Thursday, September 17, 2015

Round UP

While Sleeping 

1. With daughter's birthday (23 days) coming and this loosely planned series (posted to FB) of micro-celebrations I've been looking at a lot of photos, bringing up a lot of memories, a lot of "feels."  Thus staying on an even keel has been a bit of a challenge. 

2. And staying on an even keel is vital given the medical terminology, medical billing, and ICD-10 CM proficiency lessons and testing. Cleared the first hurdle as far as the proficiency testing. I felt pretty good when I saw my score. I felt like break dancing. I didn't, of course. 

3. School is back in session which means there are students on the buses during my commute. This is not a cheerful happenstance. Students (okay, not all but some) are obnoxious. And loud. (Not all, I said). 

4. Something happened with our daffodils this season. Not just in my yard, but the entire neighborhood, possibly the town. I haven seen many blooms but precious few daffodils. 

5. Pancakes are awesome. French toast even more so. Noting trumps an omelet (esp. Greek) though. 


  1. Anonymous3:31 PM

    now I want breakfast for dinner.

    that is a sweet photo. how is it that these people turn in to grown ups? how? how?

    1. I can always have breakfast for dinner. Yum..

      How indeed. The nerve of 'em.

  2. I have an almost identical photo of myself - sprawled out on my stomach, backwards on the bed. I'm happy to have a kindred sleeping spirit.

    Daffodils are spring bloomers - unless you have a different species?

    Lately I have been hooked on pancakes with cranberries and walnuts. Comfort food at it's finest.

    1. My daughter has been an epic sleeper.
      No, not a different species. I meant this spring precious few daffodils bloomed. They came up but didn't bloom. Probably one of ten plants bloomed. Those that did was lackluster at best. The single bloom remains, decimated yet defiant long past their time.

      Save for my nut allergy, that sounds devine.


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