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« Reply #50 on: October 07, 2010, 06:47:21 PM »

I love this thread because it reminds me that I'm not always to blobby to do anything.  And it does, like Stoday says, give us a peek into each others' lives.

We've had beautiful autumn weather here in Chicagoland, so I walked to the hardware store and bought some gardening supplies, namely some thick gloves and some garden rubbish bags.  With the walk back home, I got in 2.5 miles which made me feel healthy and virtuous.  I watched All My Children (the only soap I've ever watched, and I've been watching it on and off since it started in 1970), had some lunch and then started clearing out my front beds.  My Japanese barberry bushes are overgrown, so I trimmed them up.  I removed spent dill and trimmed my blackberry bushes, hence my need for think gardening gloves.  I then relaxed on the deck and read "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks" until my son called from London.  He's really into music, so he calls and has me look up/listen to various bands on YouTube, and then we discuss the bands' relative merits.  He teaches me about really obscure bands like Red Jumpsuit Apparatus or some such thing.  I'm such a cool mom! :cuddle;

My husband is teaching tonight, so I am watching Devdas, a Bollywood film with Aishwarya Rai who is the most beautiful woman in the world.  I'm flipping between that and the baseball playoffs.  I have very varied interests. :rofl;

Isn't porridge high in phosphorus?  I do miss a good bowl of porridge.  Seriously, is that safe to eat?  If so, I'm going out to the shops tomorrow to buy some!
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« Reply #51 on: October 07, 2010, 08:37:44 PM »

Dropped from vicarious exhaustion after reading about cariad's day.

 :rofl; :rofl; :rofl;

I think I have a talent for making very little sound like something. That's a gift that academia bestows upon most of its graduates.

Today was not such a great day. Colleagues all came down with tragic amnesia and were wistfully stating that they missed hideous coworker (even the colleague who played no small part in getting her the sack). There is not enough work for me to do so I had to call the company owner and tell him I need more work or I'm going to have to quit the position. He sent me a proposal to proof, which I have yet to touch, though I'm sure it will be interesting.

Spoke to Northwestern. Topic for another discussion, but it was frustrating. They demand excruciatingly detailed accounts of every complaint, I suppose because it must be reported in their final analysis? I find it difficult enough to describe pain, but the sort of detail they require is beyond my capabilities. Research nurse also has a habit of making contradictory statements and then resisting clarification.

Other than that, errands, labs which went very smoothly, conference calls, and sadness at the school when I picked my younger child up and found he had refused to participate in part of karate. I sat him down in a quiet room and he told me "J said he did not want to be my partner even though we are still best friends". I've heard that he and J are close, but am starting to suspect that J is gravitating away from my son. We discuss the incident and I go find his teacher and suggest that four and five year olds are too young for the stress of picking partners and facing rejection. She agrees and tells me that the week prior, the girls were in tears over this very issue. We know sensei and the assistant very well, so Gwyn will ask them to reconsider this policy. I encourage my son to branch out and make other friends in his class. He tells me that he is also friends with A (who does not take karate) but I am still relieved to hear this. On the up side, we always knew he would be a musician, and he is doing very well in piano. From the age of 2 months, his nickname has been Satchmo. :)
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« Reply #52 on: October 07, 2010, 08:43:40 PM »

Half done with writing my legal research paper due on Monday.  The second half should go quickly, as I've got a very detailed outline and the conclusion already decided on.  Still 3 days to finish it, so I'm doing well for time.

Also filled out all kinds of medical release forms for transfer to potential new neph in my new home town.  Got those done and mailed, as well as copies and a letter to the new doc's office to tell them to expect the paper flood.  Those were on my "idonwaaaaaaanna" list so it's good to have them off my list of chores.  While I was in form mode, I also sent out things about aid and disability reviews that weren't due for a bit yet.  Nice to be ahead of the list for once.  Besides, once I had that boring mess done, it was a lot easier to do an interesting research paper, even when I'd rather have done something pointless and fun.
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« Reply #53 on: October 08, 2010, 07:19:30 PM »

I finished the washing - and found more!!! Luckily the days here are lovely and sunny so everything's drying really well. I even did some watering in my poor neglected garden. (How do I 'garden' while on PD - without doing any lifting? ::::: Very carefully   :)
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« Reply #54 on: October 08, 2010, 10:48:12 PM »

I didn't do anything today except get up, eat, and go to dialysis, but in my head, I slowly made a list of stuff I need to do.

1. Need to call and make an appointment with the registrar at UPEI.  I've put my life on hold for far too long, and if I want to do the things I want to do, I have to start at it now, kidney or no kidney.  I'm thinking that if I explain my situation to her, perhaps she will have some options or suggestions for me to be on dialysis and get my education at the same time.

