Saturday, January 28, 2006

I should be asleep ...

Nothing much to-day.

Dad has escaped. Nipped off in the Toyota to his friend's house to watch telly. I know he's feeling great right now, able to transport himself, and I'm glad. I'm so grateful that he's reached this milestone. Seems almost strange after the nightmare of the last 2 months, doesn't it?

Now let's hope he doesn't get into an emergency situation where his just-recently-bedridden body fails him. I guess I'm being a nervous Nelly.

I, myself, am dragging. This sinus infection is kicking my behind. I've been ill since, what, before the holidays? And I inexplicably woke up in the wee hours and couldn't get back to sleep. Gah.

I did, however, use the time wisely and finished Stephen King's new book, Cell. It was fab! It's very tightly written and definitely an interesting premise. It was a little poignant, too, and as always happens when I read King, I begin regarding normal objects and places with a bit of trepidation. (to this day, lifts make me think of The Shining.)

Evil genius Husband is upstairs napping and the babies still have 30 more minutes. Perhaps I'll try for a snooze.

After I turn off my cell ...

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posted by MrsEvilGenius @ 2:11 pm   2 comments

2 Comments:

At 8:55 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Blue,
I am glad to see some positive progress with your father and to see you don't have to drive back and forth to NC.
Hope everyone is adjusting and enjoying your newest house guest.
Do all 4 of your kids nap? Way to go--Corinne hasn't napped in 2 years...
Thinking of you and hoping your life can settle down.
amy

 
At 1:34 pm, Blogger Karry said...

I'm so JEALOUS you got to read his new book already! I completely hear you about ordinary things giving you the creeps after reading King. The bathroom sink gives me the willies now that I have read one of his stories in which the sink figures prominently. I also haven't looked at a car the same way since "Christine".

Get some rest girl, you deserve it. I am so glad to hear your dad is more mobile now.

 

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