“Sometimes the most urgent thing you can possibly do is take a complete rest”

Today is beautifully sunny but still chilly. We’ll have the low 40’s for the next four or five days and the low 30’s and even the high 20’s at night. My birds have found the filled feeders, and I watched the chickadees for a while from my window here in the den.

I have come to the conclusion that I am not Wonder Woman. I drove my car on Tuesday from Falmouth, filled the bird feeders yesterday and last night went to our usual trivia night. I wouldn’t have minded the aching back when I left the Squire after the game but we were awful. We consoled each other by the fact we had won three weeks in a row, and this horrendous loss was our kind way of giving a new team the chance to shine. At least dinner was delicious. I started with hummus and then had a fish dinner.

Last night I woke up several times trying to find a way to be comfortable given my back pain. I had to keep pushing Fern off my hip. I hate it when she sleeps there but most times I’m too asleep to notice but not last night. Gracie ended up right beside me with her head on my shoulder. She barely moved every time I woke up. I slept late but it was an uneasy sleep.

My dance card is empty until Sunday with breakfast at the diner and dinner at my friends’ house where we’ll watch The Amazing Race together. Until then, I intend to remove my Wonder Woman bracelets, my lasso of truth and my tiara. They just don’t seem to match my sweatshirt and flannel pants though I do like those red boots.

Lois Lane was one of my heroes when I was kid. She sniffed out stories and was willing to risk everything for her by-line; of course, she knew Superman was never far away. I remember those suits and hats she always wore. Lois had the wardrobe of a businesswoman of the 50’s, and there were very few of those. Her hats were always ugly or at least I thought so. In my guest room I have a small collection of women’s hats from the 50’s and three of them could have been worn by Lois. Two of them have feathers standing straight up. My favorite is a black one with a red feather.

Well, it’s time to get off this chair and get comfy. I do love pampering myself.

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8 Comments on ““Sometimes the most urgent thing you can possibly do is take a complete rest””

  1. olof1 Says:

    It´s getting colder here too now. It will stay around 32 in the day and in the lower 20 during the night, at least for a couple of days. After that the warmer weather will come back again 🙂

    Isn´t it strange how easy it is to forget that one isn´t really well after a surgery even if it feels like it 🙂 🙂 After my first hip surgery I walked around so much that my leg got really swollen and everyone thought I had thrombosis and I had to go to the emergency 🙂 🙂

    I really would like to have breakfast at a diner just like You do every Sunday! But I doubt we have any such places here at all, only Mc Donald’s and I can´t even think to have breakfast there 🙂 🙂 🙂

    Have a great day now!

    • katry Says:

      Our weather sounds quite similar except I don’t want the winter back!

      I thought I could do whatever I wanted-now I sit and rest my back. I’ll start doing a little at a time next.

      I love my diner. Around here there are a few places like that.

  2. J.M. Heinrichs Says:

    “More Better Beer”


  3. Hedley Says:

    Amazing Race holds a special place for Sunday night…I am pulling for the cowboys.
    Counting down to “weightdown” on the leg, and until then its all viewing,,,England V Wales in European Qualifying tomorrow AND the Boat race on BBC America !

    • katry Says:

      My Dear Hedley,
      They led the whole race last time, and I was shocked when they lost. I’d be happy to see them win.

      We look forward to the race all week.

  4. Zoey & Me Says:

    Although my first talent love was Annette Funicello, I had a soft spot somewhere in my heart for Lois Lane. What competition I was for Superman. Oh well . . . I didn’t get Annette either.

    • katry Says:

      Annette had attributes far more attractive to pubescent boys. Lois had none of those-it was her curiosity I loved most.

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