Melissa, I do understand your position on what choices I have made. I don't expect my children to to undersdtand why I want these choices. I just do not want their stay and visit with me to be oneof conflict.. They can talk about these choices as much as they want among themselves. A couple of them do understand but don't agree with it and we can still carry on a nice conversation among ourselves.
By the way I did get the prescription refilled through the encologist yesterday late afternoon. Christy set up an appointment with him on Thursday, I guess to keep the prescriptions coming at least for now. I am sorry you are taking this so hard so soon after you lost your mother. I have seen some improvements even in my right eye - the one that is the worst. To me that is uplifting
I am working on my grandchild's afghan, trying to get it finished. Since I cannot do much else maybe I can get it finished pretty soon, but probably not before they arrive tomorrow, I do not think.
Today is my ride scheduler's anniversary and I also learned that they are expecting a month before my son is I am going to see if I can get another one done for them, too.
The Church's kitchen bought me some lentil soup a couple of days ago and some boiled Yukon gold potatoes. I combined them and had a serving the last two nights. That is some good soup. They are supposed to bring me some tomato/basil soup, which I also like. They are also providin salads for me. It is all appreciated, believe me. And so are themany prayers for me.
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