Tomorrow (so far)

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Just got a call from the eye doctor. They had to reschedule my appointment, so I won’t be going there tomorrow. The doctor’s in the hospital. He’ll be all right, but not today.

I scheduled a couple of posts to appear tomorrow while I was vegetating in the waiting room. You’ll see a repeat of today’s re-post, “Living With Fantasy.” Now, why would I run that two days in a row? Because I’m a nincompoop, that’s why. Hit the wrong key and don’t know how to correct the error.

Tomorrow it’ll be a week since Aunt Joan’s funeral, and we’re wrestling with paperwork. I have to make an appointment to see the county surrogate. This is something they do to you if someone in your family dies. I don’t know the reason for it.

As I was posting, earlier this morning, Thy Word Is a Lamp Unto My Feet, it gave me a warm and lovely glow–which went away as Patty read me the latest news from Sweden: crime rate going through the ceiling, ruling class refuses to admit there’s any problem and stifles anyone who tries to discuss it. What is it about ruling classes in the Western world that makes them so open to schemes to sell their own countries down the river?

Anyway, tomorrow I’ll be here, doubled posts and all–I think. Maybe I oughtn’t say I’ll be here until I check and make sure that I am.

5 comments on “Tomorrow (so far)

  1. With the headaches caused by WordPress, I don’t think I’d mess with trying to figure that out either. We don’t mind a repeat 🙂

    It’s a little disconcerting when your doctor winds up in the hospital instead of his office though. Hopefully, all’s well there.

    Meanwhile, as things seem to be more insane in the world every day, we can look up – our redemption draws nigh!

    1. Right after I rescheduled the appointment and posted “Tomorrow,” they called me back and said he’d be coming in tomorrow, after all. But I stuck with the new date–it was all getting too confusing.

    2. Under the circumstances I’d probably have elected to do the same. And if Robbie and Peep are cooperative, since you’ve already got the first couple of posts lined up, maybe you can sleep in a little (or at least stay snuggled in the nice warm comfy covers) 🙂

  2. Admiring your faith in tomorrow since we are not promised it 🙂 I have worn corrective lenses since the 7th grade. I tried contacts but disliked them. After two cataract surgeries I now don’t need glassed for distance by still wear them all the time because I can’t read without them. (and I don’t know what is going on with my avatar??? – it keeps changing?).

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