Monday, November 21, 2011


Betty said there was a NEW RULE THAT i HAD TO POST EVERY DAY.
I am OK I just don't have much to say. I went to walmart yesterday. I got a couple of books and some anti. fungal creme. I called and made an appointment to see the doctor tomorrow, My skin is burning around my wound and my leg keeps on hurting so I want some pain med.
I have not been able to sleep well and am hoping the pill bottle will get filled and help me sleep.
I am OK, just don't have much to say.
I saw Bill Maher telling about the repub's candidates. He said he had been criticizing Obama but after listening to the candidates that sent him running back to Obama's arms.
I am going to order Janet's stone Friday.
It is cool and damp here.
I keep seeing the revolts across the country and listening to the leaders talking about what to do about the people taking up residency in the streets. I don't think the leaders have a clue. I keep thinking of 1968.
Kelly came by Sunday and said he thought that Obama pushing for jobs for the vet would cost a lot of people in the work force their jobs. I told him not to worry, the poor vets were so messed up many of them would never be able to hold down a job. The fact is many are all ready on the streets in our cities and our leaders are afraid that many of the protesters are vets. They have a right to worry. We have a large group of men coming back to this country with only one asset to their job search. They have been trained to kill.
see you tomorrow.


Sister--Three said...

Glad you are okay and complying to the new Blogger rule.

It is damp and dreary here.

I got knocked down Friday and hurt my knee. I am home resting today. I knee is swollen but I am going to live. They gave me some pain medicine...I see what you mean about sleeping better. It makes a big difference!

I will look tomorrow. Hope Blogger does not give you a fine for not posting daily.

Linda@VS said...

Patsy, one of the things I like about you is that even when you have "nothing to say," you say it so well.

Sister-Three, take care of that knee!