Thursday, June 7, 2007

The beauty of it all!

Since a blog entry without a picture is somewhat boring, I'll share with you one of my favorite. The photograph credit goes to NASA. I love the moon! For me it signifies that life is a mystery!

I was tagged by Sharon of Red Geranium Cottage to post my "to do list". Since this will be my last entry for a little while, I thought I would post what my day will be:

  • 1. Give dd a big hug and tell her how much I love her - put her on the school bus
  • 2. Pack my bags - George Clooney and I are going away!
  • 3. Prepare my hand applique basket - in case George gets boring
  • 4. Call Martha Stewart to let her know that my home will not be ready for the photographer
  • 5. Answer some e-mails & perhaps read blogs
  • 6. Go to the post office
  • 7. Leave for my trip - Bon voyage!

    Have you ever taken magnesium citrate? Well don't, it's not an experience I would recommend to anyone. Oh, and if you never thought you were full of crap, well you'll get a whole new perspective on your person! lol So, here I am, literally empty and unable to eat! Stephen completely forgot and brought me my coffee in bed, like all other mornings. Talk about temptation!

    I don't have to be at the hospital until noon, but I do have a few things to get done. I shall leave you.

    Thank you for thinking of me, whether in prayers or in sending positive energy. As I mentioned in a prior blog entry, I am truly blessed to be surrounded by wonderful souls! I bow to you in gratitude! Namaste

    Joyce said...

    Good luck and quick recovery. Smelling coffee and not being able to drink it! What torture!

    Darlene said...

    Remember you'll be in my heart, thoughts and prayers all day! ((HUGS)) my friend!

    Pam said...

    I have never had magnesium citrate - but I have seen the results of it -- not the best way to start your day.

    Good luck with your surgery. I will be thinking of you and I will say a prayer that all goes well and you have a very speedy recovery.

    Libby said...

    Will be keeping you in my thoughts *s*

    swooze said...

    Hope all goes well and look forward to your return to blogland.

    Nicole said...

    Please be well. I hope your recovery is a very speedy one, and that all goes just fine.

    Kim said...

    Well darn it Carole, I didn't realize you were going into the hospital! I know you mentioned it was a possibility, but I don't remember you saying it was a done deal. I'm just reading yesterday's and today's blog posts, so now I know. I sure hope you're feeling better soon so you can come back and play with us here in Blogland! Take care, and my thoughts are with you. (And don't hog George--he's on my "to do" list!)


    Sweet P said...

    Good luck with your surgery. I'll keep you in my prayers. If you get tired of George you can send him to me. DH and I are going to see Oceans 13 on Saturday. TIme to swoon for George.

    CONNIE W said...

    You'll continue to be in my thoughts and prayers. Massive hugs. :-)

    Leigh said...

    (((Hugs))) xxxx :-) <3 xoxoxo
    Think that just about says it all.

    Patti said...

    Oh yes - magnesium citrate! It's been close to 10 years but I remember so very well! The only thing that made it a bit easier was my Tangled Thread nurse practioner friends telling me to double the number of days I was on the liquid diet before the test. Didn't leave all that much in my body to get rid of. The preparation was WAY worse than the test itself.

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