When I do not get to spend time sewing or hand appliqueing I always feel like I did not accomplish a lot. But you know that is a stupid statement. We all accomplish a lot during each day in retirement. It is just that sometimes we cannot do what we want to do when we want to do it. I hope this is not another lesson for me from God in patience! LOL
Anyway, I am so thankful that I did get the iMAC set up and running when I did even if I did push too much and it bit me in the bottom on Thursday. Friday we went to BAMC for Clay’s hand. They took out the stitches and then put him in a full cast. Friday evening Clay realized that there were some issues with the cast and Saturday we went back to BAMC (this time to the ER) for them to trim off some very very rough edges. It only took 20 minutes for that to happen – OH but YES – it took a 5 and one half hours wait time! Needless to say the only thing I accomplished was to vacuum and mop the floors before we decided to take care of the cast problems yesterday rather than Tuesday. That would have made Clay have some bad issues with being able to move his thumb and 2 fingers that are not restricted! Whew! Glad that is over with – needless supper was at 8:30PM!
There is one good thing – we do not go back until 7 Feb to BAMC for pre-op checkup and then on the 13th Clay will have the reconstructive surgery. There are 2 other appts at the end of January, but nothing big so we are both looking forward to settling in and relaxing before it starts over again!
Today has been a gift from God! Peace and quiet, worked on the iMAC with Apple support who was the best Technical guy I had found in the last 4 months! Great help! I now have both email accounts loaded on all Apple products! There was one thing we did that caused me some time I had not accounted for – duplicate emails from the 2nd account, but they are all gone now
We have been watching the games and enjoying relaxing! Clay is doing fine – no pain – he is really a great one to care for! He just handles things! Maybe I need to take lessons from by guy! (Never happen to this Hyper Type A!)
Have a wonderful week and enjoy stitching – I am hoping to have something about quilting to blog about this next week!