>Oh, well

>Not feeling great today, so canceled Medicare thingy for the second time. Missed out on Coolatta and then lunch with Tess, too. Rats. But that’s the nature of being ill. Things change by the second, and sometimes I just can’t do what I need/want to do. So I read all my stuff, blogs and sites that I like, and am listening to some nice music, too. Finally something on tv tonight that will be watchable—Burn Notice and Royal Pains, which wasn’t bad at all. I thought it would be, but I actually enjoyed the first ep. I’m glad I’m not into the reality drek, but it would be something to watch. Just can’t bring myself to do it, though. Tv gets worse by the month, let alone by the season.


>I have to go see about which Medicare plan will work for me. There’s always something. Sign up for this, fill out that, choose this or that. The older or sicker you are, the more they want from you. Does that make sense? I think not. Brain fog makes decisions harder, thinking take longer, understanding virtually impossible on some days, and yet they want you to decide, think, understand more all the time. They ought to make you decide these things when you’re 25 or 30, when you’re brain is actually working. Assuming you haven’t already contracted one of the brain fog illnesses. I just want to be left alone, but life doesn’t work that way. Good thing I have a sense of humor.