What’s top of my mind:
My appointment with my surgeon next Tuesday. I am anxious to discuss with him my next surgery. Looks like I may be getting a reversal of my ileostomy (i.e. No more Roger!)
Where I’ve been:
On my screened-in back porch, enjoying the 70 degree weather. My own little slice of at-home heaven.
Where I’m going:
Provincetown Massachusetts for a week in May for my 51st birthday. And maybe a trip to NYC for the first time in over 2 years.
What I’m watching:
Feel good comedies like “Bob’s Burgers” and “Parks and Recreation”. I need these light comedies to escape the reality of the world sometimes.
What I’m reading:
“Guy Gardner”, a comic series from 1992. He was a wayward Green Lantern, and I’ve never read it before. It’s time.
What I’m listening to:
I can’t get “Mama Do the Hump” by the Rizzle Kicks out of my head.
What I’m eating:
Healthier things than before, including mail-order low FODMAP Modify Meals.
Who needs a good slap:
A couple of my co-workers. ‘Nuf said.
What I’m planning:
A massive inventory and reorganizing of my comic book collection.
What’s making me smile:
Funny and Flirty texts from my friends everyday that make me laugh and help me feel cared about and connected.
11 thoughts on “World of Mine Wednesdays”
I hope losing Roger will be good news? (Sorry, Roger.)
In addition to the no-gluten do you have to adhere to low FODMAP too? I guess that makes sense but it never occurred to me before.
It will be good news, indeed!
I don’t have to eat low FODMAP, but given all my digestive issues, it seems like a good idea to eat such foods when I can to not overly tax my innards.
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I hope it’s good riddance to Roger. I wouldn’t be able to get Mama doing the hump out of my head either.
Catchy, isn’t it?
NYC was fun last week, I need to plan a work trip there for later this year.
Sound slike it was. We should meet up sometime if you’re interested.
Whatever keeps you going, proceed! 🙂
That’s a great motto..
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Getting rid of Roger? That’s fantastic news!
Glad to see everything else seems to be going well, too.
So far so good.
Provincetown and NYC, oooooo! Great trips to look forward to!