Happy Easter 2013!
Two pictures for today.
The first above was fun to do.
It was done today.
Here is my second picture. This one was done on the 27th.
Easter marks the end of March.
Since I last wrote, so much has happened.
My husband lost his job after 15 years with his company. Well, actually, his company was bought several years ago, and everything went well.
But eventually the company that bought him was bought by a larger company.
Last year, he got a new supervisor. This has been a very hard year for him. With each passing day, I felt they were targeting him to get rid of him, and they finally did. They have eliminated many of the old company people, and there is only one left from the original company. I'm sure he'll eventually go, as well.
On the one hand, I am sorry he lost his job. On the other hand, I'm glad he lost his job. They were making him miserable.
My work at home days have changed from Monday and Tuesday to Thursday and Friday. One of my friends in our group, who holds the same position I do, has moved into another group.
I miss her presence, but am very glad for her. She has many years left to work and I only have a few.
Next year, we stand to see two retire in our group, only leaving five. When I go, there will only be four.
I was planning on waiting till I'm 66, but it depends. I might opt to go sooner. I'll just have to wait and see how things play out.
I'm glad to see March end. This month, I've had some nerve pain in my right arm and hand with stiffness in my right shoulder from an accident I had at work in June, 2008. Funny how these things kick up again. Hoping warmer weather tames it down a little.
I went to the eye doctor this month due to some pain in my right eye. My vision is getting old along with the rest of me, and it was time for a long-overdue checkup. After being treated for dry eye for two weeks, I had my eye exam, and I ordered new glasses. The doctor gave me over the counter drops to continue to treat my dry eye condition.
I should be picking my glasses up soon. This week sometime, I'm sure.
I'm due to see my surgeon this next month. Time for my 6 month checkup after my Whipple Surgery last year. After that, it will just be every year.
The world is going kind of crazy right now with North Korea. It's all in God's hands, of course, so I don't worry about it.
I hope you all have a wonderful Easter!
Bless my sweet husband. We have a double-car garage, and our doors needed to be replaced. He bought one on Friday, and after he got it in, he went back and bought the other. He got them both up, and working. He did it all, by hisself! Each door weighed 157 pounds. (He is very strong; especially for being an old man.) We opted for insulated, to help keep the basement level warmer.
Take care, love your families, and take peace in knowing, "HE Lives!"