Daniel got up for work, I was aware he was up, bu that's it. I woke again about 6:20, dozed, listened to the radio, finally got up close to 9.
I had breakfast and tried to catch up on email, making some headway before heading to Jackson for my hair appointment.
I stopped at the credit union on my way, then out to Michigan Center. Snip, snip, buzz, buzz, Lauretta cut of at least an inch in some areas. We are both amazed at how fast this hair is growing. After paying her and scheduling the next appointment, I drove down Frank's street.
He wasn't home, but John (the one in the motorcycle accident a year or so ago) was in the garage. I pulled in.
He liked my new G6. He walked all around it and gushed appropriately. We had a nice visit--he's up and walking and looks real good. He started the next phase of physical therapy last week with the goal of maybe returning to work, with restrictions, at the soonest, in 6 weeks. But he's also got some sort of painful tendon growth or something like plantar fascitis (sp?) on his affected leg that may require surgery. Amber is doing well, though she wasn't there at the time. Her surgeries have gone ok but she's still got some residual problem, also. John and I commiserated: crashes and cancer change bodies forever.
It was good to see him. I left, made a couple of other stops, and headed home.
I needed to eat, so I did. Daniel came in; he had said previously that he was able to have his "big" meal there at the casino, so he would have a sandwich or something light at night. Well, that isn't available yet on the weekends, so he was hungry too. Fortunately there was some yummy leftovers in the fridge that he fixed.
Dan went out to "hit golf balls". It was still too warm for me to go out. I did some light housekeeping. When he returned it was about 8:30 or so. We chatted some before he went to bed at 9:00. Hm. Now what?
Since the sun was getting pretty low in the sky, it was cooling off to high 70's. I decided to go out for a bicycle ride.
I strapped on my helmet and rode for what turned out to be just over 1/2 hour, getting in just before dark. It was lovely.
I had a bowl of cereal and wrote here.
Tomorrow is grocery day, and I think Frank and Amy may be coming up.
Thank you for reading. Hugs.