Susan Dennis (susandennis) wrote,
Susan Dennis


Last night, I really fought going to sleep at 8:30. I held out til 9:30 and was totally dead to the world by 9:31. I woke up once to pee and then again at 5:59. I hit the pool and it was great. Slow going and not such an energetic swim but a good one anyway.

In the locker room I ran into one of the regulars who said "When I drove up and didn't see your car, I was afraid that the pool was closed!"

I will be soooo glad to return this car. It's been good but it feels like it's growing bigger and more cumbersome every day.  I'm so afraid of hurting it and I can barely park it and I feel like I'm driving a tank.  And, as Scott says, it's not even really that big.  But I so miss my little car.

And, I miss the looks of fun and appreciation and amusement and amazement that I get at every intersection. It's truly disconcerting to stop now, at an intersection and be totally invisible.

Tomorrow. I can unload the beast tomorrow.

I got home from the pool and got  coffee and interneted and then took a 45 minute nap. I am really a do nothing girl and when I don't do nothing, it wipes me out!  Scott and Julie will walk on down here tomorrow when they get ready. I know they wanted to stop at one shop that doesn't open until 9:30 so I don't expect them for another hour at least.

I'm not sure what's on the agenda. They have a good idea of what they want to do now, so I think I'll leave it up to them. I do believe that 5 Guys will be a lunchtime destination.  But I'm not sure if it's the one in Renton or the one at Northgate. Depends on what's left on their list.

My hands are now covered with my blood bruises. Between the car and just doing stuff, I have managed to add mightily to my collection. ARUGH. I hate them so much.  Oh and my toe has a fresh gout attack.  I think I got that early enough with my steroid pills. It's sore but not debilitating so far. My body is just not used to doing stuff!  
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