Sherree S.'s Profile
streak 1870 days
streak 1870 days
- Completed 1876 challenges
I'm grateful for the kindness of my friends, Melanie, Keecha, Sara, Robert, Janet, Kimberly, Lamoine, & Kay. Thanks to your encouragements, I will make it through another Daily Challenge. Kimberly and I are one day away from the finish line -- go us!.
Thank goodness this is just a pretend balance beam, because I would break my neck otherwise. I definitely need balance work. I could flunk a drunk test sober.
So...they came and raised my garage today. The man who I hired had a tire blow up on him last week and his internal organs were all damaged. He needed emergency surgery on his stomach. Well, he had his kids do the work today and he supervised. He is rather inspirational because I would still be in my hospital bed asking for pain medication. Kudos to his kids, too. Tomorrow...breaking up the floor.
Poor Lola has to be tied up in the back yard until the garage is lowered again. I should take her for a walk for good measure. She will be 15 on Thursday (Cinco de Mayo).
I'm feeling better except for the sores in my mouth.
Enjoy your Sunday, Peeps!
I deeply appreciate the good tidings of encouragement sent to me from GAYNOR, Sara, Keecha, Janet, Robert, & Nirmala. You guys keep my spirits up. Kimberly and I are smack dab in the middle of another wonderful pact.
I used to do this toe stretch every morning when I put lotion on my feet. I miss it. Thanks for the reminder to get back to doing this, DC!
Tomorrow, the guy who is going to lift my garage up in the air is coming to lift my garage up in the air. I had to empty the entire garage. I might have overdone it on my body's capacity for movement. On Monday, the guy who is going to rip up my garage floor is ripping up my garage floor. And on Tuesday, the same guy is going to pour concrete. Eventually, my garage will be lowered again, finishing touches will be applied, and I will have to replace all my stuff into the garage.
All that said, I filled a dumpster with stuff. I may fill another dumpster when I go to put my stuff back in the garage. I'm purging some of my clutter, so yes, I want a medal for all of this.
As for my illness, my face still hurts.
This photo is of my granddaughter with the horse, CeCe, upon whom she first learned to ride.
Happy Saturday, Folks!
Thanks a million for all the good vibes fill my inbox, Sara, JuaNita, Keecha, Mariela, Karen, & Robert. You guys put the pep in my step. Kimberly and I are doing our best to conquer this pact -- go us!
I remember this challenge from a long time ago and I've tried to do this ever since then. It's good for the core.
I went to the Minute Clinic because I don't trust my doctor and I got some antibiotics and I am certain that I will be much better in a few short days. It also helps that the sun is out and sky is blue.
It's beautiful, and so are you!
Thanks so much for the encouragement nudges, Melanie, Sara, Keecha, Robert, Karen, Donna, & Nirmala. You guys help to perk me up. Kimberly and I are off and running on another super duper pact.
Today is the 6th consecutive day with rain here in Minneapolis. It doesn't help that it is around 40 degrees, as well. My health is SLOWLY improving. Too slowly, if you ask me.
This is a good exercise -- perhaps I'll do it another day when I don't feel like crap.
I made a necklace with my beads today -- that's about all my stamina will allow.
I'm grateful for the kind encouragements filling my inbox today. Thanks so much, Keecha, Nirmala, Janet, Mariela, Enid, & Frank.
A lot of my DC buddies were wondering why it would be advised to sleep on your back. Accordingly, here is the WHY IT MATTERS: Even when you think you are done for the day, your posture at night can affect the way you feel in the morning. The best way to maintain even back support is to sleep on your back, rather than your side or stomach. Getting your zzzs in this position will also help to keep your spine in its natural alignment. This can help prevent pain and soreness.
Generally, I can't sleep on my back because I can't breathe (a touch of apnea, perhaps). But since I've been sick, sleeping on my back with my head elevated actually helps me sleep. So, I'll try to keep this up even after I feel better.
This photo is our new Vikings stadium which opens this Fall. Seriously gorgeous.
Thank you, JuaNita, Sara, GAYNOR, & Nirmala, for sending encouragement today.
This is the weirdest goose-step I've ever seen!
Have a great day, Peeps!
Thanks so much for all the support, Melanie, Jeanne, Sara, Sandy, Keecha, Judi, & Christiana. You guys made my day!
This is a great exercise. It's all about the core, folks!
I may not be better today, but I am making of go of getting things done. Tonight is my last night to teach art. I could teach during the summer, but I like to take the summer off. I'll be back with the kids this fall.
I went to see the Jungle Book today. It's a fun movie for all ages.
I hope your Monday is turning out to be better than you had imagined!