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Another Round of His and Hers
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"I am governed by the pull of a sentence as the pull of a fabric is governed by gravity." Marianne Moore

Perusing our home, I found another example of our "his" and "hers."

This is Michael's end table in the living room:

His end table 9 8 12

I believe Michael found the skull bandana but the rest were gifts from me. The two frosted ones hold tea lights. They have a nice look when we are watching TV by candlelight. The red flamed skull is one I found in our local New Age store. I didn't realize how striking it was until I turned the lamp.

As for the skull pocket knife, Michael found that one and unfortunately I don't recall the story.

Here is the new look of my once called "hot spot:"

EMFs end table 9 8 12

Prior to living a cluttered life I couldn't see the table top. Weekly, I would work on putting items away. I also threw stuff out. What a concept - to throw stuff away.

It feels good to have the clutter gone.

Today was a busy day right from the start.

We were up early to head into SLO-town for Michael's eye exam by an ophthalmologist. This is a follow-up from his initial exam he had at the end of August. The optometrist who checked Michael's eyes was concerned by what she saw glaucoma.

The doc did see what concerned the first doctor. He inquired about Michael's insurance status. Michael replied it was the VA and for any tests, Michael would have to drive to LA.

The doctor asked if we could stay around town until the clinic closed at 12:30 p.m., if so we could meet him at his office because he had the required equipment.

The result of the examination is that Michael doesn't have glaucoma. The doctor said this is something Michael was born with. Michael has a baseline for future tests. This is a big relief for Michael.

Once the appointment with the eye doctor was completed, we went over to a Napa Auto parts store to get a fuel filter for the truck and followed by a stop off at Foods 4 Less to purchase meat to carry us through the rest of the month.

By the time we made it home, I was very tired and I'm ready to call it a day.

mz. em


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