Friday, June 13, 2008

Mom is getting used to her lift chair. At first she was anxious about the lift part, but it sure takes a load off my back now not to have to lift her out of her chair. Today we went to have her hair cut and styled. It went well, though she did complain a little about having to leave the house.

I remember reading this article, the End of Cheap Oil?, in National Geographic in 2004. It became reality pretty quickly didn't it? I find it fascinating. Gas is at $3.99 here in the Twin Cities.


~Betsy said...

Yup, it's $3.99 a gallon here, too. I cringe each time I have to put fuel in my car. I refuse to fill up and have cut my driving enormously. I combine all my trips. It's kind of my way of telling the gas industry to kiss my butt!

Glad to hear your mom is adjusting to her chair. My mom loved hers!

Annie said...

Pet berets it is. Maybe Judy needs a beret?

I'm glad your Mom likes the lift chair. Much easier on your back!

rilera said...

Annie, Judy would look smashing in a beret! Your Mom might get a kick out of seeing it on Judy too!

Betsy, I'm with you, the gas industry can kiss my butt. I barely even drive anymore. If you really want to get mad check out the documentary 'Who Killed the Electric Car?'.

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