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Dose one done

Mom got her first dose of the coronavirus vaccine. Kroger was smart and scheduled her second dose while we were there so I don’t have to combat the online scheduling page on their website. I appreciate that. She had some arm soreness the second day but otherwise has felt perfectly normal. I’m glad for that. …

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I got one!

I literally almost cried when I got the confirmation screen. And again when I wrote it down in the appointment book and told mom. The joy of success! It took nine failed attempts, including three times when our appointment time was snatched out from under us before I could get the questions answered and the …

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Not my best day

On Christmas Eve I shut the dishwasher, pushed start, and black smoke billowed out. After freaking out, as well as questioning my options a bunch of times, I called 911. I didn’t want to go to bed and wake up to the smoke detectors going off. Fortunately the fireman who responded told me I’d done …

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Murky

Today was a terrible day in America. I’m sad, angry; I feel helpless. I think I was grumpy when I woke up this morning. Things did not improve. Mom Zoomed with her Wednesday Breakfast Group this morning. I stayed in my room but I could hear her laughing. It’s a good sound. It’s always just …

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All caught up!

I’ve got all my Weebly posts copied and pasted here– a whole day sooner than I thought I would. That’s mostly because I pushed through when I was well past bored of doing the chore. We’re starting over on a new platform. A platform, mind you, that I still need to learn. Oy vey. All …

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So much frustration (1/4/21)

I’m still typing up new entries on Weebly because it has taken me a while to figure out WordPress. I got all the necessary things: domain name, hosting, WordPress, then couldn’t figure out how to do it. It was incredibly frustrating. I cried lots and lots of tears. I demanded a refund and they sent …

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