CharlieMC (charliemc) wrote,
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Sick With A Cold -- Grocery Shopping

I'm still feeling lousy today. There are no two ways about it.

I did get up and did some festival work. Going through emails and answering them and so on.

And then sister Sue was kind enough to take to Freddies so I could pick up a few things, including more cold medicine (!!!) and Kleenex. And cat food -- you can't survive without it! I also got Starbucks while I was there, too. (Some extra hot Chai.)

Just that little bit of shopping wore me out! I was so tired when I got home.

I talked briefly with my friend June in the afternoon.

And Kris called me about work, letting me know he would take care of the RAM for the Server.

I can't think of anything else, really...

Marilyn got home around 7:30, and we watched some Australian Open tennis. Then we had rice and red tomatoes for dinner. Then Marilyn did the treadmill.

Fitbit Update: Marilyn did around 5,700 (plus) steps today -- she's doing so good! I did 3,677 steps, so I made my goal. Clearly shopping helped.

Marilyn is napping, and I can barely keep my eyes open. So I'm off to bed...

Tags: 2015, cat-food, cold, dinner, emails, exercise, festival, fitbit, food, it-related, january-2015, june, kris, medication, shopping, sick, sister-sue, steps, tomatoes, walking, work
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