Sunday was "cold", with a high of only 61F (don't laugh; that's winter for us in southern California!), mostly sunny, and very windy. I had the heater on during the night and in the morning. Later, however, I turned the heater off, opened a window or two to air out the house, bundled up, and went into the garden to walk for 20 minutes and then, do a little bit of gardening. Afterwards, I called friend R and chatted with her a bit, exchanged emails with a friend, and, later, video chatted with my daughter. It was a quiet, restful day.
Today started out cold, but, it warmed up to 63F in the afternoon! Another sunny day, without the wind. I went outside and walked for a bit in the late morning, and, again, in the early afternoon. I called the oncologist's office to see if the mammogram results have come in yet, but, apparently not. There was also a message from the pharmacy about a couple of my medications and I got that sorted out. One prescription refill was ready to be picked up and I requested they mailed it to me. The other prescription, I was told, was waiting for the doctor's office to authorize, but, when I called the doctor's office, they said they had done that, already. Then, I called the pharmacy back and they said to disregard their text! LOL.
In the afternoon, I had my piano lesson. Afterwards, I needed to turn on the heater, again, because I felt cold. Dancer and I have made the move from the family room to the living room (where the main, wall heater is located)! It is our winter quarters! My chair is directly in front of the heater and his towel is on the floor, between the heater and my chair! The only problem with that is I can't watch TV as that is in the family room!
It has been another, relatively quiet day. I spoke on the phone with friend R and video chatted with my daughter. There is a big question mark if she'll be able to come down for Thanksgiving, after all, because the friend who offered her a ride has been exposed to this dreaded virus and has tested positive. It will be well past the 14 day period if they do decide to drive down, but, we shall see how things stand, closer to the day.
Today, I am grateful for:
- Daughter's friend's illness has been mild
- Friend was diagnosed before the trip down and not afterwards
- A working heater
- Sunny afternoons
- Piano lessons
Today's joyful activity was walking in the sunshine in the garden.
Plans for tomorrow include some housework, watering the garden, and paperwork.
How was your day? What are your plans for tomorrow?