Can’t Escape My Camera

For the second time I went to the Senior Center with a friend. I didn’t really want to go but I made myself. I had sugar problems last night and I was tired and just didn’t feel good today. Ever had one of those nights when you slept; but you woke up as if you had not rested?

Well, the seniors played Train Domino, but with the way I was feeling, I didn’t get in on the game. Instead, I played the piano. I took lessons as a kid for 7 years. I was embarrassed because I was quite rusty at the keys. I stopped playing after a bit and went outside and took some photos.

It did my mind good. I was concentrating on nature instead of my body signals telling me it wasn’t one of my better days. I hate my cane. I have been forced to  use it the past three days due to gait problems. Picture it, me, my purse, my cane and my camera. Now that took cordination.

I went back in when the sprinkles of rain started. I banged at the piano again while waiting for lunch to be ready. I always loved the piano and always will. I probably spent a good hour playing.

Afterwards, while eating lunch, one of the people came up and ask me to come back and play again. I smiled, and said I would, even through my rusty playing. She told me it sounded real pretty and loved my church hymns I had chosen to play.

Of course, here are my photos I took this morning.

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Award, Who Me?, Why Thank-You

I came home from the doctor this afternoon to find an award waiting for me to accept. I was surprised; but happy. It is called the Premio Dardos Award.

The Premio Dardos Award exists to acknowledge the values that every blogger shows in their effort to transmit cultural, ethical, literary, and personal values every day. These stamps were created with the intention of promoting fraternization between bloggers, a way of showing affection and gratitude for work that adds value to the Web.

Dr. Rex,, was kind enough to award me this. Thank-you Dr. Rex. I appreciate it very much.

I would like to share this award with a few good friends in no certain order.



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