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Thursday, May 7, 2009

Multiple Sclerosis, Glasses Fixed, Stained Glass Project, and Bad Mood Thursday

I got my glasses fixed today, I can see things again. They took them right back, worked on them, and in no time I had them back. I asked about getting the scratches in the no glare coating buffed out. The girl asked me if I was still under warranty? I wanted to say, at my age, but I fought it off. I often wonder what men my age and older are thinking when they make cute remarks to young girls? Hopefully not that they want to hear it. She spent 20 minutes on the phone checking to see about warranty, they weren't, but I wonder if she could have buffed them out faster then the phone call took?

I went up today to see about getting stained glass panes to put in an old window frame. I want to put 2 of the windows over the hall bathroom window for privacy. After we put the walk in shower in and took the tub out, there isn't as much room around the window as there used to be. If I cut down the 2 frames, attach them together, then hinge them over the existing window, it should provide a certain modicum of privacy. I have to pick stained glass that lets in some light, but doesn't show back lit shadows at night. I think it will be a colorful solution for a window treatment.

Is it OK for me to get pissy from time to time? I know I'm not the only person in the world that has problems, but mine are more important, they're mine. I have empathy for others, but at the end of the day, others usually make me mad. I see the problems that they have, or the ones they perceive to have, and it gets me stressed. I don't think people do it purposely, my own father does it. He stayed home 3 days in a row, me too! Family always tell me they are afraid of making me mad, I tell them not to worry about it, I'm usually mad anyway!

5 comments:

Stuff could always be worse said...

Your windows sound beautiful, yes I get discouraged, down, grumpy also. I think all humans do especially when they do not feel good. I do not have much sympathy for my husbands pain. Sorry.

Living Day to Day with Multiple Sclerosis said...

I am glad you can see again.. That's always a good thing!!! I am sorry you are having a bad day! Of course it's ok to get pissy. I think until someone is faced with a BIG problem they think the little problems are the worse things ever.

Libby said...

yes, andy, get pissy with us as much as you want...WE don't have to live with you, after all! lol!

Anonymous said...

I am not scared of you. Stay mad until you get glad as the grandmother used to say. I hate that word , you know which one if you think about it. Ticked off is good.

awb said...

What, pissy? One could say you are pissed that I said pissy. I'm stilled scared of you, does that count for anything?