Quiet time

It appears that someone has seen fit to give Barry and I a reprieve from running around like chickens with their heads cut off. We have managed  to carry out a few things around the house. Feels good.

Mom experienced a health issue and has been in the hospital all week. She is OK, but had to be admitted for a while.

The rat race begins again Monday morning with an MRI of my chest, leading to an evaluation later that day by a urologist.

I’m filling out the paperwork for the Cowden Syndrome Study and working on arranging a date for my family to get their trusting done. Mom being admitted through a loop in those plans.

My brother-in-law lost his mother, taking them out-of-town for a week. She had been sick for a while and the Good Lord called her home. She is no longer in pain and she is in a better place. I haven’t lost a parent yet, but helped Barry when he lost his mom. All around a difficult situation. Our prayers and concerns go out to Dennis and his family. We love them each and everyone, dearly.

So after several bumps in the road, maybe we can get the scheduling done for testing. I do not to mean to seem like I’m making light of their loss, I’m not. Under normal circumstances, I would have been in Idaho with them.

5 thoughts on “Quiet time

  1. I don’t mind reading about “loss”. I think of it in a different way, never a loss but a gain in so many ways.

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