Monday, December 17, 2012

Good morning

Good morning.
I've just returned from cleaning the Salon. I know, today's Monday, not Sunday. But yesterday morning I awoke with terrible gas and let's just say it wasn't pretty. After worshiping at the toilet, I felt exhausted. When Craig got up, he wasn't much better. Figured it had to be the homemade nachos we had Saturday night. But he washed the green onions, thoroughly cooked the beef, so it had to be some other ingredient. After checking labels on the sour cream, bag of cheese, he discovered the taco shell had a use by date of last Sept. Now we had just bought the shells a few weeks ago. But like I told Craig, we got them at Kroger, and they are notorious for leaving outdated products on their shelves. I had discovered that with refrigerated items, and several times have brought it to an employees attention. Obviously they would rather sell the stuff than throw it out.  I had never thought to check taco shells. I will from now on.  :-\
So anyway, nothing much was accomplished yesterday, I took it easy sipping chicken noodle soup, and an occasional nap.
I'm feeling back to normal today. I'm at another plateau with my back. The magnesium doesn't seem to be improving my situation. Some days, I feel better, some worst. But I'll give it more time.
I have an appointment with Lansing Ophthalmology this morning, and I hope to get a clean bill of health. I'll be happy to stop the dilate drops. The few sunny days we've had have been murder. One morning, I had to wear them in the dark to work, as the headlights and taillights were too bright. Fortunately, yesterday, and today are cloudy, drizzly, and rainy.
Well, that's it for now.....

2 comments:

  1. We've had that happen with milk and cream.
    Sorry to her the magnesium isn't helping.
    Have a better week!

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  2. I wouldn't think expired taco shells would be so bad, just stale maybe????

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