The Last Two Days-Rural and Urban

Yesterday I started off with doing the animal chores. I thought the sheep looked picturesque with all of the green.

Then I drove to Seattle to meet with a new endocrinologist to discuss my adrenal insufficiency. That went really well, and for the first time I feel I have excellent help managing this dreadful condition. Here is the view from my parking space.

Since I was in the big city, I thought I would take advantage of its culinary offerings that are not available in Skagit county. So I headed to the Jerk Shack to pick up some dinner.

I then headed to my grandma’s grave site. I took Aurora most of the way, and among other thing, I saw some really obvious prostitutes. It has been awhile since I have seen any. I placed some 2711 lilacs on my grandmother’s grave. I think they look nice.

I then drove home, and we had really spicy smoked ribs for dinner

This morning I picked up our chicks from the post office. Here they are getting settled.

One chick ran away from the crowd and terrified the turkey poults.

Then we packed up our stuff and headed here:

We are at Union Station about to catch a train. More later.

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7 Responses to The Last Two Days-Rural and Urban

  1. Jeanne says:

    I loved seeing your grandma’s gravestone, also the pictures from Seattle.
    However, there are no pictures of the new chicks, nor are there any more pictures. I don’t know what’s going on!

  2. Glad to hear you are finding good medical help!

  3. Jeanne says:

    I’m really thankful that you have a good endocrinologist now! I hope that all works out well!

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