Sunday, August 05, 2012

I have rediscovered my original blog, which only had one word before so I now invite you to read me at

Wednesday, August 17, 2005


I have discovered that the most difficult thing about blogging is.....remembering to do it! Nothing new. My husband went to his new doctor yesterday and - drum roll, please - actually likes him. My life is now complete. Gosh, I sound like a sarcastic witch. Oh wait, I am a sarcastic witch!

Everyone in my life is doing well this week. My grandson likes his teacher, my daughter tolerates her job, my husband likes his doctor and I love hydrogen.

My favorite quote this week is from the bible "a cheerful heart is a good medicine, but a downcast spirit dries up the bones." Proverbs, I think.

Friday, August 12, 2005


OK, today I have a question on my mind. I recently heard news that one of my relatives must have his toes amputated. My question is - if you are a construction worker and have your toes amputated, do you still have to wear steel toe boots and why? and if you do, is there an outlet for single shoes? and do single shoes have the same dating issues as the rest of the world?????

Wednesday, August 10, 2005


I am not sure that I have anything in me worth writing but I enjoy reading enough to try it. I know, that's sort of like enjoying eating and thinking this makes you a cook. Not necessarily true, but not always false.

Myanderings are the meanderings of my mind and today I have meandered into the realm of doctors and insurance and veterans and frustration. My husband had a doctor's appointment at a clinic we have previously used. They have in the meantime changed their policy re; our insurance carrier, who has also changed since we last used it. This confused, frustrated, enraged and made my husband basically incoherent at which point he called me to yell - not AT me, but at me. So, while he was ranting, I got on the other phone, found another specialist, made sure that he took our insurance, made an appointment, called his old doctor, arranged to have his records faxed to the new doctor and still did my office stuff. It's amazing how hard that looks written and how easy it was to do.

Oh, well, it's almost quitting time so I should get all my ducks in a row and write more later.

Catch y'all later

Thursday, August 04, 2005

Just a test

Hey, everyone. I am trying to enter the 21st century. A few years late I know, but then I am rarely on time for anything...