I was up before daylight and I don’t know whether the day dawned sunny or foggy. I was otherwise occupied and the light was streaming through the windows before I noticed.
It may be some time before the Wii starts bugging me about my weight. I didn’t make much progress gaining. I think it was .2 lubs.
After I drank my water and took my Essential GSH, I took a shower and dressed.
I thought I had two oranges but one was rotten. Left with one, I made Orange Mango Pudding. It was tough but I didn’t eat any until I’d taken a picture. You can see it in the Illustrated Recipes section. (Hint, click on the link.)
My breakfast finished, I got busy on less03 and, unless I missed something, it’s finished. When I get this post finished, I may start on less04. I’m one behind at the moment. That’s my personal goal—not one set by anyone else.
The rest of the day was pretty routine. I did laundry, dishes, fixed food, ate, on and on. Mid-afternoon, I sat in the sun for 10 minutes and it did so much to make me feel better. Hence the title of this post.
Months ago, merm’s mom sent me a hummingbird wind spinner as a retirement gift. I’d bent the vanes but never hung it outside. I’d see it and think I needed to do it but that round tuit is most elusive. Today, I bit the bullet, got a little step stool and took care of it. There was a crystal ball hanging where I wanted to put it. I left it and I think the two complement each other. Tell me what you think. And yes, I know. The crystal ball needs to be cleaned.
To see a larger picture, click on this link.
I’m ashamed to say I haven’t put out the hummingbird feeders this year. My energy level has been so low, I didn’t have the get up and go to get up and do it. August is a little late in the season, I believe.
Genese is trouncing me again. One of these days…
I was messaging with the audiologist on Facebook and she directed me to this article about her cousin. Ten years is a pretty long time in the hearing aid world. I’d be interested to know what kind of aids he has now.
Twinkle tried to get away from me when I started toward her with the B12. I don’t think she’s serious about it or she’d put forth more effort. It’s kind of funny, really.