Sunday, October 9, 2011

Carry On

I woke up at 3:00 and read my Bible chapters.  I felt really sick when I first woke up.  I thought I might not be able to work today.  But after I got up, dressed and moved around awhile, I felt much better.  The doctor says when you wake up feeling bad, go ahead and work for an hour or so.  If after an hour you still feel sick, go back to bed.  If you feel better, carry on.

Travis had company.  Molly, Ken, Zac, Braeden, and Ashlyn were all with him at my house.  They had been to see Braeden run cross country and were getting ready to watch the Arkansas Razorbacks play Auburn.  I got to see them all on Skype.  I can't wait to see them live and in person in December.

Today I cleaned one of the cabins to prepare for a client coming in soon.  I also cleaned the shower and toilets.  It was all finished by 11:00.  John was still feeding a tree, but he told me to take it easy until lunch.  So I did.

Lunch was watermelon, star apple, avocado, banana, and coconut.

After lunch I checked emails and Facebook and played a game of Mahjong Titans on the computer, practiced my flute, checked on the watermelons, and started a book called The Millionaires by Brad Meltzer.  It's a Reader's Digest Condensed Book.  There are scores of Reader's Digest Condensed Books around here.

I studied my supplemental lesson on Pediatrics about care of the skin, hair and ears.

Supper was tomato, cucumber, avocado, sauerkraut, a few pecans and a date.  I didn't have much of an appetite tonight.  John broached the subject of interviewing me on a video with his new camera.  The subject will be the course he teaches.

After supper I checked my messages and played Mahjong Titans.  I didn't take my computer to my cabin tonight, mainly because I was afraid the new client would arrive and it would disturb him.  But he hasn't shown up yet.  I just knitted on my scarf to the sounds of nature.  I should finish the scarf tomorrow.

I went to be at 8:00 and read...not for very long...I think I slept with the book open in my hand for an hour.  That's the position I was in when I woke up at 9:00 and turned out the light.

To health and happiness.

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