Plans: Put Halloween lights out on the grass where I made the grave yard. I finished the purse that I was working on and now I need to do the matching choker. Have some chores to do. If I my pain gets better, I will go grocery shopping. Me and hubby will prob. watch a movie tonight.
Thats all for now. I may not be around very often because of the LSC pain. hugs and muahs to you all
You may go through life hearing a 1000 NO's but don't give up because your YES is out there waiting for you.- (Something my father told me.)
Sleep: odd because I was woken up by being too cold cuz I had the a/c on cuz it was hot before I went to bed. then I was wide awake for awhile so I chatted with a friend until I got sleepy then woke up by someone slamming something really loud. I figured it was time to get up anyways.
Plans: lets see Laundry is a must then the store shopping to pick up a few things.
Cookie, That's great you finished your purse. That is a wonderful accomplishment with what you have going through!!! I wound like to see a picture or it. I will be thinking of you and wishing the best with the pain. You are amazing.
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