Friday, February 27, 2009
I went back to work today, and even though I tried not to do too much, it somehow sneaks up on ya, and wham! Pain! I'm exhausted and achy, nothing that some rest and meds won't take care of. At least now I know why the Dr wanted me to go back on a Friday. She specifically chose today instead of this coming Monday so I could have the weekend to recuperate from the day.
Master still can't quite shake the bug that's been keeping Him down. Hopefully He'll be able to heal completely this weekend too.
I guess you know what will be happening here in the next couple days, lol. Lots of rest and boring-ness. :)
Thanks to CeeCi for teaching me how to do the little separator lines. I know without doubt that I could have figured it out on my own, but omgosh it was so much easier getting the info from her! I suspect some aspects of blogging mundane things will be easier for me with the line, because I won't feel like I have to write a smooth narrative. So after my last entry, when I discovered that writing about Ordinary Days was still important, I was thinking this would help. Thanks CeeCi!
It was nice to drive today. I've driven super short distances on just 3 occasions since the surgery, and was driving very little for weeks before the surgery due to being so sick. So today, with a 60 mile round trip commute (yes, I work 30 miles from home) I had the chance to really drive. And felt a lot better while doing so than in the past couple of months. Of course it helps that Master has provided a very powerful vehicle, a Mercedes Benz C32 AMG, with 350 hp and the suspension, wheels, tires, and everything else, to support going really fast. All I have to do is keep a look out for the Sheriff so I don't get a ticket. I LOVE to go fast, lol. His car has the smae engine as mine, but is a much smaller car, so He goes lots faster than me. Except this one time? I caught Him off guard and got the jump on Him when the light turned green. That's the only time I've ever won a race against Him though.
I noticed the daffodils are sprouting, a certain sign of Spring, even if it doesn't stay this warm, it won't be too long. I don't care if that rotten groundhog DID see his shadow, my daffodils say Spring is on the way! The picture above is similar to what the daffodils outside look like today.
My Mom sent me a basket of blooming daffodils and tulips (growing in soil, not cut,) when I had the surgery. They sure did cheer me up. I just have to figure out what to do with them now. I don't know if I can just go plant them as is, or if I have to do something to them. I usually just get my bulbs in bulb form from the store and put them in the ground in the Autumn. Not sure what to do with the whole plant.
I don't have much energy left so this is it for now. I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend, no matter what you're doing.