Each morning when I open my eyes I say to myself;
I, not events, have the power to make me happy or unhappy today.
I can choose which it shall be. Yesterday is dead, tomorrow hasn’t arrived yet.
I have just one day, today, and I’m going to be happy in it.
~Groucho Marx

This is the day which the Lord hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it.
Psalm 118:24


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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Feeling normal again : )

Ah, so nice to feel normal and not in a fog. : )
It was cold and icy this morning so I decided to postpone walking until tomorrow, but come tomorrow morning I'm heading out for a walk!

I haven't been able to drive but now that I'm clear headed it was nice to get out in the car and go to my knitting group!!  There were only ten of us there this morning and I enjoyed my time with them.  One of my friends there, was in the hospital just a few days after me with the very same thing!!!!  I was on the fourth floor and she was on the second.
I snapped this picture of the group.  My seat is down the end by the yellow yarn.  I knitted on a yellow and green baby blanket I just started the other day.  Something different than weave-it squares for a change.

It was a nice sunny day so I took the long way home just to be out driving around for a bit.  Here I am cruising down the road. : )
Once back home I had some lunch and not long after Ken came home from having lunch out with his former coworkers.  We sat and talked for a while and then hopped on our computers for a while.

I've started reading a book called The Wrong Man by John Katzenbach.  I find it scary but really good.  It's about a stalker.

The usual night home of reading and watching TV.  I'll be making some squares while watching and my snack tonight is going to be celery with peanut butter. 

Hope your day has been a sunshiny kind of day.
Happyone : )
Our Lord has written the promise of the resurrection,
not in books alone,
but in every leaf in the spring-time.
~Martin Luther


  1. Oh how nice it must be for you to be out driving and knitting with a clear head :).
    What a strange coincidence about your knitting friend being in the hospital for the same thing as you. I guess you will be able to compare notes on that now.
    Enjoy your celery and pb. Doesn't sound quite as good as ice cream, however.

  2. I am so sorry to hear you have been ill, I am glad you are fine now. Take care ❤

  3. Oh how good to be in your right mind. LOL! That's just a joke. I had no idea that it caused fuzzy-headed feelings. You must have been thrilled to be in your car taking a drive. It looks so pretty and like spring even with the bit of snow left. So your poor friend is still on her meds. Wonder how her project will come out.

  4. It is such a blessing to read that you are feeling so much better.

    Your knitting group looks like a very nice group.

  5. So good to hear that you are back to normal! Great progress! Take care of yourself!

    We are watching NCAA Women's basketball! Exciting games!

  6. Hi Karen, Glad you are finally getting back to normal. We've had snow for about 3 days here ---so I haven't been able to get out and walk either... Hopefully, tomorrow will be a sunny, warmer day.

    Glad you got out to drive today and get to your knitting class...

    Your dinner at Outback looked so good... I may need to try that there...

    Take care ---and don't do too much at first.

  7. How good you are out and about again and that is a wonderful quote by Martin Luther.

  8. So glad to hear that the fog has lifted my friend :)

    There are sunny days ahead!

  9. Soooo glad your life is slipping back into place, as it were. :-)))))))))

    How we appreciate ordinary days and ordinary doings, after being sick, hu?

    I know, you ALWAYS appreciate them!

    But still... I'll bet this Tues. was a wee bit MORE wonnnnderful, than a lot of past Tues.'s have been.

    Gentle hugs,


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