Monday, June 23, 2014

I'm A Happy Camper!

I think the other day when I was playing with my Wii Sports game, I may have pulled my hip a little. It has been sore for a couple of days. At least it's not like when my back goes out though. I was playing the Home Run Derby and I must have twisted too hard. I was trying to get some exercise since I have not been walking much. I cannot seem to do anything these days without hurting myself (LOL).
I have a big YIPEE YAHOO! today to share with everyone. I had not mentioned it, because I didn't want to jinx it. Last Friday night, I was watching a movie on Netflix. After the movie was over, I was sitting on the sofa and something in my brain told me to send a copy of the email my retinal specialist gave me about my eye injections to the U.S. Federal Court where I on-call for jury duty in July. I had sent them emails before asking questions about arrival times, etc. I explained my situation to them and attached a PDF copy of the email from my doctor. This morning I got an email back from them stating that I have been excused from the jury duty and that no further action needs to be taken on my part. If I get called for our local Superior court, it would be OK because I only live about 5 or 6 miles from that court house and they don't have long drawn-out cases like Federal Court does.
I am not a religious person, but I am a spiritual person. Don't know what others believe, but I think Ben's spirit helped me get out of it too. He never would have wanted me to have to go to downtown L.A. by myself, having to walk to and from Union Station and the court house. Walking by all of the homeless people along the way. I kept “talking” to him asking him to help me get out of it if possible and I think he “told” me to send the email to the court. I believe that our departed loved ones stay with us in spirit and help us get through our lives without them.
Did our Monday dog walk with Jean and the dogs. I had to call her after I got notified from the court to let her know that our trip to L.A. on the train Wednesday was not needed so no she and I are going to go over to the Gene Autry Museum in Griffith Park for the Route 66 Exhibit instead on that day.
Had to do some housework today and you all know how much I hate doing housework. But it does have to be done.

1 comment:

  1. You are right... everything happens for a reason. I am glad this court thing got resolved so you can take take of your health.


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