How are you today, Sally?
Judy, I can't believe it's been five years--way to go, girl! It all sounds good--but sorry you're dealing with afib issues...they're not fun at all!
DH and I have finally started drying our tears over the death of our fur baby Tabitha, and we're doing better---thanks again to everyone for your messages of sympathy.
The vet even sent us a beautiful little letter, and they made a clay disc for us with Tabitha's paw prints and a tuft of her hair. Wasn't that wonderful of them? We're getting her ashes and a wooden box with a plaque next week...
Can't quite get going again; since Christmas I've had a relapse that I just can't shake. I'm utterly exhausted--and the increased nerve pain and burning doesn't help.
I know I'll feel better in a week or two--and I finally just now got back on my diet. I'm not going to weigh myself tomorrow, but I will next week, after I've been on it a few days.
So now I've had my whine--I'm waiting for the cheese! Oops, just remembered, I'm back on my diet!
Seriously, I really am trying to climb out of this; I didn't mean to write such a bummer of a post. Things are already better; the immense cog fog I had last week has almost all blown away, so that's a good thing!
Speaking of the weather--it's been in the 70s and 80s since the first of the year down here in Key West, so we've had no winter at all! Usually we have a few cool days in the 60s, and even a day or two in the 50s just to cool everyone off--but not this year.
Believe it or not, the locals (myself and DH included) are missing the cool temps, because we rather look forward to them after a hot, sweltering spring, summer and fall!