Thursday, April 05, 2012

Getting It Down

Since I haven't been posting much, I realized that I need to put some stuff on here since I consider my post to be a sort of life journal so here goes:
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I started back with Meals on Wheels two Fridays ago and they had almost doubled my route and had some really stupid instructions on a few of them and so my two Fridays so far were both unpleasantly eventful. I'm glad I have this next one off (Good Friday).
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I really like my new physical therapist. I like the people and the location.
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I spent 10 or 15 minutes trembling in abject terror in a closet on Tuesday while the center of a rotating storm - that had already produced a few tornadoes - moved over my house. It was so loud and there was so much banging and shaking it felt (and sounded) like I was inside a closet inside a moving freight train rail car that was next to an airplane. The good news is that no skylights were broken. The picture at the top is hailstones all over my deck. There by the hose, it looked like someone had dumped out an ice chest.
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I discovered a cool secret bar today in the back of a cigar store. Nothing outside of the cigar store or inside the cigar store gives even the slightest hint that there is a bar back there. I'm not even going to tell my daughter about it.
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Today is my husband's 45th birthday. He won't be home until almost 9pm, but I hope it's going to be fun.

4 comments:

VioletSky said...

I am glad you are okay and that there was no damage to your home. I have been thinking about you (and a little worried when you hadn't posted...)

haphazardlife said...

Unpleasantly eventful - I love that phrase! It's brilliant.

It could also apply to that storm. Glad to know you had no damage.

mrwriteon said...

Knowing what the weather was like in your area, I was worried about you. Glad you're all OK. And HB to your man.

geewits said...

VioletSky,
~~Thanks. It sucked but no property damage.

Jazz,
~~You do love a turn of phrase. It just seemed to fit the situation, I didn't put too much thought into it.

Thanks Ian!