So after he left I decided I would eat something so I could take these nasty pills that are supposed to make me better and then go back to bed. Prednisone 2x/day and Azithromycin 1x/day for 5 days. Wondering exactly when I'll be cured.
So this morning, I prepared and set it out thus :
My grandmother and later my mom, Gladys Thomas Czekala Center Osborne, would toast the bread, butter and jam it (today it's strawberry jam from our own garden) and 'sandwich' it. I would dunk these jellied 'sandwiches' in the tea, as a sandwich not as an individual piece. And that's what I did today. It was so much a memory and I loved it. I have another cup/sauce that a friend gave me, and one from from godmother, and one more that is like the ones my mom had...the one plate I still had and then I bought a set from eBay...remember that post?
So today I started my day very British and so looking forward to February when the Women's Association of the Lorain County Historical Society presents their high tea and I am blessed to be a part of this group, and will be included in the preparing and serving of the tea, helping with the take home token. I cannot wait. Even tho I no longer drink black or green tea, I can still love the niceties of that era. So much nicer than those huge coffee thingies that people buy at Starbucks and have to walk around with, or those heavy clunky mugs. Nasty! Today started out with me as a lady. Let's hope I can recall this in all my doings....today and every day.
A bit of a two-fer. This was from Jordan's FB page yesterday...and oh, yes..he is his father's son: Started 2014 off with a bang! Enjoyed not starting a new diet with a high choleterol breakfast with the neighbors which ended in a water balloon fight and other silliness, enjoyed Robert's favorite activity (using the carpet cleaner), thanks to my neighbors extension ladder I finished painting a hard to reach area above the stairway, changed the air filter and fixed a leak in the gutter. Ran to Lowe's and got stuff for the garden and with Lily's help, we got everything set up and planted some strawberries and installed a new sprinkler head for the garden. Showered. Hit up Five Guys Burgers & Fries, put the Christmas decorations in the attic, put the kids to bed, and then installed a new food disposal.
Today, from my bedroom room I took this picture of Robert's raised beds:
As for me, I'm comfortable I do not have to go out anywhere today, because I can't.