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V Day

Happy Valentine's Day to all!

This morning I am relaxing on the computer with a cup of coffee. I will make a pot roast dinner in my pressure cooker before I have to work at 3:30. I want it done before then so that I can take some to work for my supper. Because, you just know that hospital food is so tasty ;).

I managed to get some cleaning done this week and a steady dose of meds. Amazing! According to the scales, I have lost some more weight. I don't know how. I will see what the hospital scales say today. Home scales and hospital scales differ by like 3 pounds. I like my reading so much better.

I bought a new steam mop. Love it! It's so much easier than a regular mop and bucket. You don't have to shoo everyone out of the room and bar anyone from entering. lol. It cleans great and gets stuck on food off easily.

Not much is happening. Kendra is cuddling with me, finally! I have waited long enough. I love it. Kaelynn is just cooing away and reaching for things. Kaydence is getting a little braver about moving on the floor. She is now getting on her knees and rocking. But she is not happy about it and is protesting loudly.

Nothing is new with the boys as usual. Me and Mike just work and try to take care of the house and everyone in it. It feels like a boring rut we are in. But, it might change. We are making plans to get this house in order and fixed. We have a lot to do in a short amount of time. So we are making that a priority now.

Well, I need to get off from here and take a shower and start my supper. But first, I will cuddle with the grandbabies.

Have a great V Day! (and no alien "visitors" allowed)

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