Eventful Saturday

Saturday, April 21, 2012

This morning I got up early for about an hour and went back to bed and asleep. While I was sleeping Jeff's folks called and they are coming down tomorrow with one of his aunts and a cousin. Had to really get busy and get things around. It is now done as good as things are going to get done. It was at a snails pace but like the race between the tortoise and the hare, I reached a finishing point. Slow and steady with lots of breaks.
I was hoping that the weather was going to cooperate so that we could spend our time outside. There would be more room for all of us. It may yet because it didn't sound great but was not totally dismal.
It is time for me to crawl beneath the sheets and see if I can't get my forty winks. I made a quiche today for Jeff. My first one ever and he liked it and ate the whole thing. I am amazed at how well is eating. We were told that this new regimen of chemo could affect his appetite and so far it has given him the munchies.
I am not looking forward to his folks' reactions to seeing him tomorrow. He has gotten so thin. I have tried to prepare them, and I hope that I have.
Good night my good friends
God bless you and keep you in the palm of His right hand
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    I hope you have a nice time with your company. I'm glad to hear that Jeff's appetite is well. I hope you got some good rest! emoticon
    2128 days ago
    Glad he has an appetite, hope that keeps up. emoticon
    2128 days ago
    Sounds like you got a lot done today..getting ready for company..

    Hope all goes well tomorrow with your company...

    Thinking of you and hugs and prayers to you and Jeff!!

    Don't get too tired tomorrow..take care of yourself
    2128 days ago
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