Saturday, May 18, 2019

Back To My Regular Routine


Ready to enjoy this beautiful spring day!

Now that I have my colonoscopy procedure out of the way, I can get back to my regular routine. I cannot stress how relieved I am. Ever since my colonoscopy three years ago when my doctor found three large precancerous polyps, I've had this dark cloud hanging over my head. Now I only have one dark cloud hanging over my head, President Donald J. Trump.

This morning I engaged in one of my favorite activities, raking dead grass. I find the activity very relaxing as well as good exercise. I love being outside, breathing the fresh air and listening to the birds happily chirping seeking their new mates.

In two weeks time I'll be in Philadelphia to meet Pat, my Canadian Travel Buddy. As regular followers of this blog know, Pat and I get together four times (quarterly) a year.  Spring time and Fall time we meet in Philadelphia.  We stay at  the guest suite at my longtime friend Don McK.'s co-op in center city Philly. That week we're also going to my 60th high school class reunion. This will probably be my last high school class reunion. Members of my class are dying off with increasing frequency. I wonder who will left for our 70th class reunion. Of course I'll take pictures and videos of my class reunion.

I am so relieved that I can get back to my regular routine. Now I'm going to go out and rake some more grass.  

Have a great day!

4 comments:

VRC-Do You! said...

Glad that things turned out well. I know you are looking forward to your trip with Pat. Fill us in on Bill. Yes, an established routine is nice BUT a good shake-up is good once in a while.
























Ron said...

VRC-DO You!
I agree with you that an occasional shake-up is good too. Makes one appreciate the regular routine.
Ron

Ur-spo said...

routine feels wonderful have a shake up, yes. May you enjoy it so.

Ron said...

I LOVE routine! In fact the older I get I want routine. Still like a little spice in my life but back to a regular routine.
Ron