My Tuesday.

My diary/journal is updated for the time being … at least now there is only two days not recorded of my world.  From November 10 and 11, I have been busy as usual but because yesterday was Veteran’s Day, I did not have anyone come to work with me – cleaning and laundry until today.  I did have my shower yesterday, though.  I watched a lot of Murder, She Wrote episodes and a couple of CSI: Miami episodes, and a little bit of regular television.  I rarely watch TV anymore but recorded programming now-a-days.  I do not like watching commercials much anymore but a few do catch my eye from time to time – the gecko for the Geico commercials are cute, and the new Geico commercials they have out now are kind of dumb but cute at the same time.  The commercial with the falling tree is the cutest.  My world does not involve commercials anymore like the past did.  I think it has something to do with the technology that is out there today.

I have so much to say and write yet but for it being Tuesday, I really do not have a lot of time to write a whole lot right now.  Because IDS was closed yesterday and my workers did not come until today, my two IDS workers switched spots for the day.  I had my laundry done this morning instead of going grocery shopping with LB.  I will be going grocery shopping with KP this afternoon at 1 pm.  After that, the rest of the day is for both Bing Crosby and me.

Anyway, for the time being, LB just left.  We make a couple of meals for the next two days, she did my laundry, and we made a grocery list up for KP and me, and we cleaned out my small purse.  She cleaned my fridge and microwave, and did the dishes that the meals were made with.  Now, I am just waiting, as patiently as possible, for 1 pm to arrive so I can go grocery shopping, and get back home for the rest of the day and evening;  I have an appointment tomorrow in Madison and I will be gone all morning.

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