It was Sunday that I finally came around to posting the results of my biopsy. From there I received a continuous stream of supportive and encouraging comments and emails that motivated me to refocus my energy. Thank you all so much for your overwhelming support; it breaks me from my mental paralysis! But with the cold, wet, and windy weather, I would claim one more day to stay in bed and watch American Experience. We watched stories on both Geronimo and Franklin D. Roosevelt that would last the full day. I’ve been addicted to these extremely well done documentaries relearning all of the history that I had either forgotten or missed the first time through. I’ve always been interested in history, and found the perfect avenue for me to absorb it. These documentaries have made me realize that a lot of the frustrating political trends of these times have actually gone on for centuries. It sure has also been a good time to be alive in America.
For dinner, we took a break from our shows to run to Wegmans where we got the $6 meals; a definite bargain. I always go for salmon with mashed potatoes and brusel sprouts and have not been disappointed yet. Just as we finished dinner, we got a surprise visit from my cousins Katey and Mark. We didn’t realize it, but Katey was in town for the weekend so it was great to catch her and Mark before she left to go back to New Orleans. Two amazing people; I’m very proud of my cousins.