Thursday, December 15, 2011

DADS THURSDAYS ENTRY TWO THOUSAND THREE HUNDND SEVENTY FOUR

Start the day right, spend your time first with GOD. before you do another thing.
“ Time is so precious-do not waste it” Dad


Good  Morning.

I am in a Happy Mood this morning. We are to go to the Wound Center at 8:30 this morning. We will find out then if I have had enough of the Oxygen Treatments, We feel that we have, we will let you know.
We have enjoyed the time with Sherry at the Oxygen Center, and feel that our time was not wasted, We count Sherry a close friend and we will be visiting her often, just to visit and see her sweet smile, I admire her so much. Dad
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I must get down to my business of producing good home grown tomatoes, it is to early of course but I do need to get my spot turned for at least 50 plants. I will have plenty for myself and a few of my friends and a few for my kin folks

6 comments:

Sara said...

Good morning.

Chewy did well at his surgery yesterday. He was up and walking the minute he hit the recovery room! He sleep all night,but was really ready for breakfast this morning.

I remember it took Oreo forever to get back to his regular self after surgery. Not Chewy!

Have a good day.

Anonymous said...

Just checking in on your blog this morning. Been thinking about you all a lot lately and hoping all is well! It was so great to see you all a couple of months ago on our way to Pigeon Forge.

Love, Michael S.

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

I hope you have good news at your appointment today. I know you have been feeling much better. Take good care!

Joan said...

Good Morning DAD...


After such a beautiful, warm, sunny day in NYC, we are having a dark, dreary, windy, rainy day. It will be an indoor day, good for doing some housework while listening to some holiday music. I hope your weather is good for the drive to the HBOT center, with maybe a stop for a cup of hot coffee on the way home.

I was surprised to read an article in the New Yorker Magazine about growing heirloom tomatoes, the author grows 40 tomatoe plants a summer for a family of 4. I thought that is impossible, a family of 4 can't possibly eat that many tomatoes. Now I read that you put 50 tomato plants in the ground. I always complained that I didn't get many tomatoes from my 2 or 3 plants....guess I need a much bigger garden if I want to enjoy homegrown tomatoes all summer. And, I'll know where to come for help if I decide to do that.

Forgot to mention yesterday that I really liked those 2 quotes from your Book of Wisdom, especially the second one. Hope you are recording your library for others to cherish. Enjoy the rest of your day. ...Sara's Mom

jmuhj said...

Dear Dad, Ms. Mary, and sweet, sunny Prince:

I'm not sure whether to say I hope you DO or DON'T need to continue your HBOT, as you clearly enjoy and benefit from them so much! I guess I'll wish the best whichever way it's decided ;) and know that, with your first comment being true, it will be the right thing ;)

Wishing you all safe journeys, a relaxing and comfortable weekend, and lots of purrs from the little man >^^<. Yes, pretty soon it will be time to get that land ready for the plants again! What kinds will you be planting this time?

Sending love and PURRS from Jamaka and fams <3

betty said...

HI DAD,
Another day of rain here in Paradise. We are in the throes of getting ready to fly off to the Dominican Republic to visit with my daughters and their in-laws. I don't remember if the tomatoes there are good but the mangos are super delicious. The coffee is, too.
Your friend Jamaka is wise and caring. She loves her purring friends. Sara's love for her dogs and Jamaka's love for her cats makes me want to have one of each. It is so good that Prince is with you and brings you joy. Aloha from HI.....Sara's aunt