Hi, all. Gimpy here. I want to thank everyone for their kindness in the comment section yesterday. I was embarrassed to tell you that it even happened at all, but ended up being overwhelmed with your honesty and support. I had no idea how many clumsy people like me there are out there!
Thanks for sharing your stories with me. It really did make me feel better.
There’s lots of good going on, and I’m sending the lens to Nikon tomorrow to see if it can be repaired. I’ve already had a friend offer to lend me her macro lens, and even though I don’t think it will come to that, I want to thank her for the offer. (Thanks, Daryl).
Other good things today included the fact that the external hard drive issues have been solved. It was a faulty USB cable which I’ve replaced and all is working well now.
And my knee appears to just be badly bruised. Yay!
Today, I ordered lunch out, which is something I rarely do, and ended up having the most fantastic sandwich. I tried not to groan as I ate it at my desk and ended up thinking of the character of Joey Tribiani from Friends. If you were ever a fan of the show, you’ll remember that his favorite food was “sandwiches” and now I know why. That turkey club was nirvana.
Tonight (Wednesday) at 10 PM, I’m watching a show that was recommended by a friend. It’s on the TV Land station, channel 304 on DirecTV and it stars Betty White and three other actresses. It’s called Hot in Cleveland. I don’t know much else about it other than the fact that tonight is the season finale. The show stars Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves (from Frasier) and Wendie Malick. I love Wendie Malick. You may remember her from Just Shoot Me where she played fashion editor and former model Nina Van Horn and was, in my opinion, the best thing about the show.
Today my hair looks like this spent clematis head, which is an improvement over what it looked like yesterday.
The photos in this post are macros from my vault, all taken in August 2008. I thought I’d dig them up and play with them tonight.
And you can never go wrong with mushrooms, as far as I’m concerned.
Until tomorrow, my friends . . .