Just a Sunday

Today for me was just another Sunday. Laundry, out to visit mom. She’s doing ok. She said she felt better today. She was also really groggy from benadryl. I’ll take the better though. That’s a good thing.

My sinuses are driving me crazy. I’ve been taking my allegra, but this seems to be immune to it, whatever I have. Maybe its a spring cold. I have been tired, but that’s not unusual. Zach is congested too, which is unusual. He doesn’t have seasonal allergies.

I took a nice picture of my pretty princess kitty.

She’s usually a pretty good subject. I do have one of her nose practically on the lens, too. These were the first pictures I’ve felt like taking for a while. I know I said I was thinking about going to Lake Eola last Friday, and its a good thing I didn’t try because they were having Good Friday services there. Would have been too crowded to park.

I made it to the knitting class yesterday. This is going to be a slow project because the yarn is so thin. I should be working on it while I wait for this iPhone update to download. Its taking forever. Seventy-one minutes remaining? Its like I’m on dial-up. Does that even exist anymore?

I had a brief moment of thought today while I was driving with the windows down. I thought “You know, things could be worse.” I have no idea where it came from, but its certainly true. Yes there’s a lot of crap going on, but it certainly could be a lot worse. I could not have the things I have. I could be totally alone. I could not have a car instead of just having one with issues. You get the picture.

I’ve almost been triumphant over the pool! You can see through the water today. The bottom is still green so I’ll probably end up treating it again, but its a start. Gives me something that feels useful to do. Not that there isn’t plenty of other stuff waiting to be done.

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2 thoughts on “Just a Sunday

  1. That’s a great picture! What a cute cat!

    I’m glad you were able to talk to your mom today, and good for you for seeing that things could be worse. Its never easy, I know- especially since wallowing can be a lot more fun!

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  2. Glad you’ve found the “it could be worse” mantra.
    You could be in Minnesota at a bus stop on your way home to a crappy apartment that you don’t even own, knowing that your parent’s lives depend on Medicare and wondering how you’re going to make next month’s rent.
    Bleh.

    Princess kitty is lovely! I have a multicolored female (her name is Wink) but she has no solid gray.

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