At last! A morning in the 60s.
I was so tired for some reason...had a little couch time, took a shower and went to Wegmans for a major load of groceries.
Around 1, our friend Jay showed up to see if we needed to have anything done. He brought his work clothes and was ready for action. (His wife is Mary Ellen, our chorus director and pal). Jay goes to Agape and I saw him there a couple days ago. When he heard about Gary he stepped right
up..I'm telling you! we could not have more amazing and supportive friends.
In the meantime, Carol called a couple times while I was on the phone with Sally....when we didn't take her call, she got in her car and drove all the way from the lake to the farm thinking something might be wrong. She had on her work clothes too and insisted on doing the dishes. Jay ended up dumping two wheel barrows for me and then they sat around and had a cup of coffee with Gar.
Around 2:30 I took a quick trip to Agape to see if I could still do the bike and was
able to pedal forward and backward. A big deal to someone who has had a knee replacement.
Then I stopped at the spa for a swim. It was grey and 15-20 degrees colder than
the other days I have been swimming. Pretty chilly when I got out, but I am not complaining.
When I went out to feed the horses it was raining lightly....more, we want more.
Jenny stopped up to pick the indoor and whatever...dumped my wheelbarrow again.
She tested the salad I made for dinner. Romaine, nectarine, green grapes, banana, dried apricots, gorganzola and poppyseed dressing. Had Judy's super mac and cheese on the side.
I just want to say that Gary and I really appreciate the way our friends kick in. Here we are, two gimps....and they keep coming to our rescue. You can't beat 'um.