Daily Archives: October 4, 2008
I had an asthma attack last night, and it was a blinger.
As I was falling back to sleep about 5:00 a.m. this morning, I decided to have a pajama day.
Here’s what I’ve been up to:
–Reading “The Lace Reader,” which is taking more twists and turns than a mountain road on a foggy night. It’s reading nirvana for me when the author tricks me by letting me think I know the answer. What a turn-on! Hey, I live a quiet life!
–Watching the movie “Bloodline,” 2008. Was Jesus married to Mary Magdalene, did they have a family? I know, this is a conspiracy flick, but I’m intrigued. I’m not through the whole thing yet, but I am sure that the movie will not prove anything, merely raise more questions.
–Some light cleaning (of myself and my living space).
–Reading and commenting on blogs.
And those are the boring details of my day.
But if you want to have a good laugh, watch Twitter is Down Again, Mein Fuhrer.
Funniest video I have seen in a long time!
And thanks to dcr blogs.com for the link.
I’m not setting the world on fire today.
Last night, I got through a fairly serious asthma attack.
So I’m laying low today, still lounging in my p.j.’s (but I showered and put clean p.j.’s on).
I’m sure that I have the cool wet weather to thank for my asthma “issues.”
I’m sitting in my green chair, wearing p.j.’s and socks, nice and warm under a blanket.
It is cold tonight.
I’m including a picture of my grandson Luka, for Caroldee.
What a week, my friends.
Tonight I’m going to watch the season premiere of “Ghost Whisperer,” then try to read for a bit before passing out.
“The Lace Reader” gets better as the story moves along, and someday I will tell you why.
But not right now.
I’ve been writing mental health progress notes all day, and puffs of smoke are coming out of my ears as I attempt to finish this post.