Marilee J. Layman (mjlayman) wrote,
Marilee J. Layman
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Sleeping with Extra Pillow and Annoyed Junie


I watched both shows last night and finished reading the paper to get to bed at midnight. I was still very sleepy and went to sleep at 2:30am. I'm supposed to put a pillow under the arm with the bad shoulder and that took Junie's places to sleep. She had to move to the bottom of the bed. I don't know how long I have to do this, because I turn from side to side at night and pulling and arranging a pillow will be even more awake time. I woke up at 2:30pm, but will try sooner tomorrow.

I made the PT appointment on the 10th. Kaiser has only three places in Virginia with PT and there isn't room to make them bigger. I don't know if I'm supposed to start the exercises or wait until the therapist walks me through them.

I got notice from Tucows that I've done everything right to transfer the domain and if I don't disapprove it before May 1st, it gets transferred. This is good because it's only paid until May 8th with the dead registrar. I have the new one at GoDaddy with another year.

I forgot to post yesterday that I used the Philadelphia Cooking Creme on Sunday. It was okay -- I bought the Italian Cheese and Herb and I didn't actually like the herbs. Without those, it would have just tasted like cream cheese. I boiled mini rotini, drained it, and put it on the plate, then put some chicken (thawed from the freezer) in with the cream and worked on getting them warm. When I got them on top of the pasta, they met 165, but it cooled quickly. I do think I'll try this again, but I'll heat the cream and chicken or whatever in the microwave, so everything is hot when joined.
Tags: domain, philadelphia cooking creme, pt, reading, shoulder sleeping, sleeping, tv
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