Philippians 1:11 being filled with the fruits of righteousness which are by Jesus Christ, to the glory and praise of God.
Mike and me in Reykjavik, Iceland 26 August 2017
Mike had physical therapy today – and as I went over his papers, to make sure everything was filled out, I saw he didn’t tell the truth on several questions. I talked to the receptionist about it, and she talked to the guy who was going to interview Mike, before treatment.
How else could this have been handled? It was an immediate situation and treatment could have been off the mark due to the way Mike answered. He also refused to note to them that he had dementia. Why? This is a definite diagnosis, yet he acts as though it’s something to be ashamed of! I have been reading lots, and I am not finding answers on this. I wonder if others have had this happen?
After Mike’s appointment, we went to brunch and he ate a good meal. Though very slow, he finished a good portion of it and was in a great mood the whole time. He didn’t get upset, and agitated. As we left the restaurant, Mike decided he wanted to go straight home, and I had a couple of places I wanted to go, so I took him home, and I left again, for close to an hour.
Things have been going along smooth and comfortable for the last few days, and I am very happy with that. I find I don’t like leaving Mike at home, alone, for very long, 90 minutes is the maximum time right now, but I am finding that even when I plan to be gone, and tell him, I focus more on just getting my errand/s done so I can get home and make sure he’s okay.
So if anyone is reading this, please pray for Mike’s safety, and for my peace of mind. It’s been a great day. Have a good evening.