2020-04-02 Living with Cancer Day 1120

2020-04-02 Living with Cancer Day 1120

Summary

Health-wise continues in the repeating pattern, starting with a good morning and lunch, but deteriorating as the day progressed.

Activity-wise, the same repeating pattern as with my health, full of energy in the morning changed a bit with the addition of starting to walk for 20-25 minutes at the end of the morning. The hope is to increase the time every day by a few minutes, helping with losing the weight gained over the last few weeks.

Morning – 06:45:56 PDT, 45°F Clear, Antioch, CA

6:30 Send weather data to Steve
7:00 Dianne back from work
7:15 Had Breakfast with Dianne in bed
7:45 Dianne applied medication and bandage to my right heel
8:00 Took my morning medication and got dressed
8:30 Took my antibiotics medication and wend to my office
8:35 Setup my iPhone, iPad, and laptop on my main desk, checked wiring and power.
9:05 FaceTime session with Don in Canada
9:40 FaceTime session with Ray
10:30 Reviewed current setup and identified additional requirements, such as cables.
11:00 Rewired cables to power tower and USB adapters

Lunch – 11:00:32 PDT, 57°F Clear, Antioch, CA

11:40 Went for a 20 minutes walk with Dean, wearing protective masks and using my new walker.
12:00 Had lunch
12:30 Replaced current iPad cover with keyboard and touchpad with the replacement one that just arrived.

Afternoon – 13:00:14 PDT, 63°F Clear, Antioch, CA

13:00 Setup the new iPad cover for charging to allow it to be used and checked out.
13:30 Denise set up hydration.
13:15 Checking MacMini, MacBook, iPad, and iPhone for syncing data correctly amongst each other.
15:00 FaceTime session with Kenji.
15:45 Checking out photos uploaded by Kenji.
16:00 Checking out my Flickr uploads.
16:45 Taking today’s photos outside in our backyard.
17:10 Uploading photos laptop.

Evening – 17:43:08 PDT, 64°F Clear, Antioch, CA

17:20 Starting dinner
18:00 Finished today’s blog entry, watched TV in the background and more after finishing the blog entry, until calling it a day.