Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Countdown….tick tock!

Well, tomorrow morning is is the day when I am going to have the surgery on my right shoulder.  I have orologio_da_parete_archi_01my house clean (well…mostly clean), the laundry done, food in the freezer, hair cut today so guess I am ready to be out of commission for a bit.

For the last few weeks, when ever I cooked an entree I made a double batch and divided it up into meal sized portions for the two of us and then froze them.  Last summer when I broke my ankle, friends brought in lots of food and we ended up freezing portions that we heated up later.  It was so handy and  I wanted to do that this time too since I probably won’t feel like cooking for a while.  I do think I will do that in the future even when I feel good as it really is convenient and saves doing a lot of cooking when I want to be doing something else.  I made a list of the foods in the freezer so we will know what is there…after all, things get buried and I sometimes forget too.!

I have a couple of things I want to share with you so may type up those blogs tonight yet and post them at a later date.  Not sure when I will be able to type again as it depends on how the surgery and recovery goes.

I didn’t get my basket miniature done though….it will wait and be ready for me when I can sew again.

Until Later,
Lynn

5 comments:

Amy said...

Wishing you well with your surgery. Your planning with meals should be a big help taking care of your needs during recovery. Plus its always nice to have your favorites when you don't feel so good.

Jane said...

I hope you make a quick recovery,sounds like a good idea, doing the frozen meals ahead of time!best of luck,and god bless,blessings Jane

Jane said...

I hope you make a quick recovery,sounds like a good idea, doing the frozen meals ahead of time!best of luck,and god bless,blessings Jane

Carol said...

Lynn,
Love reading your blog and all about your adventures - so I am looking forward to the time when you are on the mend. Thinking of you today as you go thru the surgery part of this journey. May you be blessed with a full and speedy recovery
Carol (in Rural Western New York State)

tich said...

Sorry I missed this post. I thought it was the 10th you were going in. Glad everything is going well and you are not feeling too bad. do not expect a reply. Put your feet up and enjoy a good book!

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