Friday, December 11, 2009

What I Miss Most!

What is the saying, of all the things I miss it's my mind I miss the most!  That's how I feel this morning.  I know I had it yesterday but I'll be darn if I can find it this morning.  I wandered around my house trying to get ready for work and I must have ended up in the same room about 12 times with no idea why I was there or what I was looking for.  You just gotta laugh on days like that and think of it as an adventure.  I don't know where I am or where I'm going but I can sure have fun on the way.

I have an email friend in Connecticut.  We've been writing to each other for over 10 years but we have never met.  We are the same age and have a lot of things in common.  We both have rheumatoid arthritis and family members with mental disorders.  It's amazing the kind of friendships that can be developed through the internet and how wide your world can expand without ever leaving your house.  Anyway, I am going to make a real effort to meet Liz sometime next year.  We haven't figured out the details (as we are just in the 1st planning phase) but it's going to happen. 

As you can see, I accidently discovered COLOR today.  I have no idea how this occurred but I got online and had new options I didn't know existed.  A new tool bar and I have no idea where it came from.  But....I'm going to play with it and see where it goes.

So, everyone have a colorful day!  


Olga said...

My 40 year old son was complaining about the same kind of forgetfulness just yesterday. His upside--he has not been able to focus on his seasonal affective disorder. I hope he gets happier as he ages.

oklhdan said...

I hope he does too Olga!

kenju said...

We will not talk about forgetfulness here. Please. I walk at least a mile each day, going from room to room, trying to remember what I was doing.

Love the color changes.

Arkansas Patti said...

Forgetfulness is God's way of seeing we get enough exercise as we roam about searching for "what???"
Enjoy your venture into color.