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Monday musings
Monday, October 22, 2018      21 comments

The goats have been sold and I have a request to provide the pedigrees for the young farmer who bought the nannies. I must take the address along to the office so I have it ready when I have rounded everything up. Only 4 more sessions of... Read more
Moving on and it is a good thing
Wednesday, October 17, 2018      20 comments

Feeling a little emotional this morning as we have penned the dairy goats in the barn and will take them to the sale barn today. I will miss them but it is time to move on. I could not do justice to them this summer and it was even a str... Read more
Dealing with snow and Open Enrollment
Tuesday, October 16, 2018      24 comments

The 2-4 inches of snow on Sunday morning was a surprise but it has since melted away in most areas, Church, coffee hour, lunch and a quick nap before driving 60 miles to watch the GS play football in his junior league playoffs. A brisk n... Read more
Yes, it snowed. It's Octo-brrr!
Saturday, October 13, 2018      18 comments

One to 2 inches of heavy, wet snow yesterday. The farmers want an end to the moisture and brighter days are coming with a touch of warmth. Now that we had a freeze, my center of attention is not the garden but the office as Open Enrollme... Read more
Moving into a wet pattern
Sunday, October 07, 2018      19 comments

The next few days we are to get more rain and have much cooler temperatures than normal. Although the grass was damp and it was mostly cloudy, I mowed the lawn. Hopefully for the last time this year but not making any promises. Farmers... Read more
All clear from GI Doctor
Wednesday, October 03, 2018      22 comments

Not much to report. No GI issues but a pleasant check in with a new doctor. Come back in 4-6 months. Hoping for a sunny day so I can pick the last of the tomatoes. There should be peppers, broccoli, eggplant and kale for the market Satu... Read more
Spectacular turnout for MIL's birthday
Wednesday, September 26, 2018      13 comments

We estimated that we had about 250 people for the birthday party and that was counting all the family members. I had no time to take pictures but it was a huge success. We had enough food but not so much that we needed to ship stuff ho... Read more
MIL's Birthday
Saturday, September 22, 2018      22 comments

My dear MIL turns 90 today and we have a huge birthday celebration. All the weeks of planning and organizing are a success. More details will be shared after the weekend's festivities and hopefully, a few photos as well. HUGS!... Read more
Cardiologist appointment
Thursday, September 13, 2018      23 comments

I met with the cardiologist on Tuesday and he was very glad to see that I am recovering well. He will see me in a year. No change in meds for now. I had another echo and all is normal. I also saw the doctor who treated me when I was ha... Read more
Cooler weather today
Thursday, September 06, 2018      25 comments

A very cool 50 degrees this morning. With the rain on Tuesday, we have to wait to mow lawn or spend time in the garden. It is a work day and I can handle 6 hours in the office. I gathered all my old flower vases and recycled them to the ... Read more
First day back to work
Wednesday, September 05, 2018      25 comments

I decided I needed to get back to work and the doctor said I could so I spend 6 hours in the office. Today it will be 2 due to cardiac rehab. I should be able to handle 20 hours a week for now. A misty rainy day yesterday so I stayed ou... Read more
A long absense
Friday, August 31, 2018      27 comments

I have really stepped back on SP but find I have mixed emotions to going back to work after heart surgery and all the complications with warfarin and internal bleeding. That is all behind me now but the days pass with a preoccupation wit... Read more
Cardiac surgeon is pleased.
Saturday, August 18, 2018      27 comments

My surgeon was very pleased with my recovery and saddened that the warfarin caused so much trouble. One in 4 million people have such dire results from this blood thinner. Mine was such a traumatic and almost deadly allergic reaction tha... Read more
Slow and steady wins the race
Friday, August 10, 2018      31 comments

Working to increase the amount of time spent on the machines in cardiac rehab. So far, 8 minutes is the maximum. That works for me. The therapists are cautiously proceeding. I wear a heart monitor the entire time and all has gone well. ... Read more
First day of cardiac rehab
Wednesday, August 08, 2018      27 comments

Monday's session was spent getting history and seeing what I was capable of doing now-not much. I will use the Nu-Step today (like a recumbent bike) and the treadmill. I am sure the hour will go fast but I do not anticipate huge gains or... Read more

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