Solid gold plastic ships on a stick... I has 'em! These are not counting all the ones I gave away either! Don't mess with me at trivia contests, ha! What is it about these silly things that so many of us love so much? Memories, pure and simple! I have those too.
Well canasta got canceled yesterday because the one with the sick doggie had to take the little thing back to the vet. Poor gal too, she was so hysterical, I feel so bad for her. She is the sweetest thing too.
But then sometimes things happen that aren't bad at all, case in point... I called the duck to see if he was free for lunch and he was! Panera Bread is a great place to go, it has the calories posted right next to the price on all items and the food is great. They have a nice soup and half sandwich or salad deal that is low cal and fresh and delicious.
You asked me if Dr. Wacks lowered any of my meds this time. No, in a word. I am taking very little besides my supplements already, very low blood pressure med, very low cholesterol med, vit b12, vit d, calcium, and zoloft which I am not ready to lose yet, oh, and the aromasin which goes away in October, that will be 5 years since the breast cancer. Oh, and Osteo-Bi Flex 7 day for my knees which I will not ever give up. That stuff works y'all. (Thanks again Patti!) I took the brand Move Free for years and it stopped working so the Osteo-Bi Flex was such a blessing!
I read about something called "refrigerator oatmeal". Since I love oatmeal and I also love cold foods I tried it. It was wonderful! You just take your oatmeal (instant or quick oats), add milk or water, stir, refrigerate all night. Morning comes, stir and eat. It was so good. I had the high fiber pouch and added only 1/2 cup of 1% milk, nothing else. I'll do that again soon I know. You could certainly add fruit in the morning too. If you work you could just grab it and take it with you in a small container with a lid.
So I guess I've kept you long enough today. Have a lovely day, I sure will too...