2020 November 03

Tuesday

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I woke this morning with my right arm outside of the covers and as cold as death. I brought it under the covers but kept it away from my body as though it belonged to a stranger. Within a half an hour I was able to, once again, welcome the banished limb. However, by then it was time to rise and shine. Thus submitting all of me to the fifty degrees of ambient air.Unlike yesterday, I recalled that we are no longer using daylight savings. So I was able to capture the sun during its first attempt to burn through the blanket of clouds.Before long, Sol was burning brightly.

🎶Sunny day

Chasing the clouds away

Find my way

To where the air is sweet

Can you tell me how to get

How to get to sesame street

How to get to sesame street

Come and play

Everything’s a-ok

Friendly neighbors there

For all to meet

Can you tell me how to get

How to get to sesame street

How to get to sesame street

(Get lost)🎶

Songwriters: Bruce Hart / Jon Stone / Joseph G. Raposo
Sesame Street lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management

  • The covid test was done in the CVS drive-thru. It was self administered, which means, I stuck that extra long Q tip up my own nose. One and a half inches up my nose and then swirl it around two full times. Not pleasant, but okay. The hard part was just leaving it hanging there an eternity — okay, it was 15 seconds — but it seemed much longer. And THEN, up the other nostril and repeat.

With all of the groceries purchased last week, we still ran out of milk and bread.

I have been having back pain for the last 6-8 weeks. I kept thinking out would go away. It hasn’t. So, Thomas’s Appointment Has Been Scheduled, Nov 5, 2020 at 11:00 AM, Hailey Watson, APRN, FNP-C

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Just a little reminder to myself for times of sunrise and sunset.

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