Wednesday, August 01, 2012
Hope today is smoother...but we made it through yesterday. Made it through no air at work...at 5:15 it was 91 in our office. Repair people are supposed to fix it as fast as they can. We'll see...we have fans that move hot air....but that is better than nothing. Meeting with policy holder adjustor and contractor went well...but HOT. God answered another prayer was afraid it might have been explosive.
Went to visit Mom last night for a couple of hours. Hubby had been with her all day. God answered my prayer by the time I left work my anger was gone. Went down to gift shop and got her a couple of magazines and word search book to work on and look at. Didn't want TV on but think she didn't want to learn how to work it. She seemed fine at the hospital. She did have a spell for the Dr so maybe something going on. No problem with EKG when spell happened...could be a spasm. They will monitor her and do more blood work and maybe a stress test today. A good check up will do us all good and maybe relieve her mind and put her at ease. I know she sits and stews that something is wrong with her. Every little twitch and she gets worried. I still think she either worked herself up into whatever is going on or she wanted attention which she is getting. But maybe it will reassure her and settle her down for awhile. Noticed she has trouble telling time with a regular clock. Seeing signs that she is gradually slipping. Hubby is so good with her. Keeps her laughing and gives her lots of attention. You can see how she relies on him for everything. When they come in to ask a question she always looks to him. She looks like a child. Good that she allows him to help her. His sister she wouldn't be that way with and thankful there is someone she will listen to. What a long journey we have ahead of us. It is my prayer we can help her through this season and ease some of her fears and treat her with dignity and love her, love her, love her. It would help if she were an easier person. She has to have bottled water in the hospital. That's only what she can have and only certain kinds. She is so quirky. Maybe we can look back and laugh at some of the funny things.
Didn't get in any exercise yesterday except walking up and down the stairs at the hospital and to her room and back.
My motto for the day....More like my Heavenly Father and less like me!
Off to make it a great day!