Assisted Living February 22

Think Positive! GF diet

A Caregiver Can Hurt You.

Idaho Botanical Garden
Orchids

Good morning it is hazy with possible snow before the day is out. It’s 28F this morning. There was a traffic blockage in EasterinOregon near Cabbage hill. That is a bad section of interstate. What a thrill the first time I was driven over it.

I was awakened this morning by a rude medical person who enter the room, flip on all the lights, and preceded to set up her supplies to draw blood. She listen to me and had to jab one time. It is now 10:00am and they just brought my morning meds. They got my laundry earlier. It will be back on Thursday.

Depending on how cold am I dress and then open the blinds to see what kind of current weather is like.

My day starts at that time as I checked email, WordPress, Google News, and the local news. Next, I go to spider solitary and play it. The background does not hurt my eyes and I have sound blocked. Frustrated hit the cards hard and it has a calming effect.

Lunchtime my meal had several of my favorites, sweet potato, green beans, bread roll, some kind of meat and it tasted all right. Bread pudding first I had since 1995. Salad made of garden greens, and tiny tomato in it. My stomach would let me eat most of it. It started to snow but has now stopped

A social met me in the dining room and another one in my room. The latter one took my vitals. They were normal. The latter took my vitals. I have a Dr Pepper and will wait on my bed until Dinner. Reading POISON IN THE PANSIES by Dale Meyer

Dinner was good I got another ham sandwich, corn chips, and pudding full fruit cocktail. which I so much growing up and never brought it.

The forecast more snow tonight back to the below with strong chilly wind.

Goodnight and don’t let bedbugs bite.

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1 Response to Assisted Living February 22

  1. lghiggins says:

    We are having cold weather in OK too–icy this morning with mixed sleet, snow, and rain. When I open the door for the dogs to go out, they just turn around and return to their beds. At some point they will have to go out! It is interesting to read of your routine. I’m sorry for the rude awakening this morning. You had a bread roll and bread pudding–are they getting GF flour and/or baked goods for you? Sometimes an online game like your solitaire can be soothing just because it gets your mind off your problems. I’m glad you are able to see it. Stay warm.

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