Mar. 8th, 2012

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I'm going to prove this dude incorrect this very morning...
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Now, this is some horticulture I could get next to!
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Got here too early so I'm enjoying their 99 ยข breakfast... Eggs, bacon, potatoes and coffee... $1. 08 with tax. The cashier said it's free on mondays.
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and I'm done heading home mission accomplished
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And... back home at 11:04. Not too shabby.
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A half dozen years ago or so, I bought a pair of slippers at Sears. They were on sale and cost me probably $7. I loved them. They were perfect. Warm without making my feet hot, comfortable, easy on and off. They don't need socks and are soft enough to not poke me when I sit cross legged. Perfect. After several months I went back and they still had a pair and I snagged it and then came home and found them online for $6 and bought 6 more pair. I wear them all the time in the winter.

Some are black, some are red some are purple. Over the years I have opened a new pair and so there are several different colors around. Recently I've been wearing two black ones. They finally wore through yesterday and I retired them. I grabbed the first two I found in the closet - one purple and one red. I like walking on the wild side.

When I came back this morning after Amira had cleaned my red/purple pair were gone. No clue where. I found one red slipper under the bed and another red one on a shelf in the closet. So now I'm back to rocking a matching pair.

I think I still have about 3 or maybe 4 years before slippers become an issue again.

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The Mariners are having a fairly lovely Spring Training. Winning a lot and doing good. It would be so lovely if they could keep that up.

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An O is not a Q but still one should not use it in a model number... The dryer fix it people called this morning to have me verify the model number. I knew there was something funky with the number cause the guy at the dealership couldn't find it at first either and I could not find the manuals online at the Frigidaire site.

I told her that was the number so there. But, just now I got to looking again and found a page that listed all the model numbers starting with GL and then I could search on the middle numbers and learned that my model is not GLOxxx but GLQxxx. Fuck me.

I called the repair place and told the guy that my O was really a Q. He was cool. I asked him if he knew the window of time tomorrow and he said 3-6 pm which really suits me fine and dandy. No swimming interference.

Plus now I see on their website that they have a technician tracking page. I plugged in my info and found out that I have no appointment today but one tomorrow with a window of 3-6. I guess tomorrow I can watch my dude's progress. That's a bit amusing.

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I have an appointment with the cute doctor tomorrow. A follow up appointment. Today I did a test. No combivent (rescue inhaler) all day. I walked all through IKEA and not leisurely either... and I went to swim and I am breathing fine and dandy thankyouverymuch.

Two things I want to find out tomorrow... 1) that I do not have to go back to that Asshat allergy guy. I don't plan to mention him and if Dr. Cute says nothing then I am declaring Dr. Asshat, a Doctor Of The Past. 2) that he sees zero problems with my having cataract surgery this year.

Oh and a 3rd one would be that he does not want to see me again for a good long while.

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I did some more research on the when of cataract surgery. Apparently for some reason not clearly explained some doctors like to wait until a cataract is 'ripe' before they remove it. There also appears to be a degree of ripeness that if you aren't there yet some insurance won't cover it. A lot of what I found said that the ripeness thing is a bunch of hooey. If the cataract bothers you then it is 'ripe'. The insurance paying thing is a different concern.

So, assuming #2 above, then I will pursue with a cataract removal doctor and get them to find out if my insurance will cover it. I have two doctor candidates in mind and I may pursue with both - second opinion style.

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Now I'm going down to get the mail.
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Thanks, +Tray McGuire I just spit out a quarter and got it, too. cool
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Yesterday I was feeling really fractious - too much stuff out of place due to the living room redo and it just got to me.

Today, I left a note for Amira and told her not to bother with the living room this time but to please run the vacuum in the corner where the old furniture was and clean the baseboards. It was just filthy. Now it is so clean the baseboards look like they are freshly painted.

Clean just makes the whole house and the whole me feel more in order. Every once in a while I think it is silly for me to have a house cleaner. Surely I could do it myself. NFW.

My brother and I had a fun little Google talk chat this afternoon. He sent me the link to the listing for his house. http://vt.realbiz360.com/Listing-958329.html# It looks so fresh and nice. He has a networking group that he's been a part of for a good while. His carpet guy, his painter, his Realtor, his handyman, all from his networking group, spruced up the house. He also got it pre-inspected and got everything the inspector found, fixed. So smart. I hope it sells quickly for him.
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