Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Busy day!

This morning I had my six month eye doc appointment and I am fine I guess at least I had minimalistic checking, good for another six months. You see, I can no longer get into the seat that you have to sit in for doing the lighted eye test or for the lenses in that thing that you look through as they change lenses and say is this good or this or is this better? You all know the drill, the one that makes us all want to rip our hair out, and yell I DON'T KNOW! Yay! I am no longer going to have that tortuous test, see I can find the gold ring in even something as mundane as that, hmmm?
I was handed a card instead with little letters on it that I could read with each eye covered from the uncovered eye, lefty that had the cataract lens for reading installed way back in 2010, it sees 20/20, and righty, even with the distance lens circa 2014, nearly does too! I said that wrong, no I do not have x-ray vision, yet, ha!
I was ushered in there via my transporter pushed by Hubby.

From there we went over to Home Depot to look over tile and a window for the shower for the new  enlarged shower in my ADA bathroom. The tile for the walls chosen were subway tiles, the same as in our other bathroom with the tub, but since this will be a no barrier shower, without a ridge to go over, a hexagon tile was chosen for the floor, both in white. The fiberglass shower in it at this time is too small and is not barrier free. The light of a window was needed so we chose glass blocks, six will be there, as well as a lighted fan/vent is necessary since the shower will be halfway behind where Hubby's toilet is now, a four foot by six foot shower is being installed by stealing that additional space from Hubby's workshop storage in the garage. The pipes have been put in on the other side of the wall that has not been knocked down yet. My pedestal sink will be put in there minus the pedestal and his vanity sink will go into my current bathroom and we may be painting the oak wood finish white or another color or leave it as is. Hubby has been taking pictures of its progress. I was going to pick the marble subway tiles and hexagon tiles also in marble, but that would cause the budget to go way up. I do love the white subway tile ones in my current bath and these will be identical and they are gender neutral, hey so will our bathrooms be, take that North Carolina, ha!
Then after Home Depot we went to lunch at a fairly new restaurant Royal India, Stan told me about it, it had opened eight months ago; daily they have an all you can eat buffet for twelve bucks, it was decent, not the too fancy stuff, but mighty tasty.
So we do recommend it if you enjoy curry and you should that is very good for you and since the blue zone areas of where people who live to over one hundred enjoy many components of it such as the turmeric.

After that we came home to relax although Hubby went into the garage back hard at work.
Stan the PT man came at four for a half hour exercise program for me. I did better he said.
Prior to that Number One Son called enroute on his way home from work today to confirm that he will be coming next week to take his Dad to his procedure of his colonoscopy and home again.

On that note of time sure flies when you have things to do, places to go and people to see and hear from, now allow me to be the very first to wish all of you a very happy healthy safe and peaceful good night and ask you all to kindly count all your blessings and share all your overages with you know whom and we will too!

And next time please be here or be square, ya hear!



    
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