I had physical therapy yesterday. Unfortunately I was back in the boot. Just months ago I could clean my apartment and mop, usually in the same day or so.
But the other day I did one task: I took things off the brown kitchen cart and dusted underneath. I even sat on the garden cart to do it.
Still I ended up with horrible pain. I'm sitting her looking at dust in the living room. The fact that I need to mop and do all kinds of things. But I don't know when it will get done. Frustrating!
I'm so tired of sitting with my leg elevated. But then that's what I normally do when I'm not up and about. It's been this way for nearly five years now. Hard to believe it's been that long.
Guess what came home with me after PT?
The consignment shop didn't sell my table, so I brought it home. No, I didn't lift it. Someone put it in my car. And I asked James the maintenance man to bring it in.
The red ottoman went to the bedroom.
I didn't know what else to do. I spent good money for that table, and painted it twice. They said it didn't sell because of its color.
I asked what color would have sold. They said black or white.
The good news is that it's very unlikely I'll be tripping over it since I have the furniture arranged the way I now have it arranged.
Before Christmas I just couldn't seem to figure out a placement where the table would virtually be out of my way when I get up from my seat.
But new ideas come to the surface all the time, so maybe it was okay that it didn't sell. They only had $89 on it as it was. And I'd have gotten half of that!
This is what I've been seeing lately when I keep my wooden door open and have the storm door locked. Lots of little sparrows in these bushes.
I also saw a wren on the patio hopping around, but didn't catch a photo of it.
My blue garden bed shows hostas beginning to come up. I tried dumping some pots of soil into the bed and raking to cover them in case we get a freeze, which we probably will. I don't want to lose my hostas!
Spring flowers seem to be very confused right now.
I am currently reading this book for review for Harper Collins.
Funny, I've tried starting her books before, and never could seem to get into them. But this one has kept my interest and I'm almost finished reading it.
Do you like Patricia Cornwell books?