Feeling perky today!
I’ve managed to conquer the Portuguese style of knitting. I’m making this very easy simple sharp looking winter scarf. I need to get the concept ingrained into my brain. Practice, practice and more practice.
Something new that I learned today: Upper and lower case letters are named “upper” and “lower” because in the time when all original print had to be set in individual letters, the upper case letters were stored in the case on top of the case that stored the lower case letters.
Thanks to John H., I added this game link to the Brain Training section on the right. It’s from Prevention. I read their magazine every month and find it very helpful!
Pam and I talked last night about Lewy Body Dementia and the last couple of days and my being confused. I told her it was as if someone had suddenly turned off a light switch. I was aware that the switch had turned off and that I was trying to turn it back on but became more confused in the process until I couldn’t remember where the light switch was. Then suddenly last evening, the light magically turned on again. That’s the best that I can explain it. So very bizarre. And to lose that control. Maybe that’s the scary part to me. Pam said that the neighbor was burning leaves. I smelled the smoke and thought it was the end of the world and that a tornado was coming. I can smile about it now. But I don’t remember it.
I’m going to mulch the grass and leaves this afternoon. It’ll probably be the last time for the year. We’re supposed to get rain and snow for the next 4 days after having our 4 lovely days of sun and high 60 degree temperatures.
Tomorrow we’re going out of town so maybe I won’t have a chance to blog. But then I’ll have lots to say on Saturday.