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2000:  Giraffes & Monkeys & Bees, Oh My
2001:  Last Day in London
2002:  Wake Up Call
2003:  Gorgeous Gorge
2004:  How Quickly It Goes
2005:  My Exciting Day
2006:  
Keep Cool, Boy
2007: Have Microphone, Will Interview

2008: The Shoe on the Other Foot
2009:
  The Doctor Won't See You Now
2010:  My first 911
2011:  Dreams and Nightmares
2012: I hate it when she's right
2013: 
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2014: Midnight in Beantown
2015: Saturday 9
2016: Best Laid Plans
2017:  Pole Line Road
2018: Finished...at Last Finished


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A STAR IS BORN

19 September 2019

I felt like a movie star.  Ned is working on his video for Lacie's birthday and I had a part in the movie (Walt does too).  I didn't have to go through makeup, but I did have to wait for half an hour or so for Ned to set up the brief scene.

I didn't have to do much, and felt like I might fall asleep while Ned checked everything before taking the two attempts at it.

This was my view from where I was napping

(I considered editing out "poo bags" behind Ned but decided it added to the ambience!)

Today was another trip to the doctor for my mother, who seems to have lost the ability to smile or do anything but gripe.

The trip went easier than last time but again, she sat stoically in the back of the car, ignoring any comment I made to her. 

She didn't want to get out of the car because she would be standing on the street, but we managed to get her out and into the waiting room.  Walt sat with her while I went to register her.

Her wound is better and they decided that they can just leave instructions for Sandy to clean and dress it and we don't have to come back again.  Yay!  She even called me "Bev" at one oint when she couldn't remember her last name and was asking me to help.

Kaiser is starting to give flu shots on Saturday, but I talked them into giving her a shot while we were there so we don't have to come back.  I'm very happy about that!

She didn't want to leave the building, but I managed to convince her to get out and the ride home was uneventful.  It was difficult to get her out of the car,  but I was pleased that she seemed to recognize Eldervilla and said she was so happy to be "home" and that all she wanted was something to drink.

Ned spent the afternoon working on the shelves he's building in the laundry room.  Oh it's going to be SO nice when it's painted and things can be put back.  It's going to be incredibly organized...something I've wanted to do there for years, but just can never face having to remove everything to do it...
 

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