Showing posts from July, 2015

My Talk with a Couple of Strangers

Good evening, everyone. I hope you have had a great day so far.
It has been a very interesting day for me so far. Let me tell you about it.

This morning, I decided at the last moment to get the van inspected instead of going out this afternoon after dialysis. I guess it was what you would call a little bit of God intervening.

At first, I had a notion to go to Pep Boys, but at the last minute, I changed my mind and went to a different place. It was here that I met a very nice young man by the name of Patrick. This young man was listening to some music on his phone and I made a comment about it. We got to talking and ended up talking about so many different things that we didn't realize how long we had talked until I had to leave. And this was for over an hour and a half!

Patrick was such a great guy to talk to. The funny thing, though, is that I have a feeling this meeting was for Patrick and the woman that came in not long before I left. I found out that these two people had the s…

What A Week

Good morning, everyone. I hope everyone has been doing well this past month. It really has been a doozy of a month for me, though.

The biggest obstacle was this past week.
Yes, that's right. And you won't believe what it was about.

This past week, I was thrown a curveball. My husband was sent to a hospital in Hickory.

Let me start from the beginning. Last Monday, I took him to see his psychiatrist. After the appointment, Richard came out and informed me that they were taking him to the hospital and that I needed to walk back with them to sign some documents. They gave him the option to go with them or to let me take him. Naturally, we agreed for me to take him.

We got there at about 4:10. He got to the ER suite at 4:30 pm on Monday afternoon. He was there for 26 hours before they sent him to Hickory since the hospital here was not in our network. So, we are now visiting him up there at Frye Regional Medical Center in Hickory. We went on Wednesday, Thursday, and yesterday (Satu…