Saturday, August 06, 2011
Fuzzy Math — Six Word Saturday — My Operation # 02
She: None Is Better Than One
This really isn't fuzzy math. No bell seemed to be better than one bell according to Mrs. Jim.
Mrs. Jim has been my buddy during my recovery for the left knee total replacement that I am going through.
Because our house is spread out and for sure when I was in the bedroom NEEDING HER HELP and she was in the kitchen or some other room she had a hard time hearing me call.
So I found this little bell to ring whenever I needed her. This system really worked quite well.
But now that I am fairly mobile with using my cane there isn't much more need to call her with the bell. I can just go get her instead when she cannot hear my gentle call.
I am hoping that next Monday it will be 'use a cane any place' time and I can put the walker up.
The final six words:
Two-year-old birthday girls smile really nice
We missed a bunch of birthdays this year so we made up for lost time when the London bunch got here.
This is BP. Her birthday was July 16 but she didn't get to us until July 19. Karen's ( her blog ) birthday was July 19 but she didn't get to us until July 23.
Billy's birthday was February 26 but we couldn't get him his present, these TaylorMade Penta golf balls, until July 19 when they came to us.
Your granddaughter is adorable, just beautiful.
Glad the leg is better, for your wife's sake.
she's 2 aready, boy they grow up fast! happy lat bday toothem all!
taking about bday's I missed you singing on my bday :(
and hello to Mrs. Jim
Glad you're getting around better now.
6WS: School Starts Monday
And the picture of your granddaughter is just gorgeous.
and I used to have one whenever my kids were sick. Your leg looks so much better - I liked how you were recovering s l o w l y. But I think you have done well with the walking.
I still have to use walker outside.
Thanks for the Biblical jokes. And a belated birthday wish to all the clan. I am sure they were happy to see you doing so well. Take care my friend and do be careful. Regards, Merle.
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