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Still very much under the weather, but no worse. G had a rough night & spent half of it in my recliner chair, which is closest to the fire.
That DOES sound like a lovely day Cate!Soup & toasties for lunch & a game of snooker. I really enjoyed the day. I also polished off a Donna Leon book.
Those little fur balls do get us out and about! Glad both you and G aren't letting being under the weather get you down too much! I was thinking of you yesterday, I was watchin a show on Acorn TV called "Under the Vines" it takes place in New Zealand, which is where I think you live. It looked lovely.I'll take Arch into town today to make up for the lack of exercise yesterday. G is at his usual golf day today. He had a better night's sleep last night.
Hi Cate, I can't help but still feel amazed that it is possible to develop friendships with people all over the world now and not have to wait weeks for a letter to appear in the mail! We live in Virginia, it is along the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, kind of mid-way along the east coast of the United States. You would think I would be used to what technology can help us do now, but at times I still marvel about things like thisHi, Jen. It was a lovely day. We actually live in Tasmania, right down the bottom of Australia. I have never been to NZ but must get there one day.
Nice you got a good visit in with D and familyThanks, Jen, Liza & Em
I'm still feeling about the same. I'll do another RAT today, just to be sure.
Our son, D visited yesterday, with his daughter, E & her BF who lives in Vic & is over here visiting her. He seems sweet. G was doing the bar at golf for a group he knows so missed out. We had a lovely time. Soup & toasties for lunch & a game of snooker. I really enjoyed the day. I also polished off a Donna Leon book.
I'll take Arch into town today to make up for the lack of exercise yesterday. G is at his usual golf day today. He had a better night's sleep last night.
Sounds like a good idea to rest up and recover properly. Very nice on doing well food-wise without G around!I still am not firing on all cylinders ( probably only half ) so will stay home from golf as it's windy & is meant to rain a lot. I'll give my body a chance to recover.
I had a good day again food-wise with G not home. I feel like I overcame a hurdle.
I don't have much energy to say much in diaries I'm sorry.
Cate it sounds like you had a lovely and close relationship with your sister where you 'built' each other up! What is interesting is that my family always called me Jen, but people at school and co-workers did not. Since I can at times be viewed as serious or all-business or other kinds of things like that, I purposefully began to try to get people to call me Jen, so they would see me as more down to earth Glad you are on the mend and sounds like you are back on track with healthy food! And I am also happy you are such a caring person, we all benefit from that!Thank you, Jen My sister decided to call herself Jennifer as I think she thought it sounded more sophisticated, in her new university life in the US, but she had always been Jenny or Jen. She told me that she loved me calling her Jen. I adored my sister. She was 4 years older than me. I was the pesky little sister for years who she looked out for when I left home. The roles were reversed in her last 4 years & we became very close again. She taught me some valuable lessons for which I will be forever grateful. She also gave me so much confidence during that time. I had always lived in her shadow. I have wonderful memories of her & lots and lots of love. I do care. I care a lot. Sometimes it can be a little overwhelming, but overall I'm glad that I am like that.