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Monday, May 14, 2012

Monday (Night) Quiz About Me


Nah, I didn’t take me all day to answer questions about me. I stared the day at 5:30 this morning. I finished the book I was reading on the Kindle and had a couple cookies before I left for the hospital. I scheduled the brain MRI early so I could do my running earlier in the day when I have more energy. I’m not usually dragging at the end of the day, but I am stronger in the morning.

I meditate when I’m in the MRI. What can you really do for a half hour to an hour in a tube with your head braced in a cage and you aren’t allowed to move? The earplugs and padding around the head brace make it loud but not painful to the ears loud and eventually I can tune it out and it’s actually pretty peaceful. I doze off a little and it’s very relaxing. Yes, I’m weird that way, but it’s a nice way to kick off the day. Then while I was waiting for my copies of the images on CD, I had a latte and a banana nut muffin at Caffeini’s, the hospital’s coffee shop that’s right outside of radiology, where they do the MRIs.

Aside from going to the hospital to relax and spoil myself, which qualifies me for jumped the optimism shark, it ended up being a pretty long morning with some glitches with the CD burner that had to be fixed and started over. That’s why this is a late-night quiz!


 This week’s Questions:

1. Finish this sentence - The best thing about this past weekend was...


Purchases! I had some finances free up so I could get my medical copays caught up. I also got a couple of Nani treats. This bracelet:


If medical ID bracelets looked this good when I was first diagnosed as allergic to penicillin I would have always worn one like the doctor advised. Ah, but I was a teenager and well, bracelet… Why wear it if it doesn’t look pretty?? This one identifies my allergies and medical condition and it looks so good!

I also made my decision on the e-reader and ordered my Nook. I have software that changes the Kindle books to epub books so they’ll work in my Nook. Can’t wait to try it out!



2. When company drops by unexpectedly what do you serve?

Glendale Garden Café. But I really don’t do drop-bys. Call first. I don’t feel obligated to answer the door if I don’t feel like it.



3. How old were you when you got your first cell phone?

I was 17. My Dad bought it for me for Christmas. Actually, he wanted me to have it and my Mom did the shopping. It wasn’t called a cell phone then, it was a car phone. A big box of a thing that plugged in to the lighter. My friends didn’t have the number because it was for outgoing calls. It was an arm, a leg and the obedience school tuition for every cat I’d ever own to actually make a call on it, but Pop slept better knowing it was in my car just in case!

Christmas when I was 17 was 1983!



4. Where do you blog?

 I blog sitting at the dining room table on my laptop.



And don't forget to add a 5th Question on your own blog so we can answer as we hop around!

We all now know that I go get an MRI to relax. Where do you go to get away for a little bit and just relax?

Truthfully, I like to go to Starbucks or Cracker Barrel with a good book. I used to go to the park and walk.

3 comments:

Glo Haynes said...

Hey Nani, You are such an inspiration to me, when I am feeling a little blue or just too tired to move, I read your blog and you always inspire me to just get up and do something, anything, except sit around and be tired or blue! I really do admire your strength, your wonderful sense of humor, and your uplifting look on life.

I did not do the meme this week, but I am going to answer you question any way! When I really need to relax, or just need some quite time, I either sew or go for a walk. If I really need to think about something I walk, it seems to open my brain up and allows me to see the situation from all sides.

I hope you have a wonderful week!
glosews

Wayne W Smith said...

I like the medical ID bracelet. That looks great!

Edna B said...

I have to agree, I do love your medical bracelet. The colors are beautiful. As for your question, When I really want to tune out, I do my jig saw puzzles on my PC or laptop. I find it very relaxing.
Enjoy your new Nook. I think I'll be getting one for my daughter for her birthay in July. You have a great day Nani, hugs, Edna B.