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I enjoyed a lazy Sunday.

Sunday, March 24, 2013

I am still having some bone pain, but it is less since I had a nap this afternoon. emoticon My stiff neck is almost gone, too. I didn't exercise today, but I have not been hungry. I am getting ready to have sockeye salmon (frozen, of course) that is about all we can get in Billings, Montana. And it is cheaper to buy it at Sam's Club than other places. I will cook it in the toaster oven. Then I don't have to heat up my apartment. I think I will steam some broccoli, cauliflower and carrots and maybe have some noodles with it or a slice of Montana Wheat whole wheat bread! Yum!

I love it this time of year when the sun shines in my bedroom window. It is warm, yet doesn't heat up my house too much like in the summer. emoticon

It is Snickers favorite spot in the afternoon. emoticon I don't blame him at all.

I wish sometimes that he was a dog. I could take him for walks. He is starting to have a weight problem. He is a big cat, but he has been gaining this winter. I don't expect him to lose a lot of weight...many if he could take of a pound it would make a different. He is twelve pounds. Up from last year by about 8 ounces. I know it doesn't sound like much. But he looks so fat! I want him to live a long time. I know I should play with him more, but I have misplaced his laser light. Guess I better get one next time I am at the store. He loves chasing it and it gives him good exercise! I could even get exercise while he is getting exercise. Not sure how that will look, but I think dancing around while he is chasing the light is possible. I might have to close my blinds! Not sure I want anyone watching me!!!

Well, I better go put that salmon on so I can eat. I haven't eaten much all day.

Have a nice day!

Angie emoticon
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