||Sunday April 6, 2014
My foot is still swollen. I have kept the bandage off my foot for 24
hours and I am doing better, but of course my back is being felt again. I
will be careful to get ready to drive Pat down to Santa Rosa in the
morning. She is catching a bus to see many Giants games in San
I have to decide to wrap my foot or not while driving in my Model S to
Costco and back 70 miles. Tomorrow is another day............
|10:00 Pm: Ok I am sure some of you have heard about the newscasts
saying the market is rigged. WOOOWWW that is news. Any of us into the
MARKET knows that is a fact. I agree with Cramer on this one. Is it
right, I agree with him again, NO. But I want to go further
The market was my life once and I still like speculating. I like taking
chances in anything, but the Market is special. I know this could not be
stated politically by a candidate but I would like to say that some
politician should suggest a one cent on every trade on any stock market in
the United States. We would pay for all our debts and no one would
notice their lost of one cent on a trade. The stock Market is special to
me. I think the stock market runs this country and the exchanges should
be willing to fund our country.
Monday April 7, 2014
Pat is off to San Francisco, about 70 miles away which is one of the
smallest popular towns I have seen in my life. It is only a square 7
miles each way. I have seen some of the great towns in the world and San
Francisco is right up there with
Paris,http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paris, and Manhattan, also small but
long in length and of course New Orleans. Susie lives in Seattle and
that is nice too.
I digress, Pat is away.........So pat and Jannie are in the City to see Giants games. Today
I heard they will see 6 games in a row. I hate seeing movies alone, but
I may have to pull up one while she is away..........otherwise I like
SO I just see I have the Hobbit in 3d, Pat would pass. I will look at it
over 3 nights, otherwise maybe too much action for me. Maybe 2 nights,
but for sure by Wednesday night.
Today I made it to Costco!! I was shocked when I tried to get into my
Tesla this morning. I was shocked because it was so easy. And I had no
trouble stopping at Safeway so I am on the mend.
I have been consuming some Tequila in the last week. It helps me
forget my pains. I still have pain in my back but I am doing stretching
exercises tonight and I think it will help tomorrow, my foot is
improving even though people around me, plead me to go to a doctor. I
feel better so they are wrong. Why waste my doctors time, I have read
all she could have about second degree burns. Below is what I know i
have experienced. I will be fine in another week. My back is another
|Superficial partial thickness (Second degree)
||Extends into superficial (papillary) dermis
||Redness with clear blister. Blanches with pressure.
||less than 2–3 weeks
||Local infection/cellulitis but no scarring typically|
9:30 Pm: To cheer my self up
tonight, I brought up a bottle of green cap, 10 months, 2012 Dave's
Cuvee, very spicy and a bottle of 2012 Red Cap, 16 months, Block 4. The
Block 4 is more complex and smooth. I will try a little more tomorrow.
2012 is a great year.................
Wednesday April 9, 2014
9:30 Pm: I always disliked San
Francisco as a kid, sure there was Willie Mays in 1958. I missed none of
his games that I could hear. I went to a few games, but I was only 15
in 1958. But San Francisco was no friend to a kid who wanted to go out
and play. It was windy where I lived even in August and usually 60
degrees. I went off a few times to Santa Cruz and also two times in
Sonoma where it was warm in the summer. I still remember this one girl
said I looked like Elvis. My friend at the time Sharon decided she was
my girl friend that evening. She did not want the new girl to give me a
compliment, of such. So San Francisco was always cold and still is
except about 10 days a year in the district I used to live because when
it gets hot in San Francisco, there is no fog or then no wind. It can be
stifling because most places in San Francisco have no air conditioning.
Most of the time it is in the 80's in those few days, but some times it
has been in the upper 90's, with no wind and no air conditioning. The 7
year Itch, the movie will give you an idea about the past when there
was little air conditioning, even in New York.
My back was a disaster last night. I had to move around here to organize
my new office in my kitchen and of course organize everything removed
from the office. Think about removing everything in your favorite room.
Everything involved with the winery was in that room and removed, all
computers ALL files. My back hurt last night but is better today. I am
ready for tomorrow, we will be stripping up the floor to bare concrete.
There is glue on the floor so we will have to deal with that before
putting on a strong seal of paint. there were so many things to deal
with today, including a bee's nest 2 feet by 3 feet in our vineyard. I
contacted a real nice person and he wanted to claim the swarm but they
disappeared after our neighbors started disking and making
dust..............Tomorrow is another day.......