Last Friday I had a doctor's appointment in Winston-Salem....about an hour and fifteen minutes away. When suddenly CityBoy said "let's take your truck."
Now when we take my truck I usually drive.
Since I was carrying my purse, a bag with water, snacks, all my meds and various things you might need, plus a bowl of dog food for Lula....I placed my keys on the bed cover of my truck...intending to pick them up on the way to the driver's seat.
When I got back to the truck CityBoy was in the drivers seat and I did not see my keys.
Well I thought he picked up the keys and decided to drive.
All was well until Saturday morning, getting ready for the grocery store tour... I asked for my keys
I don't have them he said...well neither do I.....I said!
And the search began.....
Storm drain - check
Driveway to garage - check
Both sides of the LONG driveway - check
We went on with the day thinking we would replace the keys on Monday.
Now I didn't mind replacing the keys...it's those little plastic tags for 3 grocery stores, Walgreens, CVS...etc. I was not looking forward to.
My grandmother had ESP.....she had the ability to see lost items and tell you exactly where the item was. Good thing to have when you lose your keys...however..I don't have this talent.
This is where the horse comes into the picture. Down the road from us is a farm that trains cattle horses....they ride them by our house to get them familiar with traffic and use the shallow part of our drainage ditch to get them used to ditches, gullies, uneven ground...etc.
Mikey and I were coming home from our walk when we heard the horses coming toward us...so we stopped under a tree to wait till they passed.
Sure enough they ran one of the horses up and down my ditch.
I knew Mikey would have to sniff out the area where the horse came across.
He kept sniffing and pawing at the gravel in the driveway.
I went to check what he was so interested in and there...
Yesterday a co-worker reminded me that I had not blogged in MONTHS!!
So I'm back and lets catch up....
CityBoy has really...really retired this time. He was diagnosed with emphysema several months ago and is learning to deal with inhalers on a daily basis.
My blood sugar went whacky!
My normal fasting sugar jumped up into the 200s. And my A1c was at 8.2....if you know anything about blood sugar....you know this is not good. Sooooo..I finally broke down and went to an Endocrinologist. He and his team have gotten my sugar down and my A1c down to 7.0....still a ways to go but things on the sugar front are better.
We're Empty Nester's again.
The MaleChild moved to Fayetteville, NC on July 6th. He has a job teaching Special ED at an elementary school of the arts.
Should be interesting.
Mikey and I are up to a mile on our daily walk. He pulls me up the hills and drags me down the hills. He's a good boy and my biggest dragon.
Other than those few hi lights everything is running smoothly.
the parental units are good....the job is good....the weather is good, just a little hot...