As promised, here are some photos.

Maggie spinning


I've had a hard time getting these posted so I quit in frustration and thought I'd try again here at work.  Of course, I can't change the font or fix the photos to be positioned where I'd like.  I don't know what I was thinking.

I love the expression on the alpaca's face.  He/she looks as curious about me as I was about him/her.  I guess, I'll just post a few photos at a time.  Maggie seemed to enjoy the spinning.  Can you see her socks?  She has always embraced the mismatched socks thing and now I understand it's a fad. 

I had a kidney doctor appointment yesterday.  My primary sent me there because she wanted a check on the kidneys since they affect blood pressure.  To my relief, the visit was uneventful.  My kidneys are functioning just fine.  I do have to get many blood tests done for him and then we'll decide if I need to go back.  If everything is fine,  we'll see each other once a year to just keep an eye on things.

Wednesday, Pk and I go to the eye doctor's.  He needs new glasses since his eyesight is deteriorating.  I think mine is fine and I'll just keep these glasses another year.  I pay a lot of money for the progressive bifocals since the insurance doesn't cover those lenses (only the lined ones) and I want to get some more use out of these.

I have plenty of work to keep me busy today and we're going grocery shopping after work so we can get it out of the way.  Pk has a lot of work to finish this weekend and he's taking down the Florida room roof.  It's just a porch on the back of the house but when we bought our house, it was advertised as a Florida Room.  We thought it was funny and the name stuck.  He and El pulled down the inside last week and now they're taking off the improperly attached metal parts so we can put up a proper roof.  The main house is next.  We figured since we were having roofers put ashphalt on the house, we might as well replace this small roof at the same time.

I hope you all are well and that your weekend is  peaceful, restorative, and has some fun thrown in.


Roxie said…
Delightful photos! Great socks, and what a sweet-faced alpaca! Hope your weekend is fruitful and peaceful and completely free of splinters!
Galad said…
The alpaca does look like it wants to ask a question :-)
amy said…
Have a great weekend! We are celebrating a Very Important Fourth Birthday this weekend. :-)
Anonymous said…
i saw alpacas on the weekend too (with Alice) and I remember every time I see them how beautiful they are!

Popular posts from this blog

And another one....