People, it is exhausting being a mostly crippled person. I don’t know how people with chronic pain manage because I am cranky and annoyed with life. Except that Dr. M is an angel – I’m not annoyed with him (or anyone else, for that matter – people have been great). I spent the weekend
walking shuffling around. I think I overdid it, so I plan to be a hermit
Sunday, April 30th
Indigo Bunting – so sweet!
Monday, May 1st
My niece was in the Worlds cheer competition at Disney and her team won the silver medal! There were over 20 teams competing so I’m pretty proud of her. Check out the video to see how amazing they were.
This was my last 10,000 step day for a while…
Tuesday, May 2nd
Baby hats! These hats were for a young woman who was in my wedding. Well, she was in her mother’s womb in my wedding – she was born about a month later.
Wednesday, May 3rd
The only picture from today, so you get to see it again. The beautiful weather has made things feel a little more manageable.
Thursday, May 4th
Tricked out my walker. And did you know that shuffling along doesn’t count as steps? My Fitbit is very sad these days.
Friday, May 5th
Dr. M bought me an azalea! I love it!
Saturday, May 6th
While I was at Weight Watchers, Dr. M visited with his dad. He took a picture of his dad’s Dr. Van Fleet Mother’s Day rose – the plant is over 100 years old!
We’re going to have maters at some point this summer – yum!
My cousin & her husband (the potters) invited us over to watch the Kentucky Derby. Her horse won. Mind did not. Scottie & I aren’t kin, are we? Ha!
Later that evening I finished a (very odd) headband for the baby shower, and used up the last of the yarn to make bows for the gift.
Thanks to everyone for your kind comments on my last post!