2.  Need to call the university pool and make an appointment for an orientation for myself and my mom.  We both need the exercise and we both love the water, so I was thinking that an aquafit class would be good for us

3.  Need to clean the crap off my computer. The hard drive is full, mostly with downloaded tv shows.  Now, that's just something I need to get off my posterior and do, instead of playing around on message boards. *L*

Mom wants to take me shopping tomorrow.  I don't like shopping, never did, but I suppose it's a necessary evil.  At least part of it will be fun.  We're getting a new phone for my Bro, cuz the one he has, the service is crap, and his work can't get a hold of him.  If they can't reach him, he could lose his job.
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« Reply #55 on: October 09, 2010, 05:49:05 AM »

Finished two loads of laundry!!!!
The day is yet young, so I hope to accomplish much more!
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« Reply #56 on: October 09, 2010, 04:07:45 PM »

I didn't do anything today either.  Mom and I went out to supper.  I imagine Mom will be on her computer all evening, researching furnace payment plans.  Ours kicked the bucket last night
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« Reply #57 on: October 10, 2010, 02:26:21 PM »

I'm exhausted and probably won't be able to move tomorrow, but today I took down 8 mini blinds and washed. Then washed all of my windows on the out side! Glad my house is only 1 story, that darn ladder was getting heavy. I'm sure that Michigan won't have very many more days in the 70's so it had to be done. You're probably wondering what  DH did. He graded the driveway and cut down 2 dead trees. We are ready for winter :clap;
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« Reply #58 on: October 10, 2010, 08:32:56 PM »

I'm jealous, Pam. We are sooooo unprepared for winter.

OK! I'm not sure I accomplished anything so much as desperately tread water all day. Gwyn has whatever virus I had a week ago, and spent the entire day in bed. I did get to sleep in a bit - until about 8:30 AM. Read a bit, then showered for the day. I knew it was supposed to be well into the 80s, and this always energizes me. Aidan had soccer game at 11:15 on the fringe of town and I wanted to leave by 10:30.

Grabbed iced tea and Clif bar for self, ice water for Gwyn, lemonade for the kids while also taking a moment to chuck a few juice packs into the fridge to cool. Asked Aidan to get breakfast for himself and brother while I applied sunscreen, made more iced tea, and finished washing up that would not fit in machine last night. Packed up water bottle, change of shirt for Liot in case of emergency, candies for after game, juice packs, soccer ball (Aidan insisted), and tea for self. Remembered to take drugs before leaving. Sunscreen kids. Late leaving, arrived on time but proper pitch was not on map so wandered around with two kids in blistering heat until we found field. Five minutes late. Elliot persistently tells me that I was going to take him to the bouncy slide, so I cannot watch match.

Took Liot to bouncy slide and bouncy castle. He ran back and forth across the grass to get between the two, sans shoes. I wanted him to be wherever the older children were not, but quickly realised that he had much more fun with the older kids and I was going to lose this battle. Finally lured him away with promise of fresh lemonade, and we return to field just in time to collect Aidan. They've lost horribly, but the usual suspects have scored - Aidan, coach's son, one of the two "wonder brothers" (the other is an amazing goalie) and a fourth player. Aidan informs me he wants to have a go on bouncy slide and castle. I relent, and his entire team turns up to play with him, as well as best friend who is on another team. Liot wants to slide with Aidan. Aidan does not want to slide with Liot. Team mate of Aidan's grabs Elliot's hand and says "I'll take him". Teammate plays with Elliot for nearly half an hour while Aidan is free to do as he pleases with other friends. I cannot thank this kid enough.

Return home, Aidan showers, I make "Crazy Ol' Aidan Sandwich" (which Liot insists is actually called a "Crazy Ol' Elliot Sandwich) consisting of (brace yourselves) hot dog roll with full banana, peanut butter, and jam. Slice in half as we only have one roll left and both kids want this for lunch. Aidan asks for chocolate on his, I say no, then end up bringing over chocolate sprinkles for them. I swear them both to secrecy. Drive Aidan to friend's house, take Elliot with me to co-op. We buy much needed groceries and return home. Elliot is scratching his head vigorously. This can mean only one thing. I check his hair - sure enough.... Treat his head for lice, give him a shower, comb through his hair, he is so very patient through all of it. Gwyn informs me that parent's of Aidan's friend will drop Aidan off around 5:30PM. Thank you, parents! Aidan returns, they chill in front of television, and I will realise later that Liot was supposed to be at ice skating course this evening. I make easiest dinner possible (pasta with sauce from a jar). They eat this, tell them both to get pajamas on. Do washing up and laundry. Read Elliot a story. Send them both to bed. More cleaning and more laundry. Now sitting down to IHD. I have a write-up due tomorrow for work that will probably take me an hour or so, and then hopefully to bed though house is still utter disaster. Gwyn says he is feeling a bit better, so I am hopeful for tomorrow. Tired.
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« Reply #59 on: October 10, 2010, 09:51:28 PM »

