Monthly Archives: July 2016

Pictures of Ruby

Sunday, July 31, 2016 Today I am grateful for some decent pictures of Ruby the rental grand-cat.  She has turned our house into her very own Ninja Warrior Course.   Doors we closed turn up open, often suddenly when she … Continue reading

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Conscious Decisions

Saturday, July 30, 2016 Today I am grateful for conscious decisions.  Before I went to Weight Watchers this morning I made the conscious decision to not turn the computer on until late in the afternoon.  I almost had the bends. … Continue reading

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Lazy Summer Days

Friday, July 29, 2016 Today I am grateful for lazy summer days.  “Roll out those lazy, hazy, crazy days of suuuummer.  Those days of soda and pretzels and beer. . .”  Yeah, you sing it, I’ll pass.  I’ll also pass … Continue reading

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Found the Rental-Grand-Cat

Thursday, July 28, 2016 Today I am grateful we found the rental grand-cat.  Yesterday we had heart attacks.  Many.  Both of us.  One of my friends has her grandsons visiting her and they played board games with Himself while she … Continue reading

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Mini-Head-Vacations

Wednesday, July 27, 2016 Today I am grateful for mini-head-vacations.  I went to water aerobics at an outdoor pool today.  What an absolutely glorious morning.  When it was over we had to exit the pool quickly because of the every … Continue reading

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Meltdowns

Tuesday, July 26, 2016 Today I am grateful for meltdowns.  Man, I feel great today!  I think yesterday’s total and complete meltdown was good for me.  I recommend it.   Here’s the thing I’ve learned.  I feel moved to tears … Continue reading

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Colored Pens

Monday, July 25, 2016 Today I am grateful for colored pens.  Why?  Because it took four different colors to back-check the problems I had created in our checkbook!  Four!   Also four (4) hours.  Also at least four power outages, … Continue reading

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