Wednesday, April 29, 2015

What A Bummer

Spectacular weather, one or two things to do every day this week, I can't drum or do anything that requires my left hand and it's still throbbing.

 Gary and Karen did most of the chores this morning, but I did make an appearance to see what
I was capable of doing.

 Picked some daffodils for the porch and kitchen after I did a little mowing.

 Had to go to Wegmans for a few things, and then I was off to see my regular Doctor.
 When I drove over a bridge, I noticed that the canal was almost full.  It will open for travel in the next week or so.

 The girls really seem to be enjoying the milder temperatures. 
Hit 70.
Tried to rest for awhile as tonight was the Sankofa dress rehearsal and I usually go and take pictures.  Brought an ice pack with me and had more luck with videos than still shots.  Karen was kind enough to do evening chores.

This year Clyde Morgan is retiring (the choreographer) so it's a very special event.  Generally all the shows are sold out.
Every year they end the show with a signature performance.
All the pieces were well done and if you have your tickets, you will really enjoy the show.
Night all.


  1. Sorry to hear you are hurt. What a bummer, especially now the weather is finally nice. I hope it heals fast!

  2. There's nothing worse than being unable to do what you want to do because of an injury. I hope it heals quickly or at least stops throbbing. Feel better.


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