I'm trying my hardest to stay on track, and so far this week I'm doing ok. I've been walking every day and taking daily aspirin as the cardio advised me. I am shocked that I haven't started bruising and wonder if it was working, so I sent a msg to the dr., who responded that I shouldn't worry and that it is working. I really don't want the bruises but was just surprised not to get them.
I searched until I found gluten-free bread at Bel Air this morning. It was in a special gluten-free section, on the bottom shelf and hidden by a display stuck in front of it. There were several kinds and I was expecting it to be awful. Surprisingly, it wasn't bad at all and I really enjoyed a slice with my dinner. I guess when a bread lover as I am is deprived of it for a while, I'm not as hard to please!
The swamp cooler is doing a fine job of keeping me cool! The mornings here are cool enough that I can open windows and need to put my bathrobe on; about Noon or so things warm up and I'll take all the help I can get staying comfortable.
I've eaten the last of the beautiful fruit basket from Mother's Day. Last night I enjoyed the big chocolate heart on a stick that was in the display. Today I ate the rest of the kale which was arranged to look like grass on which the display was built. What a wonderful treat it has been.
I'm not sure what my weekend holds, but I'll enjoy it no matter, and hope to see some of my kids/grandchildren. Mike's oldest son (in NY) will be turning 12 in about another week or so. They grow up so fast and I grow old so fast. Ah, life. I hope everyone has a great weekend.
JUST THINK OF WARM SUNNY DAYS AND SPRING FLOWERS AL:))
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