To say the least it's hot. We hit 100 today, it felt like it too!
I have been trying for days to get up early and do some work outside. Today was the day I HAD to do the work regardless of the time. My trash was running over and so was the black tank. I didn't make it outside until about 12:30, already hot. I did get my trash out, and bring in some Dr.Pepper I had left in the truck. I wasn't able to bring it in when I bought groceries a few days ago.
This morning while standing at my kitchen window, getting a cup of coffee, I saw the fire department truck with ambulance close behind come tearing into my area of the park, and going to my neighbor about two doors down. In a few minutes a red truck came in and behind them a park ranger. I think they went to Betty's rig. I have know Betty for years, and when I moved back in here, I was told she had a fall and broke her hip, had been in re-hab and was due back home the same day I moved in. I used to see her and her hubby "walking the circle" early in the am. I have not been to see her, I have trouble walking myself, so thought one day when I was out in the truck I would stop by and say hi. Betty and her husband used to volunteer a lot. He was a minister to some of the parks in south Texas when I first met them years ago. Betty was always "helping" some one,both here and at the park next door. Such a lovely lady. Her hubby, Noel is a diabetic. I hope every thing is OK with them. I am just dying to know.
Anyway I dumped the black tank, while sitting there on my lawn chair under the king pin, I decided to unwind a garden hose I had and see if I could find a sprayer attachment for it. I piddled around outside a good hour before I went inside.
Had lunch and then took a nap. After my nap, it was almost supper time, so I ran my blood work. It was 185, so I thought I will go ahead and take my Insulin shot and get my Metformin. That's when I discovered I had not taken my morning shot, and pills! I guess that means I don't need Insulin, I just need to quit eating, and work outside!
Revisiting Ivie Creek at Maple Grove
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