Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Did you see?

I have been so bored the last couple of days. This is what I did while I could do nothing but lay around with my foot propped up:

*watched movies

*read "The Gathering Storm"

*rearranged my farm(s) on facebook

*got a zoo on facebook

*played Bejeweled

*played various other computer games

*watched t.v. (there is nothing on t.v. in the daytime worth watching)

*caught up on blog reading.

And it is the last that I am glad I did. I usually have so much homework and housework that I have no extra time. I make time to read a couple of blogs regularly, others I read sporadically and still others I read when I get a minute and think about it.

Design Mom, unfortunately, has fallen into the last category. But yesterday I was able to hop over there and try and do some catching up. And I was surprised and happy when I did because she had a little spotlight on my brother in law, (see entry about modernSHAPE). Go Jacob!

In other news, the doctor took the post op bandaging off yesterday. He told me there was a bone spur attached to the screw that he had to clip off and that is the reason I am having so much pain still. But I only get to wear the beautiful, fashionable blue shoe for a couple more days, then it is back to my boring old plain shoes.

And I get to go back to work. All those days I wished I had nothing to do? No longer because I have HATED not being able to do all the things I wish I didn't have to do.




Indeed.

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4 comments:

Dad Mom said...

Glad you are doing better. There isn't anything to watch at night either. Love Mom

Karlene said...

Sorry about the extra pain. :( But I'm glad you're on the mend. Was Gathering Storm worth the wait?

Kimberly said...

I love that last line because that is so exactly how I've felt the last few months. Glad the end is in sight!

Sandra said...

Karlene- I am not sure. I am still in the first half of the book. It took me a while to get back into it. But I am not sure if that is because it has been awhile since I read and had to remember what had been going on, or if it was the meds, or what. But once I got past the prologue it was better.