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ivy6
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   Posted 9/23/2008 4:00 PM (GMT -7)   
* make numerous trips to the toilet rolleyes (I am so cranky about this. It's like government-sponsored torture.).
* basic chores - make bed, do dishes, tidying, 15 minutes gardening (if that's too hard, do 5 minutes)
* do the floors I didn't do yesterday. If d is too bad for that, try to do one floor. No recriminations if I don't. Vacuuming and mopping are hard jobs.
* go to appointment
* devotions
* some exercise, stretching, strengthening. Take meds.
* oh yeah, and put the stock away because I didn't do it yesterday

* While I'm slowed up with cramps, sit at my desk and sort through the mound of papers there.

Bonus points:
* pick flowers, put in vases through the house so it looks and smells nice
* cook chicken
* start writing a letter

Ivy.
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SydneyJo
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   Posted 9/23/2008 5:51 PM (GMT -7)   
An easy day today as I have my daughters high school graduation tonight so...
library, find some mind numbing fiction to read
sweep floors
prepare dinner

Ivy - Im sorry to here you have gone down hill so quickly, your situation is intolerable (I also hope the letter you are writing is mine lol)
Jo

sjkly
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   Posted 9/23/2008 6:23 PM (GMT -7)   
I need to do the basic planning for my new client I'm meeting this weekend. I need to start researching some basic supplies I will need for my business now that I am taking private clients instead of just agencies.
I'm going back to my mother's house to stay with my pregnant sister starting tomorrow. The extra comute time means the only thing I'll have time for is business stuff.
Hope everyone has a good week.
Sj

ivy6
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   Posted 9/23/2008 7:31 PM (GMT -7)   
Wow, your daughter gets a proper graduation event. Is that a new thing? We never got that, and I only finished in the mid-90s. What are they going to do for it? Is it a proper gown and cap affair, like on American tv?

Anyway, it's 12.30 and I've done the dishes and made the bed and had an early lunch so I have at least some chance of getting to this appt this afternoon. I'm 5 days overdue for Humira and I'm already up to 10 bms, and seem to be gaining in frequency every day. Hmph. Part of me is glad about this - no way did I want the government to prove itself to be right about me not needing this med!!

Have a good time with your sister, sj, and travel safely.

I.
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ivy6
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   Posted 9/23/2008 7:33 PM (GMT -7)   
ps. Re mind-numbing fiction, I've recently discovered the Shopaholic books by Sophie Kinsella. They're easy to read and quite funny, in a ditzy British chick-lit kind of way.
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SydneyJo
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   Posted 9/23/2008 9:53 PM (GMT -7)   
Thanks for the book tips, will look for them on my next library visit.
Yes, the graduation thing is similar to the American, no hats but a gown (like Harry Potters lol). I told Danielle with her red hair she looks more like Ron Weasley lol.
Thats a lot of BMs Ivy, hope you dont have to put up with that for too much longer.
Jo

ivy6
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   Posted 9/23/2008 10:55 PM (GMT -7)   
Hey, it's just getting started. It used to be 8 - 10 bms an hour (yes, really) for the first 5 - 12 hours of each day, and then a few times an hour for another 10 hours or so.

That's so cool about the graduation ceremony. It's nice that they make it special. Ours was really dull and anticlimactic. I felt as if they were shoving us out and saying "good riddance" because they hardly did anything for us at all. Is it a posh school, or a public one?

Anyway, I've done the appt and a bit of shopping and an awful lot of writing. Pity about the chores, the tidying and the housework, though...

What book did you get, Jo?

I.
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