(The first cup of damn good coffee is medicinal...the second is just for me!)
My show stopping fatigue is due to a loooowwwww hemoglobin number (that means anemia gone wild), but a massive dose of Aranesp today should perk me right up. Aranesp builds red blood cells and costs about a bazillion dollars a pop, so it better work!
The grocery was uneventful. I had put off going but used the very last drop of creamer in the first cup of damn good coffee (see above), and not having any for the second cup was motivation enough to get my fanny in gear. My menu this week is very simple...bagel with peanut butter for breakfast/lunch and a salad with grilled chicken for dinner. In between if I get munchy, there is cottage cheese and a lovely fruit salad with fresh strawberries, kiwi, pineapple, and oranges.
(I see the transplant surgeon on March 30, and I am absolutely positively determined to be several pounds lighter by then so that he knows I'm serious about wanting a new kidney.)
OK...enough of the stuff that makes Betty twitch...on to some stitching!
Still very much in a cross stitch mood, I decided to start something that I have had in my stash for over a year. This is "My Heart Is Filled With Wildflowers" by Carolyn Manning Designs. Miss Joy at House of Stitches cut the most beautiful piece of linen for this...it's 28ct. Sprite by Picture This Plus.
So that's pretty much where things stand today in Hoosierville. It's a beautiful day...about 65 degrees and sunny and the birds are sweetly tweeting! Hope your neck of the woods is equally as lovely today, dearies! Happy, happy Monday! Do something fabulous and come tell me all about it!