Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Wednesday already?

Monday we spent most of the day on taxes, only to get near the end and realize we didn't have everything we needed.

Yesterday we spent the day with Brenda and Rex (Bobby's older sister and husband). It was fun, pleasant, informative, and I came home with several possible garden ideas. I've intermittently spent the day trying to e-mail the pics from his phone, to no avail. A few minutes ago I gave up and decided to text them to myself, even though that meant losing some of the quality. And guess what...they all came through. Go figure.

Since it didn't rain, I spent part of the day outside cleaning up a little bit in my garden area, and planted a few sprigs of romaine lettuce and cabbage. If I had some potting soil on hand I would have done a little more, but I was getting tired and I don't, so I didn't. I still have two more things on my to-do-list before church, but I'm thinking they might not happen today.

We signed up for a Netflix account, and one of the shows we were watching is suddenly not available anymore. We could get the DVD through the mail order service, which we don't have, but we can no longer stream it. I'm not exactly very happy about that. Also, many of the movies I was hoping to see are available on DVD, but not through streaming. I'm not sure why that is. And it makes me wonder if we should call and switch our account from streaming to the DVD mail service.

Meanwhile I have four more weeks (I think) until my next sugar test. The last few weeks have actually gone way better than I anticipated, and I'm hoping by the time the test comes I will actually have established a few good habits. Wouldn't that be nice?

It's hard to believe this week is almost over, much less the month. My teachers used to tell us we'd one day feel that way and we needed to stop wishing our lives away. And now I get it. I guess that makes me officially old.

1 comment:

Jennifer said...

it seems all the good shows need a dvd (which we don't do). It does come in handy with watching kids and the boys love to watch their Andy Griffith every night, so we keep it:)