Susan Dennis (susandennis) wrote,
Susan Dennis

So far...

I expected my swim today to be a difficult one. I was afraid of breathing problems during and after. I was wrong, wrong, wrong. I've been out of the water and home now for more than an hour and no sign of lung issues. I'm so hopeful.

It wasn't my fastest swim ever. But it sure was good to stretch out and just swim and swim and swim. For most of the hour I swam, I was the only person in the pool. Finally, one of the regulars showed up but I did miss my buds.

Last night's Mariners game was way better than usual which easily made up for the Tuesday night game I attended. Today's game is this afternoon. Fingers are crossed.

I found two more shirts that I like enough to add pockets. I also found two that I like well enough to share with Goodwill. And that ends our Spring Closet Inventory! I'll probably add those pockets today or at least get started.

I need to find my next audio book. I'll finish up the latest one tonight. And other little this-es and that-s. Nothing big. Just the usual stuff of living.

siobhan63 is creating the greatest Add People To Your LJ Friends list entry. I'm quite enthused about it. It will be fun to fill out and read the responses.


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