Plans: some chores, watch the Stock Market on tv, Ghost Hunters is on tonight and survivor. Need to still work on Christmas cards. I filled out about 10 envelopes with addy's and names and then realized that the cards wouldn't fit into THOSE envelopes. Now I have to start again. aaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhh
The procedure that I had done yesterday, which was only supposed to give me temp. relief for 6-8 hours, seemed to work. My pain lvl was a 1 for 6 hours. Next week I get it done again.
You all have a sweet candy cane sort of day. muahs
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.)
Plans: cleaning. Waiting to hear from the Vet about my older dog and her meds (allergies and arthritis).
Cookie, glad to here that you are feeling better. How did you like the mid season finale of The Walking Dead? They kind of gave something away because they showed Daryl in the previews of next season...it didn't look like Woodbury. I like Michonne.
Plans: been out shopping and had a appt with my hearing specialist to check my hearing aid out because something isn't right with it. I had an accident and accidentally dropped it. So I'm stuck with a loaner one. Ugh
and last night I had a scare I think a call to pdoc's office is needed. ugh.
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