Ever since I can remember, when it rains in the spring, the earthworms come out. Today was no different, and I had to dodge thousands of them during my walk this morning.
It sure feels nice to not be George Jetson at the breakfast table anymore.
Got out for a nice walk late in the afternoon after a day of Teams calls and naps (that's a new combination for me–I like it!). Here's a formula to demonstrate: Fc + Ft = Zzz(where Fc is Chemo fatigue, Ft is Teams fatigue and Zzz is Naps) Anyhow, it's been unusually warm this spring … Continue reading 102/365 : Hope springs eternal
Not venturing far from home (from home? Ha! Not far from my recliner LOL) today, was able to see some encouraging signs of life budding on the pear tree we planted last fall. https://www.flickr.com/photos/emrold/51109691882/in/photostream/
It was a good thing I snapped this early, because it was the one and only shutter actuation of the day. I was wiped out and uninspired; turns out the day after chemotherapy treatment is rougher on the system than I expected it to be. With luck tomorrow will be better. https://www.flickr.com/photos/emrold/51107936083/in/dateposted/
I turn my head for a minute after having asked Danielle to carve the remaining meat off this wonderful leg of lamb we had for dinner, and what do I see? https://www.flickr.com/photos/emrold/51105989396/in/datetaken/ A return to basic instincts. "The knife couldn't get to all the meat on the bone. What was I supposed to do?" At … Continue reading 99/365 : I married a cavewoman