Romans 3:22 This righteousness is given through faith in Jesus Christ to all who believe. There is no difference between Jew and Gentile
Chickadee – taken in Worley, Idaho 2017
I didn’t get a break today – though I got almost an hour on Thursday. So I went a full week with almost no relief, I am tired. Exhausted actually. I had to be up at 6 this morning ready for the Pump Company to show up and and check out the pump, alarm, and all that entails. They guy was nice, and showed me where the breaker box is, which 2 switches turns off the power to the pump and showed me how to turn off the alarm.
How much do I give in? How much do I wait? Why aren’t there any answers? I wish I could get someone to observe Mike when he’s really being aggressive, then, they could give me the words to say to the doctor so he would pay attention to me!
I was able to subvert another ‘key’ issue with the parts department of the Jeep dealer. Mike couldn’t give them the VIN numbers for the Jeep, so they could look up for a new electronic key. I told the woman on the phone I’d go out and double check the VIN and when I did go out, Mike stayed in the house. This gave me the opportunity to tell her I had the keys, he has dementia, and we don’t want him driving at all! She said no problem, whatever I wanted to tell Mike she would agree with. So I told him the parts department said the key fob comes from China and it’s backordered. We are on a wait list for 2-4 months before we can get one. He was agreeable to that! Thankfully! Maybe now I’ll have some peace with him about the keys!
I want to go to the Kootenai Preserve tomorrow to do some photography, but Mike isn’t interested, so I have to stay home! I think the next time I want to go, I’ll just say, let’s go for a drive – and end up at the preserve. It’s almost 2 hours from us, to the north. He will be upset if I do that, but I don’t think I’ll get there any other way!
Right now, Mike’s gone to his room and I am sitting in my bed, and like I said before I am totally exhausted. Almost to tired. It’s time for me to turn my lights out.