I'm not sure what was happening with this blog page, but I have not been able to get on it until now. I had so much to tell you, but I've forgotten it all. Don't worry. I'll make something up if I have to.
Oh, I remember. I had my oil changed yesterday. It might not seem that interesting to most of you, but to me...it's another milestone. Another 3 months, another 3 thousand miles.
When I used to give blood (for the purpose of helping others) I would tell people it felt like getting my oil changed. I guess your body has to re-make the pint they just took out. I always felt re-charged. If you've never done it, try it. If you give, keep on giving. I've given over a gallon (not at one sitting however or I wouldn't be here to tell you about it). I remember when I was a little girl, my dad would come home with a cotton ball and tape over the bend of his arm because, "I gave blood today", he would say. Though, I never understood what that meant, I always thought he was somebody's hero. He was. Mine.
I must say, I've been feeling good the past few days. I'm not even as tired as I was. I've got a doctor's appointment at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance next week. I'm sure Dr. Eaton will just write "ditto" next to the date. No change, Patient Looks Great...see you in a month.
I'd better get ready for bed. I've got a lot of work to do tomorrow and morning will come early.
Sleep tight, don't let the bed bugs bite...
P.S. Dream Teamers, if you don't have anything planned this weekend, some of us are meeting at the Mt. Vernon Haggens to raise money and awareness for A.B.A.F.T.C. Many of you will be attending the Relay University for the American Cancer Society so I might be up there by myself. Let me know if you're interested in joining me for a fun filled day next to a Starbuck's.