Friday, March 31, 2017

CLOSING OUT MARCH



Unlike the rest of the year, this month has flown by.  I guess it's because I was so busy.  March included getting my hair cut, beginning to teach Bible study again, running to the hospital twice to get Joe's hands x-rayed, and seeing my primary doctor because of all the dizzy spells I've been having.  There was an Elders Meeting that Joe attended in spite of not being able to get our car out of the snow packed street.  We ended up getting a taxi to take us to the hospital for Joe's follow up doctor's visit that day.  Joe also went to an Pastors and Elders Conference for a weekend. Last week I went to urgent care for pains in my chest that turned out to be a strained muscle.  Joe went to a doctor's appointment at the VA Hospital and began physical therapy which will continue for 6 weeks.  I saw my cardiologist this week and finally got my new dishwasher delivered today.  It will be installed tomorrow.  It's been a very busy month with little time to breathe!

My temperature afghan is coming along.  As you can see the month began with a yellow stripe of 70 degree weather, but ended with lots of cooler blue and dark green.  The extended forcast makes me think that next month will be almost entirely green.


The entire afghan so far.

Here's a look at my Breathtaking Views calendar for March.

Highway 163 approaching Monument Valley on the border of Utah and Arizona

And the end of my MARCH @ 6 P.M. shots.
 
March 26


March 27

March 29

 
March 31


Goodbye March.  We'll be saying hello to April in a few hours.

13 comments:

  1. I agree that March has whizzed by. Looking forward to a bit warmer weather. I really like the way the afghan is turning out. Quite colorful!

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    1. Looking forward to the spring weather also. I like the afghan too.

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  2. You're Afghan is such a great idea! It looks great.

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    1. Thanks, Christine! I hope it's still nice looking as we go into the warmer months.

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  3. I love the idea and concept behind that afghan. You will have to work the year into it somewhere so you remember which winter it signified.

    Glad you just had a pulled muscle and nothing more serious. It's scary though when that sort of thing happens.

    Hope you and Joe both have a good weekend, Kathy. xo Diana

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    1. I can't take credit for the idea of the afghan. I read about it on the internet. Maybe I'll add a fabric tag somewhere with the year on it.

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  4. Kathy, Dear girl, I bet you are glad to say good bye to March. Me too. The ups and downs with the temps is rough on us. I pray our month of April will be more like spring should be. Sweet !. Blessings to you and Joe, xoxo, Susie

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  5. HI Kathy....
    Your afghan is looking great!
    Happy April ⭐️
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  6. I am usually happy to see March go. Not sure why exactly, but maybe because it seem so long after a shorter February. Wishing you a good April!!

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  7. Lots of dr appts=money and good results hopefully and busy days. I was supposed to have a dr appt a week ago Friday. I got a phone call and all the phones were out and computer systems. I was able to make an appt this week for next Friday. Glad it wasn't anything crucial but life happens. I hope you and Joe are on the mend. I do like your afghan. Nice idea! Have a lovely April my friend!

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  8. It's been a crazy month and one I am happy is over. Hope you have a beautiful Sunday my friend. Sweet hugs to you both, Diane

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  9. Strained muscle?!?!? I am glad that you will be seeing your cardiologist anyway. My sister-in-law went to the hospital with what she thought was a strained muscle and ended up having to have stints put in. She was in only for over night. I hope you get checked out.

    I like your idea of taking a picture at 6 PM. I love to look and compare them. Have a great week ahead!

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