Mar 31, 2016
It is another beautiful sunny day in Sac Town and my son Michael cut the grass so it smells like newly cut grass. All the fruit trees are in beautiful bloom and that seems so good too. Makes me glad I don't have allergies, although they say if you live in Sacramento long enough you will. I love cut flowers and tree blooms in the house.
I finally got my Xanax this morning so the anxiety is better, thank you God. My back (DDD) is progressively getting worse and when I finally saw an exray of my spine, I was shocked in how much it has changed over the years. By the looks of my spine, its a wonder I even walk! But it always hurt, especially in bed.
My best friend Kim has Cirrhosis stage four and one doctor has given her from six to eighteen months to live. This is all from a single MRI, no liver biopsy or anything else.Now she will see a specialist. I happen to know that everyone is different and I'm keeping a positive attitude about it and so is she. She is spending as much time with family, her sons and her Grandbaby.She has fatique and she sleeps a lot but no jaundice or astices. Her and I can both be bummed out but when we get together we laugh until our sides are splitting.At one time her and son Mike went together.
We are Bar-B-Quing ribs on the grill today, mmmmmm! With Sweet Baby Rays bold and spicy and it doesn't get any better than that. I made garlic toast for it and then cole slaw.
I must say that I am blessed to have the people in my life. There is just one person who is a tiny bit a challenge to me but I won't elaborate on negativity. (My son's girlfriend) I try very hard to get along with her and its like the old saying that two women in one house is not the best scenario. She is bi-polar, I don't know if that messes with her personality but she's real QUIRKY. However, my son loves her and she loves him so okay...
I have been married three times and never had any trouble with men, so it's hard to believe that I ended up alone.
After awhile it becomes less and less of a priority. The only man in my life now is Rusty, my dog, and might I add that he is a great partner in crime, I am blessed.