Jun 3, 2019 11:08PM bandwoman1234 wrote:
Okay. I am back but running pretty much on empty. My very last trip to get my LAST cancer drug refill never happened and after going to Walgreens three times I finally gave up. I couldn't figure out what the hold up was and then I found out they reduced their pharmacy hours dramatically and this store is the only one open late and people were coming from surrounding towns. Oh well.
Hershey, I can so relate to putting your Mom in an assisted living facility. My Mom was so confused and I stayed the first night with her and got NO sleep at all because she was up a gazillion times and couldn't find the bathroom etc. The next morning she was all dressed very, very early and said I am ready to go home now. I really thought this would be the end of her for sure as she didn't want to leave her home but here a year and a half later she has adjusted. I pray that your Mom will as well. Because I am living in her house when I visit we have not been in a big rush to sell yet. I sure hope you and your brother can quickly get the house ready to sell. I can certainly appreciate all the work you have in front of you. My sister and I have cleared out alot but we are no where near ready to sell as so much needs to be done inside. One thing with this VA pension I am seeking for my Mom is they do not require us to sell the house.
Chris, I sure hope your granddaughter can get by without being too lonesome for her Mom. Visiting near your daughter sounds like a good plan. I have already prayed for your upcoming trip to CO and I sure hope you don't have all the issues you did last year.
Victoria, welcome again. I must say that you seem very at peace with this difficult news you have received. I pray that as you move forward in this new journey that things will go smoothly for you and that all pieces will fall into place for you so that you can eventually get that Van and travel. Your daughters sound very supportive so it looks like you will be well cared for. Please feel free to post anytime and let us know how you are doing and when you will have your surgery so we can be sure and pray for you.
Melody, those point and shoot cameras actually can do a great job and your beautiful winter pic proves that. I have only been into photography for about five years and it was totally a silver lining to my breast cancer. I won't go into the whole story now but I did post about it some time this year I think. I have taken several classes and I have become very passionate about it. Because it is such great therapy and I love it and can get totally lost in the moment it is really healing for me as your writing and sewing are for you.
Well dear sisters, this ole gal is signing off for now because I am done in and done for the day. Have a good night.