I slept till one o'clock this afternoon from midnight! Surprised me!   Accomplished getting dressed and going out to dinner with hubby!
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« Reply #60 on: October 11, 2010, 01:27:18 AM »

I like Kits plan of Action the best. Today I did two loads of laundry and all my ironing. Tomorrow, going to be admitted to the hospital for my angiogram. Finally!!! My son is here, and he barbecued 2 tri tip roasts and some chicken. We had potato salad ( leeched potatoes) and beans. Then he deicded he needed to go to the store and came back with a watermelon, a large box of strawberries and some chocolate to melt. So I showed him how and he made those also. We ate nearly all of them. Now it is after midnight so no food or water.My mouth is dry already. Into hospital at 8 A.M. with lots of hydration for the kidneys and then the angio at noon. Probably will spend one night in that lovely establishment, I hope and then come home.
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« Reply #61 on: October 11, 2010, 10:09:20 AM »

Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers, Jean.   I hope the test goes well.  We'll be waiting for the results.    :cuddle;
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« Reply #62 on: October 11, 2010, 07:53:36 PM »

The dreaded oral presentation is done, as well as the related research paper.  Hurray!  I can speak in public - I just don't like to!
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« Reply #63 on: October 11, 2010, 10:14:36 PM »

Got up (SLOWLLLY), got a few calls made to docs,  ready for pt, drove to Mc Donalds for coffee and a chicken wrap and then got on highway to go to pt. Got home, took out garbage, started cleaning kitchen, layed down for a bit, got back up to finish kitchen and made a sandwich. Then emptied more trash, took a shower, got something to drink and fell asleep in my room watching Top Gear and now took meds late.
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« Reply #64 on: October 11, 2010, 10:28:43 PM »

I did nothing today except go to dialysis... my weekly walk schedule starts tomorrow.  I'm hoping that by the end of the month, I can walk up to the top of the hill without being sore and out of breath
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« Reply #65 on: October 12, 2010, 08:23:04 AM »

I played a game with one of my fifteen year old students.  We played it for half an hour because he can't read or write (well) and refuses to access an education (I teach him English).  He probably learnt more in that half hour than I've managed to teach him in the last month, because it was a literacy based game where you have to make words up and the better you do, the better you score (like Scrabble, but not really like Scrabble at all).  I'm actually quite chuffed with myself.  And he probably thinks he's got one over on me because he didn't have to read and write ... ha!

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« Reply #66 on: October 12, 2010, 11:16:59 AM »

Nice one, Poppy! 

I tutored a little girl in math years ago who insisted she was never going to need to learn fractions.  Her teacher had been trying for weeks. So I brought in the Toll house Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe and told her when she could properly double the fractions for all the ingredients, I would bring her the double half of the batch.  She had cookies the next time I came to tutor her.  Nothing like the proper motivation.... ;)
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« Reply #67 on: October 12, 2010, 01:26:24 PM »

*giggles*  double half the batch.  Nice one..

I feel like I accomplished something, but I don't think I did.. I did my walk to the mailbox.  Got Beauty and the Beast in the mail today, Yay!  I came home, cleaned out my purse, which was mostly gauzes, band aids, and surgifoam.  I put that in a separate bag and put it in my dialysis kitbag, and that's about it.  I may go out with Mom later to get fuel for the heater.
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« Reply #68 on: October 12, 2010, 03:39:06 PM »

Decided on a bathtub for my bathroom reno  (I'm so tired of my indecision that I almost let a stranger flip a coin) AND I put out 6 huge paper yard waste bags with garden waste from fall cutting back of perennials.
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« Reply #69 on: October 12, 2010, 08:33:51 PM »

I went to doc's at Kaiser 8:30 a.m., got the stitches out of my arm, Hurray!  Then came home and took a four hour nap.  Watched TV alla fternoon, read a book, then here.
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« Reply #70 on: October 12, 2010, 09:18:08 PM »

Did not accomplish anything but sleep and clean. Fell asleep while texting, but sleeping on the floor felt good.
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« Reply #71 on: October 13, 2010, 06:37:21 AM »

Today I used my Wii Fit Plus for the first time in six weeks (my accomplishment being that I found the Oompf! to use it).  It grumbled at me because it thought I was heavier than the last time I used it.

*gasp* (I've lost at least 4 Ibs in that six weeks!)

Before I waddle off to Weight Watchers tonight I will be sure to put on really light clothing.

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« Reply #72 on: October 13, 2010, 08:17:42 AM »

Not yet.
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« Reply #73 on: October 13, 2010, 01:32:39 PM »

Went to the library then headed to the hardware store for some nails for my dad and then to the Dollar store for crackers.
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« Reply #74 on: October 13, 2010, 02:43:17 PM »

Went to the office for 5 hours and then picked up groceries (store "shopped" for me)  got home and cleaned out the fridge (lots of take out boxes since i was in the hospital last week) and am slowly organizing cabinets as I out the things away....  probably won't get finished  but at least I made  a dent!!!
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