Homer's Travels: Weekly Ephemera #77

Sunday, December 24, 2023

Weekly Ephemera #77

I hope everyone is having a joyous Christmas Eve!
  • We are spending Christmas Eve and Christmas Day at my Mom's house.  Instead of a white Christmas we are having a moist Christmas Eve.  We've had around a half inch of rain on a fairly warm Sunday.  It's something like 20℉ warmer than normal which is a lot.  The rain may turn to snow tonight so we may have a white Christmas Day so keeping our fingers crossed. 🤞
  • Last Tuesday I had my stent removed.  It was a quicker procedure than I expected which is always a good thing.  I am now done with doctors until I get an ultrasound in February (a kidney stone follow up) and a doctor's follow up in April.
  • I got a new front pocket wallet.  My old one, which I probably have had for decades, was starting to wear out.  The new one isn't quite the same, and will never be as good as my old one, but it will be fine once it breaks in.  It has taken me years to replace my old wallet and I think it took so long because of my attachment.
  • This week I watched "Bodies" on Netflix.  It was an interesting mystery/sci fi series.  Definitely on the twisted spectrum.  Also watched "Leave the World Behind".  While it wasn't great it was good and very thought provoking considering what is happening in the world around us.
  • Next week, after Christmas, I am hoping to start walking again.  I will naturally start slow to see how my body reacts.  I'm not quite healed yet from my surgery.  Fingers crossed.

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