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Saturday, June 9, 2012

Weekend Already

Just a short note to let everyone know that I'm alright.
 The past few weeks have been a little different. MIL is sleeping more, And remembering less. Waking up two or three times a might. Not knowing where she is, what she is doing, or even who she is. She is getting around 16 to 18 hours of sleep. Just not continually. Really playing heck on our sleep cycles.
 Then Jr. ran away. Our diabetic cat. Hoping someone lured him away. Then they will take him back to a vet when they see him get sickly again. The cat will get scanned for the chip. And he'll be returned to us. And the world will once again be in balance. Don't think that he wondered off and joined the "cycle of nature", but if that's the big plan, then I have to live with it.  
Looks to be raining all weekend.
Gotta find stuff to do.
 Laundry, half done.
 Garage cleaning?  Not really started.
 Kinda got it messed up last weekend. Pulling tools to help the neighbors out. And when they go back to their "normal' spot they need to be wiped back down, blown off, and/or made to be ready for the next time. Still got a bunch laying on the benches. So far behind.
On the other side of the coin, I got the yard mowed Thursday.
Makes the place fit in as a part of the neighborhood. Normal even.
Be safe.


Gorges Smythe said...

Sometimes life is about getting ahead of the game; but sometimes it's just about trudging in a forward direction. Hope things gradually get caught up for you.

Sr Crystal Mary said...

Work is always there, no getting out of it, so do what you can, and remember to take time to smell the flowers. Life passes away quickly and suddenly we realise, we didn't take time for what really matters.

Bobby said...

Crystal and Gorges, Thanks for the kind words. Life does have it's ups and downs. I do what I can to keep on keeping on. The flowers do smell nice, but I got to work on the forward part.
I do appreciate y'all for stopping by.

Inger said...

I hope your cat will be returned to you or come back home. And that you will get your work done. One day at a time.

Bobby said...

Inger, Another day is upon us. Time will tell how much work can be done. Thank you for stopping by and commenting.

JT said...

I retired June 2007. It is difficult to find something to do every day. Then again, I've just turned 70 so I really don't have a lot of energy to do a lot. Don't worry. We'll make it.

Sr Crystal Mary said...

Hi Bobby...Blessings sent.