And the winner at the Oscars was the Celebrities wearing blue ribbons to support the (ACLU) American Civil Liberties Union. Wonderful to see.
Ten pm and I've moved the garden hoses, taken a nanny nap' snacked on macadamia nuts., wade we expresso gaffes, put my feet up in my granny recliner—backtrack—cleaned the kitty litter trays—forward once more to—and opened the web page to Open Universities Australia to log into Day one of
OUA - Study Period 1, 2017
What a day!
My husband took half a dozen stumbles today; I need to up my carer duties.
I called on disability support to break into Fort Knox, or it seemed as complicated as that to log into Griffith University when I had been a week trying to get a user name. Today I received fantastic help.
I need to update another novel and do day one of my uni work for three units tonight, after watering the garden.
Luxury treat—I bought myself a reward for hard work, an oxygen saturation monitor.
Forty years ago a reward would have been a dress or jewellery, now I'm just thinking fitness to do all I want to do. Off to get into gardening clothes, water and pick vegetables, then decide if it will be a nanny nap or coffee boosts before I start work again. Us seventy-year-old retirees lead a lazy life.
I plan to enjoy my university unit study time.