I have a Dexcom G6 which is a small, discreet wearable blood sugar tester that you apply yourself. It lasts up to 10 days monitoring your blood sugar every five minutes. Don't let the every five minutes testing stop you from getting one. Mine doesn't show me the reading unless I check it on my… Continue reading 05.12.21 Dexcom G6, my new blood sugar monitoring system that I wear on my belly!
For those of us who grew up being entertained by Red Skelton, I hope this will remind you of how wonderful he was. Whether you're old or young I think you will enjoy this! RED SKELTON'S RECIPE FOR THE PERFECT MARRIAGE 1. Two times a week we go to a nice restaurant, have a little… Continue reading 05.10.21 RED SKELTON’S RECIPE FOR THE PERFECT MARRIAGE
Ya'll know that we adopted Buddy who was a rescue poodle at the Tangipahoa Parish Animal Shelter. We adopted him back in December. We've been taking him to the veterinarian in Amite that the Shelter recommended. There he was treated for an infected eye when we first got him, was neutered, tested for heartworms (was… Continue reading 05.06.21 My Buddy’s Story, by Grannie Rosie
In my opinion as someone who has taken different combinations of these tests three times, Neuropsych testing is the best way to see if someone has dementia and how it's progressed from one testing to the next. This took me four days (a couple of hours each day) to put together so that ya'll understand… Continue reading 04.30.21 My fun (not) day of Neuropsych testing and what it’s all about
I originally posted a wrong version of this post so if you get two emails notifying you of this post that is why. This post is about thoughts that I need to share about grief and how I miss my hubby, Roy. I'm not real sure it flows well or even says all I'm feeling.… Continue reading 04.27.21 Almost eight months of grief
I have always looked forward to this time of year to see the flowers start to form and bloom. I walked around our property taking pictures of flowers and bushes. Here's the pictures! One of my rock flowers and ladybugs My metal chicken and a new tiny windmill in front of it Now for the… Continue reading 04.20.21 Spring flowers have Sprung at the Chauvin home
I wrote this first part last week when it was raining every day and I wanted to write but I was stuck and unable to write. My grief over losing Roy has changed and I wanted to write about that but somehow can't do that right now. One day it will spill out. I loved… Continue reading 04.19.21 Lately, Sunday School and Worship Service, Buddy, Easter Family gathering, Feet rocks, Hitting the Ball, Flying Ants, Snake, Mark Everett!
TIPS FROM GRAMMY Don't go where you're not invited. Don't talk about what you don't know. Don't open the fridge in other people's houses. Don't call someone after nine o'clock at night. Don't visit someone at lunch. Don't enter other people's bedrooms without permission. Always flush the toilet when you use it. Always, always ~… Continue reading 04.17.21 Tips from Grammy
Driving along the backroads in the area around Amite is so very pretty and relaxing. In a previous blog post, I shared how we love traveling the backroads and some of the fun we've had doing that. More about that below my recent help problem that I need to document here. I had a bad… Continue reading 04.12.21 Cruisin’ down the back roads, tooth pain, Buddy, high water, beautiful flower, and a great visit!
To a Christian, Easter Sunday is everything. It is the day we celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Unlike most other "holidays" it's one that Christians observe every day of the year. It is the anchoring message in the Christian faith. All Christians, regardless of their denomination, believe that Christ rose from the dead and… Continue reading 04.04.21 Resurrection Sunday! Hallelujah! He is Risen!!! He is Risen Indeed! Originally posted April 2018