I missed my daily blog yesterday. My apologies y'all. So here's two days worth. Yay! Aren't we all excited?
Upmost on my mind is my Mom. She had a go round with her heart and went into Afib. If you click on Afib in the last sentence the good doctors at Web MD will explain it quite well.
If you've just thought to yourself, "I'm the smartest person in the universe and I don't need those doctors telling me anything!" First of all I'm surprised you're readin' this on my site. Secondly, just keep on reading then smartybritches.
Mom had to go the the ER at Hamilton Hospital with this Afib. They did a fine job of treating her. Kept her overnight, and even treated her sinus congestion.
By the time Dad got her home it was afternoon, and I met them at their home in Hamilton. So, Dad and I ate a hamburger from the Sonic that's in my folks backyard. Mom settled in as the Hamilton Hospital fed her some of their delicious cuisine for lunch.
While at the Hamilton Hospital I noticed a couple of things. One is the artful handling of the nationwide bathroom dilemma by the Hamilton Hospital. They simply made their restrooms unisex. Do I need to explain that? Well I'm not.
What I am going to raise is the toilet seat, and I left it raised when I exited. It is possible that what once was a bathroom battle only in the privacy of our homes is now national. PUT THE SEAT DOWN! We shall see.
The other thing I noticed was the unique pattern shining off the pavement of the Hamilton Hospital parking lot, when I stepped out of the pickup I was driving. It was created by the parking lot lights reflecting off the wheels of the Cadillac Escalade, next to where I parked the Ford pickup.
I didn't workout on the day Mom came home from the hospital. Dad and I did catch a workout the next day.
That next day would be Thursday, today. After the workout I went to a meeting I attend every Thursday at five-thirty. It was a good meeting, I left there ready to wake up and live the next day. Friday, January Fifth, 2018.
Yesterday, I think it was yesterday, I posed a question to my Facebook Family about how to clean a tea pitcher. This tea pitcher has made several moves with me and held that tasty elixir for many a person that passed through my door. But, it was stained.
I'm happy to say that once again the tea pitcher is bright and holding that tasty tea. I must say though, I'm about two thirds through my first brewing and the taste is quite unique but familiar and good.
I'm using Luzianne family tea bags as always. But I'm getting this floating feeling. Maybe I have a magic tea pitcher.
If you're reading this and thinking, "Didn't he just write about this? It's a good bet I did. I, like most of y'all, I have days that blend together, thus I have blogs that blend together.
Hope y'all's day treats you well.