Fed yeast to our bacteria friends in the septic tank today.
I’ve been loading Ron’s boxed CDs in as many places as I can find, including his 5-shelf bookshelf downstairs. Ron repaired the little bookshelf in the second bedroom, and that easily holds 100 CDs. So, I’m estimating that I’ve found a home for about 500.
A lot of the CDs are “orphaned” from their jewel boxes. A lot of work ahead to straighten them all out.
I’ve really been enjoying having music in the house. That was definitely a major missing element.
Saw Candy yesterday. She looked much better but has been in a lot of pain from her stomach difficulties. She was to have an exam today at Cape Cod Hospital. I hope they can figure it out and give her some help.
I had a fasting blood test this morning; incredibly, in and out at Mashpee C-Lab. It helped that I got a late start (7:15).
Ron talked to his lawyer today. He’s optimistic about a settlement in the next couple of months, with semi-monthly payouts after that. Ron is pleased, and the extra income will certainly help.
I really should get some part-time something or other, although I don’t want to work.
For about the past week-week and a half, Ron’s been feeling dizzy when he gets up in the morning. He finally called his doc today and he has an appointment for next week. He also has a dental appointment for a crown.
Good thing I got the reimbursement account paperwork together and mailed! That was the last, and biggest, of three paperwork projects for Ron, the others being filing a claim with his hospital indemnity plan and detailing his out-of-pocket medical expenses from his surgery for reimbursement. Next: tax returns.
Monday the adjuster comes to Edgewater to inspect the water damaged living room wall.
I’ve been working on my various websites. Emme drafted up a new design for preventforeclosurescapecod.org There’s a lot of activity right now, especially around Pilgrim and the anniversary of Fukushima. I also, finally, put together a section for Jobs With Justice and have been helping CCMTA with their mailings.
Started filling out “Five Wishes” today. I’m pretty much done, will ask P&B to witness it.
Made coq au vin and roasted brussell sprouts. Ron loved them!
Joined the Arbor Day Foundation and will receive 10 tiny trees as a membership benefit. Also ordered ten trees to be planted in Judy’s memory in the Gallatin national forest in Montana.
Peter Randall dropped by yesterday to do his quarterly inspection and spraying.
Peter has had interviews this week and last. Fingers crossed….