Missed yesterday…bronchitis kept me from doing practically anything. Good thing I like to read!
This morning I’m looking forward to this evening when I am going with my friend, Sharon, to a presentation about the benefits of a Diet for Inflammatory conditions…if it has any suggestions at all that can reduce my winter-inflamed joints, I’ll be happy.
I’m short on meanderings today…I lost a day out of my Plan to use every day before I start a class again next Tuesday. I really needed this week to catch up on all sorts of home-related chores (like cleaning out my closet and donating a whole lot of unused “stuff” to Goodwill).
My thoughts this morning are again with nostalgia. I read that Kodak is declaring bankruptcy today. And it made me sad. I remember so many “Kodak moments”, my first camera was a Kodak, I used Kodak film, sent my film to Kodak to be developed, used their photo stations to make cards for friends and family. Today, I am like so many others that have abandoned Kodak for a much easier venue….digital camera, desktop photo programs, etc. Still, I have all my memories and still use the term “Kodak moment” when I catch something good on my cell phone camera (I’ve practically stopped carrying even my little digital camera with me…the cell phone is so much easier when I want to catch day-to-day Kodak moments.) Saving and posting photos is instantaneous…love these “new” applications! I’ll probably forget that I don’t use Kodak anymore, but I’ll still feel sad that Kodak isn’t able to hang on under the digital deluge.
My cousin, Georgiene, has requested prayers for a dear friend who is battling brain cancer. If you can, please add her to your endless list of those we pray for. Georgiene will be very grateful…and so will I.