Feeling Better

I’m happy to report I am feeling better. Still have brief episodes of light-headedness when I feel woozy but several days in bed, asleep most of the time, along with my pills have helped deal with this bout of vertigo. It’s probably the worst bout I’ve had in several years. In addition to missing the knit class on Tuesday, I opted out of the Open House today as well.

When I’ve been awake enough to think, I’ve been pondering a new question. I was making a sandwich — the extent of my cooking this week — and got to wondering about those little twist ties on loaves of bread. How are they put on? Is there a machine which does this? Surely they don’t expect a mere human to keep up with a production line and twist them on by hand. That, in my opinion, would be a sure route to carpul tunnel syndrome.

It’s odd the things your brain can dream up for you to ponder, especially when you’re not feeling well.

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One Response to Feeling Better

  1. margaret says:

    Glad to hear you are feeling better. Re twist ties: I think they must be done by human hands because it’s easy enough to tell if they have been twisted by a left hander or a righty. I’d like to think there are still some jobs that are done without machinery.
    I don’t comment often, but I’m still enjoying your blog.

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