2. It is snowing outside.
3. I went to the doc yesterday and was told to stop running for at least 10 days.
It is nice to have someone here. It was great yesterday to have both of my daughters pop in. They have not hung out for a very long time. It was so good to hear them laughing and goofing - even though I am frequently the subject of their humor - and that is OK. My daughter is a solitary kind of person like I am, so her living with me could either be great or horrible, but in either event it will be just fine.
Snowing. Big Fluffy Snow Flakes. All over my lilacs, roses, honeysuckle, lavender, tulips, lilies, etc. I covered a few things last night, but finally decided to let nature take her course. She has not been in a good mood in the last month, has she? I thought about the folks in Myanmar, China, and the tornado stricken parts of our own country - and realized a few frozen buds is not a big tragedy.
When I realized that the 'big deal' was not happening at work yesterday, I made a doctor's appointment. I have sciatica. The big honkin' nerve that runs from your lower spine all the way down your leg is inflamed. It hurts like hell, and has for a long time. Thanks to two blogs, I was able to determine that I have been complaining about this since February. I have Physical Therapy schedule for the first available appointment - May 21. And was instructed not to run until then... and then wait to hear what the PTist says. I am going to volunteer at the local marathon this weekend... just to keep excited about running.
My first year of Biblical School ended last night. I really enjoyed it, learned a lot, and met some great people. Now I have Monday nights free, and don't have to study during the weekend.
I will get to a meeting tomorrow morning. My meeting schedule has really suffered for my lately busy-ness. I will meet a sponsee at the meeting tomorrow. That is food for my soul.