Dramatic??

Psalm 33:4 For the word of the Lord is right, And all His work is done in truth.

Hummingbird, taken July 19, 2018

Yesterday, late afternoon, Mike put the Polaris in the shed – you know, the machine with the snow plow on the front of it? I told him he should leave it out, it was predicted we would get 4-8 inches of snow today. He says, “Nope, I don’t think it’s going to snow.” We got over 4 inches today. He had to go out to the shed in the back yard to get the Polaris out, he ran over big branches, he hit a pole, he didn’t do a good job on the driveway, and when he was done, he put the thing back into the shed. Thankfully he didn’t hit the gate, or the side of the shed. We’re supposed to get another 4-6 inches of snow before Tuesday night. I suggested leaving it out. He told me I was being dramatic for nothing. I didn’t know what I was talking about and he understood, better than me, what needs to happen. (sigh) I so want to scream when he treats me like a total imbecile!

Today I did a lot of cooking. I cooked 2 chickens, one for stew and one for sandwiches. I put blanched, mixed, veggies, pineapple rings, and spinach, in the dehydrator. Most everything will be ready to put into jars tomorrow morning. I will have to wait until the afternoon to get it done, we have other things going on tomorrow. I also put 2 containers of chicken & leeks into the freezer for later meals.

Since today is President’s Day, I couldn’t go to the bank and get a new card, I have to do that later. Tomorrow, I don’t have anyone who can stay with Mike for me to get to the bank, and back, I may have to wait until Thursday to do it.

I still have two months before Mike’s appointment with the neurologist, and I feel like the time is dragging slowly. Even with Mike forgetting so many things, he still demands he is the guy in charge of everything! I have chosen not to argue with him, I let him make his demands, and I do what I need to do, to take care of things.

Published by motherpooh

I am a Mom and a Grandma. I like photography, genealogy, scrapbooking, canning, and gardening

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