a favourite shade of blue

a favourite shade of blue

Friday, July 8, 2016

dining out

We went out for dinner tonight at TOPS our usual dining spot. I had lamb with rice and a yogurt dip and a small Greek salad. It was delicious . Ray had cabbage rolls. They do not have them all the time but if he is lucky they do and it makes him very happy. Tonight they did have them.

I forget what we did today so will have to ask Ray. My mind is a blank on this issue.  We had to go to Metrotown to pick up two of Ray's watches that were being serviced. While in the store I found a miniature alarm clock with bells on the top. It was a bright yellow, I fell in love with it and bought it. Now it will be the one to wake me up on Tuesday mornings. I am very happy with it. Look at that I did remember.
We walked around a bit for some exercise. That is the best we can do but we do use our legs and thus keep them working. And that's a good thing.

I plan to knit tonight and finish off my current cloths. I have several for Adam when he comes on the 15th. 
I just called Rick and he is not home,that means he is feeling okay.
Peter twisted his ankle and is out of action. I remember doing that when I was younger , actually several times and it is freaking painful so I have a great deal of sympathy for Peter and hope he heals quickly. I talked to Jim yesterday and he invited us to his annual campout the beginning of August on his property in the wilds of Alberta forest. He has created a lovely clearing there and it is a wonderful place to have a party.   Ray does not want to go. I do but have to rely on him to drive me there.

That is my day folks. I hope your day went well. Good evening.



1 comment:

jean lathem said...

When I was actively working as a nurse, I would tell my patients to listen to their body.
Apparently Ray is listening to his body which is telling him, his body is not up to the trip to Alberta.