Saturday night we went out with some of Craig's coworkers that were in town from California. We went to a sushi place called Genki. Sushi has been on the brink of being eliminated from my diet since being diagnosed with Crohn’s. I’ve had some rough experiences with it lately but after the way I felt Saturday night… I won’t test it again. I was in so much pain and felt so sick (though I never did get sick) it has been added to the list with biscuits and gravy of things that I’m not allowed to eat anymore. I’m lactose intolerant but I still eat cheese in moderation. But biscuits and gravy and sushi are not possible in any moderation without some grave consequences. My back is killing me today and I’m not sure if it is in relation to the digestive pain and discomfort I had on Saturday.
Then I get to work today and forgot the keys to my office and found out that no one in my office has an extra key so Craig had to meet me halfway to give me my key. Then I got into my office and my computer wasn't working right. So I had to wait for IT to fix it. I didn't begin my work day until 11:30. Next week when our office assistant gets back from vacation I'm asking if an extra key can be made for my office.
Over the weekend I covered my veggie garden with netting to prevent birds and or squirrels from eating everything. They've already had a field day on my strawberries. Now the blackberries and blueberries are ripening I want to make sure I will get to enjoy them.
Today when I got home from work the trees I ordered for the cabin in Tennessee were waiting on the front porch. Carol and Rich have a project when they go to visit this weekend. :-) Part of our wedding present to them was fruit and nut trees to plant in the corral at the cabin. I ordered them from eburgess.com so they came bare root and the tallest one in only a few feet tall. Peach, Red and Yellow Apples, Pear, Cherry, Almond, 2 Pecans, and 2 Chestnuts. I wanted to get them planted now since it will take several years before they produce fruit and hopefully that will be when they have finished the addition and are spending a lot more time there. Planting now for rewards later. Hopefully Craig and I will make it up there in the next month or so, I'd like to go bike riding and check out some of the trails.
Until the next post.