Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Caregiving: a Spring day in January

Cognitive dysfunction? Mental confusion? A neurologist might explain it refers to loss of orientation, the ability to place oneself correctly in the world by time or location. 


So what is a sunny, 67 degree day in South Central Pennsylvania on January 8th? (37 degrees is our normal average January high temp) What do you call it when Mother Nature is confused?


It WAS a perfect day to get Patti outside and enjoy some scootering. When personal and natural confusion are in harmony, leave the explanations to the talking heads and simply ENJOY a Spring Day in January.


  1. so glad you could enjoy a "spring" day; something to reminisce about when cabin fever hits with cooler temps perhaps later in the season.

    (there is something wrong in this when Pennsylvania in winter is warmer than Southern California; we had 59 degrees yesterday)


  2. Last Thursday was 11 degrees when I got up. Tuesday was record breaking temps of 72.  Tomorrow, they are predicting tornado weather. Go figure, it's as screwed up as I've ever seen it!!

    I'm glad you guys had a mild, wonderful day to get out! It is odd, but those kind of days sure help with the cabin fever blues, don't they??


  3. (((((((((((((HUGSTOYOU)))))))))))))))))Yes,it was a beatiful day here today,so nice,felt like Spring.I didnt wear a jacket all day today.Have a nice night.Glad you and Patti got to enjoy the ay.

  4. glad you both got to enjoy the day:) its been cold and snowy here


  5. I agree! It's a nice break to the cabin fever in the middle of winter. (Hugs) Indigo


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