This morning Rob was scheduled to go have an ultrasound of his tummy and surrounding areas, as he had been experiencing some severe pains a bit ago in the area of where his Gall Bladder used to be. Our Dr. Loney being the thorough doctor he is had ordered up the ultrasound. His appointment was at 10:45 am at the Wiarton Hospital. He had to fast and I can not believe how wonderful he was this morning considering he couldn't even have a coffee !!! Wow .... Honey there are some days you still "surprise" me!
I have mentioned before that I had met my friend, Diane Sheppard a year and a half ago while I was getting an ultrasound myself done at the Wiarton Hospital. Diane is the Ultrasound technician at the Wiarton Hospital. We hit off right off the bat and she has followed my blog daily ever since, with us becoming friends thereafter.
We need some windows replaced in our home. Everyone knows how expensive windows are, now don't we? I asked Rob if we could get a price for the ones in our bathroom and bedroom, so I know what I have to aim for in the way of savings. Right after Rob had gotten himself a large double double Java from our local Tim Hortons we headed over to ....
We finally made it back home ... both Rob and I exhausted. After lunch I worked on getting myself a bit prepared in the way of notes, as tomorrow the VON SMART exercise program begins in Wiarton. These programs are beginning all throughout Grey Bruce Counties right now, so please think about "Exercise is Medicine" for persons 55+ by inquiring in your own area, or by joining up to volunteer. Just "click" HERE to find out more.
I was ecstatic to find my very first Post Crossing post card in the mailbox ....
Today I had also received a wonderful email message from Tess of the Wiarton Salvation Army thanking me for blogging the Kids Summer Day Camp our Grandson, Aiden, had attended this Summer, as well as putting a SHOUT OUT for Volunteers for the Wiarton Pioneer Children's Club HERE. Tess had also let me know she had some Pennies for the VON Piggy she would like to donate by way of my "Crabby Cabbie".
Late this afternoon Rob and I headed on over to meet up with Tess.
Notice how blurry the photo of our dinner is? At the moment this is what is like looking out from behind my own eyes, although very happy knowing my bed is made and waiting for me, "Just North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard".