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So far so good, I'm not 100 % yet but I am back to 75% of my norm in terms of pain and energy, as usual I just needed a few days rest

Are their nerves in the breasts? I guess there must be but I never noticed any sensation there. Anyway I woke up this morning with the queerest pain in my right breast. Even the slightest contact sent a sharp pain from the top to the nipple. Entirely new pain for me. It is beyond annoying to find out just how many ways my body can hurt. I miss the days when I was basically numb everywhere.

Onward into the day. My morning walk is complete, the gate is open and I am enjoying my morning coffee. I like having a donation box nearby, I can give away stuff much easier and I have found a couple of things I've been wanting including some decent chairs. Today I found a couple of those hangers that you can store more than one thing on. I've been wanting to try one of these for awhile.

I think the weather is changing again as my sinuses are acting up, more pain for me to figure into my day. I really did not set out to complain about my physical self today. Guess I just needed to complain a little.

I've set up candles and totems on my altar including a spirit lamp which is a beginning though I still have a lot of other things to go on it.  Including some things I need to make or alter to fit including representatives of Mother Earth and Father Sun.

The final bat box is almost finished needing only an eye painted on and the Clearcoat applied. The others were challenging but this one, (Hufflepuff), gave me a difficult time. The colours were easy but that badger took me a few days to figure out. Like I said it is almost done.

I have not decided what to do next as the landlady bought a welcome sign so now I don't need to make one. I am thinking about doing one for my door anyway but am not entirely sure yet.

The inventory of the shelf is almost complete just the fabric and yarn to do. Oh and all the stuff that is on the top. After that is catalogued I will be tackling the area around my desk which is a desk, a table, a file cabinet and a buried chair.

Most of the keepers will be going into the boxes but the stuff in the drawers will be sorted and redistributed. I expect to get rid of a lot of the duplicates but it is still a lot of little things like ink, stamps and drawing tools and I want to make a list that tells me exactly what stamps I have and how many of each of the drawing tools ie 8 x erasable colouring pencils.

On and on. Now I need my coffee and a book to get me energized to do the last row on the shelf.

Live, Love, Laugh




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