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Thought For the Day

December 16, 2018

There are times when we have to step into the darkness in faith, confident that God will place solid ground beneath our feet once we do. – Dieter F. Uchtdorf

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Sunday!

December 16, 2018

I’m off to spend family time! Talk amongst yourselves.
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Doggie Treats!

December 15, 2018

I decided to make Duchess treats for her stocking. Not that she didn’t get to try some today, just look at her waiting for the next batch.

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Thought For the Day

December 15, 2018

If you want children to keep their feet on the ground, put some responsibility on their shoulders. -Abigail Van Buren

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Woohoo!

December 14, 2018

I thought we were done Christmas shopping earlier, but we were not. However, I’m happy to announce that NOW we are done! (insert happy dance) AND everything, but one present is wrapped! (insert another happy dance) Now the wait begins. Easy for us, not so easy for our grandson. lol
It’s going to be a balmy 28 degrees here tonight, in Southeast Alabama. It does my Hoosier heart good, and makes me feel like I’m home. Now if it would only snow.
I’m still procrastinating writing my Christmas letter, but the search for a topic is narrowing, and I think I might have one soon.
Duchess has been going for a marathon in the gas department. We’ve cut out some foods, and changed her food, but nothing seems to work. If anyone knows of a solution, PLEASE let me know. If not, I’m asking my husband to get me one more present for Christmas-a gas mask.

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Thought For the Day

December 14, 2018

Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere. – Albert Einstein

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Anniversary Part II

December 14, 2018

What an odd anniversary. I spent part of the evening in the emergency room, after a blood pressure scare. As a result, I missed my husband’s gig, playing at a church tonight. I kept getting busted blood vessels in my right eye, so we thought we’d stop by the eye doctor to see if anything could be done. They tested my vision, and examined me. When that was okay, they took my blood pressure and it was WAY high. And they took it again, it was slightly higher. I was sent to the emergency room, and it went up again, so they gave me some medicine to bring it down. Now I have to monitor my blood pressure until I can see my doctor. I have a 30 day supply of medicine, but I can’t take it unless my BP is high-since I usually have low blood pressure. The highest it got was something like 215 over 120 something. Now I’m sitting home, trying to relax.