Day #2 – Starting Over

I’m on a mission to get my life in order.

Yesterday, I pushed the “reset” button and began the process.

I promise not to write about my Starting Over Project every single day.

But …?

I’m feeling proud!

I knocked eleven things off my “to do” list yesterday!!

It’s amazing how much I can accomplish if I don’t travel and/or have house guests. (Ha!)

I began the day by getting a shot in the a$$ from Dr. Painless.   [Toradol]

Of course, that’s not something to be happy about.

But, it immediately took the edge off my pain level.

Sometimes, I just need a little RELIEF … even if it’s a short-term decrease in pain.

I don’t even realize how bad it’s gotten until it isn’t as bad.

(And then, the whole world looks a little brighter and life is a bit easier to handle.)

Yay for less pain!

Fred and I are both all about healthy eating too.

Drool Bib @ 2015 Suzanne Haggerty W

Fred howls in delight – wearing his “drool bib” after grooming, and before volunteering, at Special Olympics.)

Fred doesn’t understand why everyone he meets asks how much he weighs.

Fred’s favorite treat is when I give him a whole, large, carrot straight from the refrigerator.

He thinks it’s the best thing ever!

(He and I are both snacking on veggies for the next two weeks.)

My “to do” list is a mile long, so I’m working on it again today.

My goal is to have it to a manageable level by the one week point.

First on the list for today, is dropping my camera off for servicing with Canon Professional Services.

My camera, just like me, is overdue for some much needed maintenance!

2 Responses to “Day #2 – Starting Over”

  1. Denise

    What a cute photo of your Fred. I have a few things I really need to get done and just haven’t felt like it. With having two horses to ride and the whales in Avila right now, I just don’t seem to find time to call a painter or clean the windows.

    • Suzanne

      Thank you.
      It sounds like you’re having fun which is always great.
      I’ve ignored real life far too much lately and have no choice but to play catch-up.

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