i'm doing much better now. still tender with the ribs, but only when laying in bed and when i lean down certain ways.
Got it taken care of but very expensive. The bill for treating Callie was over $200.00. They gave her an antibiotic injection, a steroid injection, 2 kinds of flea treatments. Once lasts three months. House was bombed. Hannah cleaned off all the surfaces in the house that had been exposed to the pesticide bomb. The products I bought came to $130.00. She didn't need to be shaved, but I asked them to shave her genital area because she has such long hair back there. I was constantly cleaning her and she hated it. She is sound asleep in her laundry basket, like an angel.
Other than that, I was flopped on the couch with several books. And Molli flopped on my chest. Pretty much all day long. I did manage a good manicure last night and my nails breathed a sigh of relief; it had been a while. It was a good day for me, too.
So sorry about your mom.- I did 2 foster home inspections for the shelter.
- I plan to cook a soup and a casserole for lunches and dinners next week. I hate to cook so I am on TCS putting it off.
- Got my mom's microwave from my MIL's house. (She lives with us so I have things stored at her house) We have been using hers since ours died. Now hers has died. When my mom passed in March, I took her microwave since no one else wanted it.
I hear you on this. Aaron is working from home now and we get up later every day. We are exercising less and eating more because he's always looking for "snacks". I'm trying to slowly get back into the exercised thing. The many days of hot and humid weather over the summer didn't help either.We got up at 4:45, which used to be our normal time for dragging our butts out of bed. I wish I could convince myself to get up at that time every morning because I get my walking in that way.