Monday, August 19, 2019

Catch up

I spent the weekend catching up with some projects that have been on hold.
Some family history research, working with old photos, testing my sock pattern and cleaning out the inside of the car.

My Mom's flowers along Dad's garage.

I wounded my lawn mower last week...I didn't totally wreck it but will have to get some parts and help fix it.  In the meantime I stole borrowed my baby brothers zero turn.  All the lawns are mowed...well except for the hilly parts at my baby brothers...I just don't do hills.

This week we have multiple Doctors appointments.  Eight I believe...it is what we do.

Far Side

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  1. OMGosh! Eight appointments! Whew!
    One day at a time. ;)

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  2. Eight doctors' appointments. Guess that is most of your "social life" for the coming week. That's what my friends and I call weeks like you are facing. Good luck with your appointments.

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  3. I hear you. It's what we did, too.
    Take it easy in between / unsolicited advice!

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  4. Sorry to hear about your wounded lawn mower. And good luck at all those doctor appointments. Sounds grueling. :-(

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  5. Oh...8! My goodness. Yep I caught up yesterday also. Surgery for the knee is on the 22nd, supposed to be an easy one but lots of prep. I need to send in our skid steer! It isn't wounded but needs fluid changes and such and a battery. Uffda. Hope the appts go well.

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  6. Our lawn mower is finished with as of yesterday. Kaput. Instead of investing a couple grand in another one I'm going to pay the neighbour to mow.
    Hope all the doctor's appointments go well.

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  7. We were talking about this in Sunday School yesterday. How we all have so many doctor appointments and how we all keep up with them...this led to a discussion on meds, and some write it down..but I have alarms for all...take your pill, see your doc...argh...getting older is not for sissies. Our lawn mower quit a couple of months ago, and I loved it. This new one we bought blows teeny tiny bits of grass back up into my face. New is not better, that's for sure. Have a good week.

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  8. I hope all goes smoothly at your appointments! Gorgeous flowers and memories

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  9. Good Luck! I hope all the news is good!

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  10. Love the flowers, echinacea and morning glories! Good luck with all the doctor's appointments.

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  11. It's good to have some catch up time. That is way too many appointments for one week! I guess you will get a lot of socks or nests done. Those flowers are beautiful!

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  12. Sorry about the wounded mower but how nice that your brother is close enough to borrow his. That is a lot of appointments. I hope you get some rest in between.
    Blessings,
    Betsy

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  13. My whole summer consists of on hold projects. Our weather has added to the challenge of on hold projects.

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  14. So many doctors appointments can be draining...........

    Such pretty flowers

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  15. Nice of you to do all of the mowing when you borrow the mower.

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  16. The pink coneflowers are so pretty. Mine are leaning over, probably because they're so dry.
    I hope all the appointments go well.

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  17. Wow, you've got a busy week ahead of you! Glad you had some quiet time last weekend to catch up on projects--especially those wonderful Full Circle stories you just posted. Now, there's a project that means so much to people!

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  18. Lovely flowers! And good luck with all the appointments.

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  19. Remembering you both in our prayers.
    I love your Mom's flowers.

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  20. Your mom’s flowers look great. I bet one could talk gardens with here for quite a while. I can’t image the stack of paperwork that they will have after all those appointments.

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