I can finally move my right knee again. Just got a cortisone shot, it will be good for close to 3 months if the relief is the same as the last several shots. It is so wonderful to walk without a limp, or the fear that my knee will collapse when I stand suddenly. December looks to be a very busy month, and I want to be able to navigate painlessly, even though I do a lot of shopping online.
I ordered a chamois shirt for my son, he wears one as an overshirt, and the one he has really looks tatty. I couldn't decide which size to get, large or extra large, so I got one of each, and then can send the other one back. Hope he likes it. I ordered from Carrheart.
I haven't been able to see my therapist, the time since my last appt. has just flown by, and now she has moved (I think) and can no longer be reached at the phone number she had before. I tried again today.
I can't tell you where I took this picture, just that it is somewhere near Helvetia WV. A beautiful little hidden stream. I put it here as a reminder of the green months, not just the brown crispy ones we are having now. I have watched the incredible tornado/hurricane devastation across the country and the world, and it feels really trivial to complain about merely fall days. I can't imagine what all the homeless people will do as winter approaches. I read somewhere recently of someone gathering up the "gotta keep it" bag with the irreplaceable items to grab as you are going to safety, and I couldn't imagine how I would do this. My main fears would be for the horses, the dogs, and the cats. I couldn't exactly stuff them in a pillowcase and make a run for it. Photos? There are probably no more than 50 that I would salvage, but now I have all my photos stored in the cloud, so they are retrievable. My fountain pen collection? Maybe, they would all fit in a shoebox, but would I be devastated without them? I don't think so. As long as my family and furry ones are OK, so I will be. It's only stuff.
Still have some work to be done on my scarf knitting project, so I will get to it. Take care.
Bumper sticker for the day: "Of course I talk to myself. Sometimes I need expert advice."