than it usually gets so enjoy!
Much of today has been spent on, guess what! the lesson files and helps. I did stop to eat and while I et I watched “Masterchef”. They can snipe at each other a lot on there. One of the contestants is from Chattanooga so I kind of watch to see her reactions. So far, she’s been nice. I can’t help but think that a lot of what goes on is scripted—or suggested, at least.
I did sweep the deck for the first time in months. I must be feeling better!
This evening, I filled my salt shaker I keep my kala namak in. It reminded me of the sand art my children used to bring home.
These aids have got to be a tad wider than the others though the audiologist insists they aren’t. They make me feel like Dumbo and it’s like they’re wedged behind my ears. I’ve worn them almost all day today but I had to give up and take them off just now. She said to come in before noon tomorrow though I don’t know what she can do that she hasn’t already done. I can swap them for smaller ones that will be more expensive battery-wise and that may be what I have to do.
Twinkle protested mightily to her daily dose this evening but it did no good. I had my way in the end.