August 30, 2018
Good morning. Today looks really pretty outside my door, and the temps are cooling down today to the low to mid eighties. Awesome! Tomorrow should be in the seventies. Wowsie! I have to do some grocery shopping, so I'm really appreciating these cooler temps.
Sadly, I also have to pick up refills of my breathing meds. Would you believe that my co-pay for these two meds is almost nine hundred dollars? Thankfully, this is for a three month subscription. I think I'm going to look into Hemp Oil. It seems to be good for a lot of things, so maybe it can be used as a breathing medicine. That would be nice because it is a whole lot cheaper than man made drugs. If anyone is already using it, please let me know what you think of it.
Well, in the midst of all the madness these past couple of days, my grandson Kevin had a milestone birthday. Kevin turned twenty one a couple days ago! Our two pound miracle baby is all grown up and is quite a handsome and really nice young man.
Here are photos of Kevin, first starting to play basketball, then at a picnic gathering with his Mom (Deanne) and then at work with his Dad (Eddie - they are electricians).
Kevin, I'm so proud of the young man you've become. I'm wishing you much love and happiness. Happy Birthday Kevin. I love you.
Yesterday I got up at 5:10 a.m. to be ready for the delivery of the refrigerators. Deanne called me shortly thereafter to make sure I was up. I had received a call letting me know that the delivery would be between 7:15 a.m. and 9:15 a.m.
I was taking no chances and was going to be ready by 7 a.m. Thank goodness because they were here before 8:30. Wow, I have to say that these two young fellows were awesome and very professional. That big old side by side went right out the door and down off the porch without a problem. Then the new fridge came in.
Next they took out the other fridge (in the main part of the house) and replaced it with a new one. In between installing it, they had to move my tall freezer over about an inch and bring it forward about two inches. They did, and everything fit perfectly.
As soon as they left, Deanne got here to help me put away all the food stuffs in both fridges. I took care of my stuff and Deanne put away the tenants' food stuff. Deanne, you are a blessing, and I really appreciate your help. Afterwards, I was able to rest a while before starting to put things back in their places. (my rooms are small so a lot of things had to be moved to make room for the delivery guys to do their job.)
Around 1:30 in the afternoon, Pogo took up his place by the door to watch for when Joe comes home. It' was going to be a while, at least a couple hours. After a while, Pogo lay down on the scatter rug he was sitting on, put his nose down into the rug and fell sound asleep. He never saw Joe's truck pull into the driveway. He did get his treat though, because Joe called out to him. The heat has been hard on Pogo too.
On another happy note, I had ordered some yarn and it arrived a couple of days ago. This order included enough yard to make another new afghan. A Grey one. I won't start it until after I get my Christmas projects finished, but I'll have the yarn for when I need it.
I've never made a grey afghan, and Herrschners came out with a new variegated color - Tunnel Vision. Here are the colors for the Grey afghan. Medium Grey, Dark Grey and Tunnel Vision. I think this afghan is going to be really pretty.
Now it's time to do a bit of blog reading and start in on a few chores. So, till tomorrow, Y'all stay cool and have a fantabulous day.
Hugs, Edna B.