Monday, November 19, 2012
Never got to any art this weekend. I did do some more gluing into my Tangle Binder, though. Got a late start on Friday and when my alarm went off to take my melatonin my hands were all sticky so I thought--I'll go take it in just a minute. Forgot. Well, since I've been sick my hours have shifted a bit later in the first place and I didn't get to bed until after 3am!
I find it endlessly amusing that if I sleep past 9am now I think half the day is gone--LOL! My 61 years of crazy, unpredictable hours were quickly forgotten since I started on the melatonin the end of February and have been on more regular hours. I was sometimes going to bed at 9 in the morning...or noon...or 5pm. I never knew.
Karma has adapted quickly, too. Never, ever used to cry to wake me up. She has the audacity now to start complaining if I'm not up by 8 or 9am. I hope to be back to my more regular schedule this week (somewhere in the vicinity of midnight to 8am). Just so-so-so funny to me. You'd think we were pod creatures. I have gotten used to being able to actually do things on certain days even--like blog! Never say never in this life. ;)
Karma has finally been in the new bed during the day once in a while.
She gets in and just stands there and complains a while first before she reluctantly tries to lie down and find a comfortable position.
She has managed to get comfortable enough to sleep deeply on occasion...
...but it's just not like her blue bed...
...with the squishy, comfy sides.
Karma has begun a brand new odd form of protest. She never goes in the bathtub. (Never say never, right?) And the last few days I have heard her yowling several times...
...and found her sitting in the bathtub in a foul mood.
Maybe it's time to put the blue bed back up on the love seat--LOL! ;)
The mystery building does not appear to be an apartment building as these walls go up. Probably another business of some kind.
The long yellow line--was an electric cable. You might have to click to see the larger picture but the new connecting road now has street lights! Getting to look a little too civilized out there.
Dagan and Leah got their stuff moved and spent their first night in the new home on Saturday night. They had a few more things to bring over on Sunday. That's all I know. They don't have internet hooked up yet, but Leah did make a video tour that she never had time to download onto her computer. So eventually we will all get to see a tour of the empty house all done and ready. So happy for them!
Let's see...oh, Caroline dumped the 40# bag of kitty litter for me--yes. (I had a couple people ask about that--worried about me and my bum arm.) And, yes, I am still coughing and tired and feeling off--but better than I was a week ago, by a long shot. ;)
Karma and I plan to have our usual nice quiet Thanksgiving here. I hope everyone (in US) has a wonderful Thanksgiving. We need to remember all year long what we are grateful for, right? I have such an endless list...too long to mention. So I shall just smile and wish you a beautiful, heartwarming week. :) :)
"As I walked down the avenue, the late afternoon sun was turning the lovely and dying sycamore leaves into fragments of brilliant stained glass, and I said to myself, 'This alone is worth the price of admission to our broken and glorious world.'"