Update for those who follow us here. We are done with chemo. My wife wanted to try a 5th chemo, but she is unable to handle it. the latest MRI is bad. Family has been visiting this week. They have seen a decline in the 5 day they were here. She probably has 3 months. My focus is on her quality of life. More family will be visiting.
It's Monday and raining. I woke up around 6-ish and decided to stay up, get dressed (in outside clothes), and go somewhere as practice for getting back to regular living hours again (maybe, someday). Walked down to the corner store for a few things. Point of the story is, I successfully talked to people in a nice way before I had any coffee in me.
i need to go do some measuring in my co-worker's area, because i'll be moving over there after she retires next month. she's not there right now, but i feel sort of weird. like going through grandma's things and saying what you are going to take while she is still alive. :P
In preparation for the Candy, I mean Holiday, Season, #ThrowOutThursday involves throwing out old candy. If it's not in a wrapper, it's automatically gone. If I don't like it, it's gone. If I don't think the kids should eat it, it's gone. That about leaves DumDums and a few bags of Skittles. =)
Last night, went with wife, brother, sister-in-law to Campo di Bocce (restaurant & bocce ball courts), which my wife & I go to once a month or so, for my birthday dinner...partly because CdB gives people a full four-course dinner, anything on the menu (appetizer, salad, entree, dessert) for free on their birthday. And it's a pretty good restaurant.