Week in Review: Week 80

This was a week of rest – rest from packing and moving, resting from chemo. I feel so good in the new place. It feels very peaceful and relaxing. It’s good.

I spent a lot of time home alone with the animals this week. Caleb is so sweet to share his food with Miss Jane.


Janey has so many new favorite spots in the new place.


I did make it into work a couple days…it’s always sad to leave them behind.


My sister asked if my hair was pixie cut length yet. Not quite. It’s still 5’o’clock shadow length.


When you’re awake at 3am cuz foot pain is keeping you awake, you do scary face masks.


OH. MY. GOSH. These are my favorite chip snack and I NEVER see them in New York. But they’re at my new local grocery store! Score!


Ruh-roh. Had a blowout on the way to the airport to pick up my niece. Fortunately I was not yet on the parkway and I managed to find a tire place that was open on Labor Day and I was pretty quickly on my way. Still, a little unsettling.


Was only a little late to get to the airport and we had a nice visit and dinner here in Northport before I had to drop her at the train to head into the city for work. It’s so good to have even a little time with family so this visit was really appreciated.


And now Labor Day is drawing to a close…summer is drawing to a close…BUT…tomorrow is MY BIRTHDAY!!! Looking forward to that πŸ™‚

Hope y’all had a nice holiday weekend.

Bettye xoxo


14 thoughts on “Week in Review: Week 80

  1. You’re the third blogger I know who’s having a birthday tomorrow or today or yesterday! What the heck? Anyway, happy birthday! I hope you have a wonderful day and it seems like you have wonderful friends and coworkers so I’m sure you will! So glad to see the pets settling in. They needed some sunshine too! xx Julia

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    1. I sort of started pre-celebrating over a weekend so I think I’m all out of birthday-ness at this point, as sad as that is to say 😦 The feet are considerably better now…it’s about the first 10 days after treatment that they’re SO bad, and then they get a little better. I’m no longer wanting to saw them off with a butter knife!


  2. That’s great that you got to spend time with your niece.
    And I laughed at your face mask photo – I haven’t used one in decades and should try it again.
    The photo of your kitties in the window looks like a painting on canvas. Ultra-cool effect.
    Happy Birthday!!

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    1. Hi Melanie! Yeah, I have no family local to me – I’m in NY – sister is in South Carolina, and niece and cousins are all in California – so I rarely get “my” family time. But my ex’es family is mostly local and they have always been very welcoming to me so that’s lovely πŸ™‚

      The sheet face masks are always a little terrifying. Add a bald head and it becomes the stuff of nightmares. But my skin is softer!

      Thanks for stopping by and for the birthday wish!



      1. Hm… How to explain.. 😊 in my language J sounds like your E, so its A for Alfa, N for November, E for Echo, A for Alfa. Both letters GE in my language are one sound, same as your G in word angle. Hope that’s understandable. Have a good night!


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