August 4, 2013

It's about time

I haven't had a moment to spare, lately.  That's probably not true, but that's how I've felt.  If you're a FB friend, you already know that we lost an entire weekend going back and forth to the ER, because Bob had the tiniest injury on his knee, about a 1/16 of an inch, and it wouldn't stop bleeding.  Dripping on the floor bleeding.

What else?  Just normal stuff; Water Aerobics has been kicking my behind 2 or 3 days a week.  I haven't lost any weight, but I've dropped a dress size!  Teaching Tai Chi/QiGong 2 days each week.  Leading Tai Chi Ball for the Parkinson's Support Group.  Going to doctors in San Diego, that takes the whole day.  Reading - the last three books were hard to put down.  I recommend you read them soon.
If You Were Here by Alafair Burke
Golden Boy by Abigail Tarttelin
Silent Wife by A.S.A. Harrison

I donate my finished books, usually to Murrieta Friends of the Library.  This week I donated the hardbacks from my "read" pile to them, and drove the trade paper copies to West Long Beach Neighborhood Book Swap, it's a cart in the neighborhood I grew up in.  The "old"  neighborhood has changed but, sad to say, I don't think it's improved.

Sewing, I'm making a quilt for one of my grandsons; the one who never ask for anything.  My sewing gets interrupted by life and games.  We live in a small house and I use the dining room as my cutting/design room.  My sewing machine and fabric are in the "office".  We don't really entertain, but we belong to two groups, one plays cards and one plays dominoes.  The groups rotate to each others homes for an evening of fun.  When it's our turn to host, I need to pack all the sewing paraphernalia and clean all the "fabric dust", (it's like faerie dust, but cotton), and get the house back to normal, whatever that is.

Since blogging isn't a business with me, it frequently takes a backseat to life.  I had a few comments in response to my giveaway of the small clutch I'd won.  The winner is Melissa, she doesn't blog anymore, but when she was a young adult, her blog was Mel Growing Up.  I've already emailed her.
Thanks for stopping by and sharing my life with me,

1 comment

  1. Hi Jan, you are a busy lady. Enjoyed everything about your post today. Sorry to hear about your hubby's knee. Hope it is healing well. Have a great week :)


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