Monday was a miserable day. Karen came in and fed the hungry canine and then fed me; unfortunately, after taking a couple of bites, I just couldn't eat… I love the fact that I'm losing weight, but I don't like how I'm doing it. We ended up doing some more personal care. The only thing good about that is I got to take another nice long hot bath. We quit putting essential oils, bath teas, and rose petals in the water until I find out what I'm allergic to. She put me back to bed, and I just rested the rest of the day, watching TV and listening to music while I dozed on and off. Rosa came in and fed the hungry boy and then got me something to eat, but I still wasn't starving. My aunt and uncle came over to play cribbage with my mom and me. I almost canceled because I wasn't feeling perfect, but it was nice to have something to take my mind off everything. My uncle was my partner, and we kicked butt. Since I didn't get up and didn't take any pictures, I took some photos off the web taken by my favorite local artist. After everybody left, I had a couple of pieces of medical chocolate and eventually fell asleep.
Tuesday was a pretty good day. Cindy came in and fed Dude and then fed me and got me dressed up in my chair. We had a few errands to run, but I wanted to take Dude out for a cruise while she cleans up, and she agreed to come and pick me up at the wharf. We cursed through Depot Park, I've come through here a couple times, and there's a bunch of chairs and a couple wheelchairs in a big circle, and I always wondered what it was. As I cruised by a lady, she said hello, and I said hello back to her. She said that they have been in a NA meeting every day there at noon… I told her I didn't understand, and then it dawned on me that she must've seen me before you at one of the AA meetings I went to, I didn't have time to stay, but I would like to check it out one day. We cruised down to the end of the wharf and back. We cruised down the middle of the boardwalk and back. It looks like they are setting up for this weekend… I heard it was going to be open but only for local people, so I wondered how they were going to do that. They usually have the ice-skating rink, set up a pedal go-kart race, have bales of hay set up to make take the course, and look really fun. They also had bales of hay set up for an obstacle course in the front of the boardwalk for people to go through guest services… I guess that's where they prove that they live in the area. They're starting to set up the Christmas tree at the beginning of the boardwalk. I love Christmas on the boardwalk! We cruised back down to the beginning of the wharf, and Cindy came to pick us up. She took us over to Best Buy because I have a couple of questions about setting up the projector outside. I want to make sure I'm definitely ready for the Michael Franti stay-at-home concert on the 21st. After we parked and got out, I looked in the parking spot across the way, and it looked like this big beautiful dog was driving, so I had to go over and take a picture. We went over to Safeway to get some fruit, and we ended up parking out in front of Ace Hardware. Right in the entrance, there is this blowup Christmas snowman eating ice cream in one hand and holding his head with the other, and it says on the front, "brain freeze" we laughed so hard… I think I can end up with that one this year. We got what we needed at Safeway and then cruised home. Adriana was in the kitchen, making me more salads and trying to eat a salad every other day, and she makes amazing salads! I came into the room to tilt my chair back and rest for a bit before Rosa comes in. She came in and fed the hungry boy and then put me to bed and fed me, I'm starting to get my appetite back a little bit, but I could eat much. I handed pictures for a while, watch TV until I fell asleep.