It's some time in the middle of Saturday afternoon and I've just done the shopping and hauled the load home on my bicycle. I forgot to take my anti-inflammatory pill on time and now I am sitting here with a very sore knee. I'm actually sore all over the place and I can't wait for the darn pill to work.
But I've got a very fresh cup of coffee and that makes up for a lot, and I turned up the thermostat to get it a bit warmer in here. I wore my down coat and my scarf and gloves when I went to the store. It is that chilly outside.
I took the old shopping list with me instead of the new one that I had just made, and then I had to try and remember what I had written down on it when I was in the store. I think I did a good job, but I can't for the life of me find the new list now that I am home again to check if I forgot anything. This sort of thing has been happening to me a lot lately, and I think it is the early sign of dementia. Either that, or I am loosing my mind.
I am becoming a bit forgetful and I don't really know if I should worry about it. I put a full pot of coffee creamer in the recycle bag the other day, and then spent 5 minutes looking for it. And I am usually more sharp minded than that. Little things like that are happening.
It will thrill you to know that I bought the very good brand of ground coffee, both in regular and decaf. But I am making coffee more sparingly now and never more than two cups at the time so I don't waste any. And did you know that it is more expensive to buy the whole beans as opposed to the ground coffee? Who would have thought that? There is probably a tax on things that taste extra good.