We are experiencing some of the best weather ever here in Lower Alabama. And it just keeps getting better and better. We don’t know if it’s the good weather or the time change or just what it is that’s affecting Alex. He definitely has a case of spring fever (or something). He’s up early, into everything, teasing his sister, and pacing back and forth. He’s worse than having a two year old on the loose.
The desk is all done – Yay!!! Basically, all I did was repair a shelf that had broken, install a plug board so the router can be plugged into the inverter circuit, and organized the printer, paper, and manuals by installing a “false bottom” in the cabinet. I didn’t take any “before” pictures so you’ll just have to imagine a cluttered cabinet and now visualize an organized cabinet. Thar ya go! One more item to cross off the Ol’ Ta Do List – just as soon as I find it, the list has gone missing (probably Alex took it).
Judy is still infected!! Monday afternoon she went back to the saw bones to get more drugs for her sinuses. Something is going on in that head of hers and it won’t let loose. She’s now on a stronger antibiotic for a longer period of time. Hopefully this will do the trick and kick whatever is infecting her sinuses right out the door. She seems to go through this every winter with each year getting worse. Right now the doctor feels that it is virus related rather than allergy based.
Today I need to mow the lawn. All of this nice weather has caused the grass to grow which means another chore that will most likely need to be done each week. When we’re on the road, the club mows the lawn for us. It’s part of the maintenance fee that we pay each year. They, also, provide the lawn mower and gas along with a weed whacker and other yard tools for us to use while we are here.
Judy has her woman’s Bible study this morning – they’ve been doing a Beth Moore study. Tonight is our 242 Home Group (242 as in Acts 2:42). This evening’s meal is to be “Country Cooking”. Since my biscuits and gravy was such a big hit a few weeks back, I’ve been requested to “do it” again. I’ll whip up the biscuits this morning while I’m waiting for the water to warm up to wash my hands.
Well, I guess we’ve covered a whole spectrum of “stuff” this morning and since “enuf’s enuf”, I’ll sign off for now.
Take Care Until Next Time - - - - - -
Glad to hear that "Ta Do" list is getting worked off and hope the new drugs get Miss Judy all better soon - "once and for all." All is well in AZ.ReplyDelete
Mow the lawn???? Great weather???? Bah, humbug! In Oregon it's RAIN, RAIN, RAIN and we're getting grumpy about it...wanna trade? Hope the new meds help Judy.ReplyDelete
Great weather is something we are used to here in Oregon. This rain is great if you're a goose, or a duck, or a fish, or a frog. For us, we prefer the sunshine.ReplyDelete
Great job on the desk. I can just see how beautiful it is now....all nice and organized.
Now, go mow the lawn!