Back At It


So, I have a bunch of things on my mind, but as fast as I had internet at the place I’m living, it was taken away from me.

That leaves me to try and blog from my phone, and that shit doesn’t jibe well with me.

Don’t get me wrong, it’s not that I don’t have a choice. I totally do, but involves effort, and I am running a little shy on that. I had just enough energy left when I got home to change the mud flap that I had torn off earlier, go to No Frills for a bunch of frozen food, and put a pizza in the oven.

It was pretty good, even though I didn’t hear the timer and left it in for a few extra minutes.

Well, pretty good for a frozen pizza. It doesn’t compare to a Bellybuster with thick cut onions and peppers from Chubbie’s, but it held it’s own in the freezer section.

My days have been quite full lately. Any time that I haven’t been working, has been spent with friends and enjoying the beautiful weather that we’ve been having since I got back. It’s hard to believe that three weeks ago saw almost a foot of snow here. I don’t think that there’s been an inch of rain or day time temperatures below 15°C in the last two weeks, so that’s pretty sweet.

I have a lot of things that I want to write about, and I hope that I get a chance soon, as a few of them are important to me. I just don’t feel right about text typing them into my phone as I lay in bed. Call me old fashioned if you want to.

Speaking of old fashioned, does anyone know a blacksmith? I am thinking of letting one bleed me, to see if it helps my arthritic hip and shoulder. I read in an old book that it will cure what ails you.

So that’s it for me. I’m starting to doze off, and need to get some sleep tonight. I might have to actually work tomorrow.


P.S. I am just publishing this now, because I don’t know how to schedule things on the phone.

6 thoughts on “Back At It

  1. Life goes by too fast, enjoy your time you have to relax, stop and smell the flowers and warm you face in the sun. Oh and I don’t know if you take anything for arthritis but the Advil arthritis works extreamly well for me. Have a great day:)

    • Thanks, Rachel. I have been smelling lots of flowers too. I guess I just forgot to mention it. I suppose that I should though. It puts a smile on my face.

      As for the Advil, I haven’t tried it, but if I do start taking something, I will give that a try. Thanks for the tips.

  2. My brother’s a blacksmith… But I’m certain that you can find someone more convenient who’ll be willing to make you bleed. 😉

    • Believe it or not, I had a few people who have already offered it this week alone. I just didn’t trust that they would know the exact spot on my legs. Who but a blacksmith could know the precise technique for a proper bloodletting?

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