In case you missed: The day of surgery I was scheduled to be there at noon. I was required to get up that morning to shower again. I got myself ready, we left about 11:20 a.m. for the hospital. Since I did all the eCheckIn, my admitting process was sped up. I got changed. The [...]
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Part 4 – Ankle Injury: “Life Learning Begins…My New Normal”
In case you missed: Now I had to mentally prepare myself for surgery. I had to be absolutely sure I am not bearing any weight whatsoever on my left foot/ankle. I had to get really accomplished at getting up and down from my chair, toilet transfer (it's a thing I'm learning!) again without touching my [...]
Part 2 – Ankle Injury: “Why Does My Ankle Hurt So Much?”
In case you missed... I knew there was a problem, but I was afraid to find out what that problem was. I had to decide, do I face my fears or continue to be afraid and in excruciating pain. I told myself, "Even if I do not go to see the dr., there is still [...]
Part 1 – Ankle Injury: “Oops! I Slipped!
At least once a year, I stumble, slip or fall. I try to be careful, but no matter what precautions I take...I have my "Annual Fall". Just after Christmas, I stepped into the shower, I immediately slipped and fell! It was so unexpected, so quick, there was no time to catch myself or grab hold [...]
I wanted to provide an update about our Hydroponics Garden. We saw growth and buds. Eventually after many flowering buds, we did get a few small green tomatoes. The plants were growing, but the flowering buds were not producing any tomatoes. The PVC pipe size was small and my husband could see the roots were [...]
Part 1 – 2022 Hydroponics: Do Setbacks Lead to Success?
I have been #thepatientgardener waiting for a progress report on our Hydroponics. Here is what is going on: The Setbacks: we have had a few green beans. We have a few tomato flowering buds that will look promising than dry up. We removed our lettuce it wilted. Hydroponic Tomato Bud Successes: My husband has been [...]
Part 11 – 2021 Garden: “That’s a Wrap!”
Today, five months after starting our garden it came down. Beautiful crisp autumn day for this activity. Season’s Over We were able to get some more tomatoes before disposing of everything. That’s always a plus! Tomato Harvest A bounty Always a little sad to take it down. Every year we learn something new…what worked, what [...]
Year End Garden & Hydroponics
It is warm & humid so our garden is continuing to grow. I remember several years ago pulling out the garden mid September. Vegetables are still producing. We are at the end of our growing season but will take all the extra vegetables we can! I dice the tomatoes & freeze them for soups or [...]
This summer my daughter made us a breakfast burrito. It was so delicious, but it was too much. She used a larger tortilla. I thought how could I take her amazing ingredients and scale it down. Egg, Sausage, Red Pepper & Spinach I started with 1 egg, 1 breakfast sausage, red pepper and spinach. Once [...]
What If We are the Only “Church” some People will Ever See…
The Bible I am a Catholic, I was raised in the Catholic faith. I do not agree with many of the manmade rules of the Catholic Church. When I was growing up our family was very involved in our church. When our daughters were growing up, we were Eucharist Ministers, our eldest daughter was a [...]
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