Memorial Day on the Road


I hope you have a wonderful day today. Please take a moment to say a prayer for all of those who have given their lives protecting our freedom and those serving now in the armed forces. We owe them a debt of gratitude we can never repay.

I'm driving home after work today. Tomorrow I'm scheduled for some blood work, chest x-ray, mammogram MRI and having a tooth filled. I've been suffering from a nagging numbness in my left arm and hand. Time to find out what's going on inside.

I uploaded a Midget block yesterday and it looks just like Block 7 (The Depot). I haven't taken a look at all that but will try to straighten it out tonight sometime.

I'm driving back to TC tomorrow night for work on Wednesday morning. Tight schedule - no room for errors. Wish me luck.

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2 Responses to “Memorial Day on the Road”

  1. Terri Drake - Alpena MI May 26, 2008 at 10:07 am #

    Gayle, you will be in our prayers that all your tests, lab work and such come out just fine. The numbness could be carpel tunnel, pinched nerve, fibromyalgia (which I have) or just plain over working from all the fishing, quilting and gardening you’ve been doing. 😀 Wish I could help you out in some way by waiving a wand and making it all go away. Just keep thinking positive thoughts.

    Thanks for all that you do and the walk down memory lane about you and your grandfather watching the Indy 500. That sure brought back a lot of memories for me, as well. I usually ended up holding the very tip of the TV antennae so that the picture was at its clearest and heaven help me if’n I had to scratch my nose.

    All the best and travel safely, and, thanks again ever so much. – Terri Drake in Alpena, MI

  2. Peg May 26, 2008 at 3:21 pm #


    Good luck tomorrow with your tests. I hope that your health problems will be resolved and that it isn’t anything serious. You are in pm thoughts and prayers. It’s amazing that you were able to fit everything in in one day.

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