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Tuesday, June 23, 2020

Letting Go

The first thing I'm going to do is to pull some of the plants out of the garden, keeping only the ones that look most promising and are already producing.  It is way too much for me to handle as it is, and too frustrating to try.  I am beginning to realize that there are very few things I can do, so I will just let it all go.   As the old song goes "Ya gotta know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em, know when to walk away, know when to run!"

The days in Sacramento are too hot for my liking and I just want to sit quietly at home.  I have an appointment to see a new, to me, regular doctor.  I'd rather not. and I won't stand for any poking or prodding while I'm in so much pain, nor will I submit to all the testing doctors love to order.  They can draw all the blood they want, but that's the extent of what I'll tolerate.  I think I'll be getting a more permanent cast tomorrow.  I really wish they would just leave the one I have now.  There is some kind of splint to keep it straight and steady, and it's wrapped in one of those stretchy bandages (Ace bandage?).

Have a good day, and I hope to be back soon.


  1. Hot, Hot here so I guess it doesn't matter that I need to stay home because of the spike in covid thanks to the morons in office and in this State. The song fits pretty well. Today it was so hot that the A/C kicked on even though the cooler had been on all day.

    Hope all goes well tomorrow

    1. it is so hot here that Rocky just wants to stay indoors all day. Thanks for the good luck sentiment. I'm going to need all I can muster up.

  2. More well wishes coming your way! Send some of that heat my way, I got up to wet roads this morning. Good for the garden though. Get better soon. :-)

  3. Sure hope the new cast putting on went well today. Going to a new doctor is a challenge. Hopefully he/she listens to you. I think the heat has got everybody down this summer. It's hard to work up any energy.