Friday, September 19, 2008


It's only the 19th but it seems as though September is almost over. Other than flying, I'm looking forward to my trip to WI. I'll see Julee and be there long enough to drive her nuts. :) I'll meet all the people, I've seen in photos for weeks, while helping Julee with a slide show project. I'll be wearing sweaters!!!! The end of September and early October mean something in WI, or so I hear. I seem to have a lot to do suddenly before I get on that plane next week, so I'm feeling a bit scattered tonight.
Still no word on my Chest CT. My arm, was broken after all. After another CT on it, I saw my orthopedist today. Don't need to do anything; which is quite a relief. It'll heal on it's own and maybe I'll be able to predict the weather soon.
Hope you all have a wonderful weekend!
Thanks for taking the time to read my blog today.


Brenda said...

Sorry to hear your arm was broken in two places. I guess broken bones cannot always be set, and need to just heal in their own way. I managed to break 3 toes one time, tripping over a mini trampoline at home, and sat in the ER for many many hours with 2 small kids, only to be told that nothing could be done about it. GRRR...wonder why they didn't say that right when I got there.
Anyway, I have been meaning to mention that I like your slide show on the side, and noticed you said you are going to help the person you are visiting with a slide show. Just curious if yours is from one of google's features like Picassa?
Have a peaceful weekend!

Betty Flocken said...

thanks Brenda; The slide show on the side here is Pcassa. The slide shows I do other times is either with my Mac or the Windows Program. My DVD by Sonic.
I've always enjoyed putting photos to music
3 broken toes sounds Painful!

OvaGirl said...

Hey Betty, I believe you are way too busy to be sick! So I'm glad the elbow is a heal yourself deal (but still, ouch) and I hope the chest CT is nothing you have to worry about. Have a great trip. xx

Sandy said...

Oh, ...don't get too stressed....

and seeing the best outcome for your chest scan.