Tuesday, January 01, 2008

This Day In History



1/1/1996 was the first day without the Calvin and Hobbes comic strip. Bill Waterson, the creator and genius behind the pair's exploits, decided to hang it up. No more Spaceman Spiff, Tracer Bullet, Suzie Derkins or Moe - the hormonally overdone child. The world has been a lesser place without this lightweight cartoon comedy.

As for updates on me - I drove to town yesterday, visited a friend for a while, and went to the grocery store and post office. I was gone for about four hours, and had no problems. The last time I was at the grocery store, I needed the cart to lean on. I was having problems with dizziness. Yesterday I felt good. Today, I'm tired, but I expected that. Tomorrows agenda includes dropping by work to fill out some paperwork and a trip to WallyWorld for some more supplies. Pretty exciting stuff......

3 comments:

Tim said...

That id fantastic! I'm glad to hear that you are on the mend. Take it slow though, don't over do it.

RT said...

Great! Keep up the great work...as you feel able. :)

Bob said...

Way to go! Keep on keepin on!