Obsessing over time

I’m sorry, but I have become obsessed.  I had to go in and get a new cast put on because the old one was starting to hurt the base of my palm.  The new cast is much better, but is still driving me insane…

https://w2.countingdownto.com/1484514

This blankety counter is not showing up. I have tried several times and it is failing. If you want to know how close I am to Cast Off you can follow the link I guess. Ah well, at least I can be amused in the meantime. LOL!

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20 thoughts on “Obsessing over time

    • Lynda says:

      Yes! I thought I might quip, “I can do that standing on my head!” But under the circumstances, perhaps I should say, “…with one hand tied behind my back.” 😉

  1. katechiconi says:

    That’s just rude! So we can tag our followers and likes and comments, but not use a simple countdown clock. Glad you’re a bit more comfortable. I am ‘enjoying’ some minor fellow feeling; I rolled over my ankle in a wheel rut in the driveway and tore the ligaments around my ankle bone. It’s black and swollen and I have to wear a hot, hard, scratchy ankle brace with lateral immobilisers. Oh, and I have a stinking cold and am running a slight fever. One OR the other, Lord, one OR the other…

    • Lynda says:

      Oh, cr@p! I wanted to click the like star but simply can’t. After all you’ve been through with the back surgery this is just over the top awful, Kate. 😦 Feel better soon! ❤

      As for the counter, well placing blame where it is due, it is the prerogative of the software company to charge what they like, and mine not to pay it. Ha-ha-ha! 😀

  2. shoreacres says:

    I’ve seen countdown clocks used for a lot of things, but this is a first. It made me smile, and it made me hope that it helps you endure the rest of the time! I’m glad the new cast is better. Just think — when you get your cast off, you can cast off and start enjoying your life journey again.

    • Lynda says:

      LOL! Linda, I have been warned on every visit that my thumb will be behaving badly and refusing to function (numb and useless) after the cast is removed. Physical therapy will ensue and then the fun of sewing and quilting will return. So long as this brick is gone I can handle what comes. 🙂

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