Mark 9:50 Salt is good, but if the salt loses its flavor, how will you season it? Have salt in yourselves, and have peace with one another.”
Me and Mike in Eglinton Valley, Fjordland National Park, New Zealand October 2019
Mike was up at 8:30, asked for his meds, asked if Rick was getting him today, and slept on the sofa from 8:45-11:15 I dropped him off at Bennett House, and then I did errands. I went to the bank, the pharmacy, the hardware store – I got the shelving and brackets to put onto the tracks that are in the garage. I will have to wait until Monday, or Wednesday, next week to get started.
After I got Mike at 2:30, we headed home and he slept from 2:45 – 5:15 and we left for Wednesday night dinner, and services. Mike only got lost 1x tonight. We got home at 8:15 and he got his evening meds, then went to bed.
After we got home, I check my phone, and I had a message from the doctor’s office. They want to try to get Mike in at 11 am tomorrow morning – nope, that’s not going to happen. I have worked to darn hard to get his Thursday routine set up, and I don’t want to mess it up now. I told the doctor I wanted to see him at 11 without Mike, and now he wants Mike there. 😦
While we were at church tonight, one of the lunch guys has offered to take Mike to man camp the end of June and I will have from Friday afternoon, through Sunday afternoon, to myself! I have a multitude of ideas I want to consider for that time alone!
While Mike has gone to bed, I have managed to find some papers I need for tomorrow; a check from the insurance company to put onto my visa bill; and these will be put on hold if the doctor will see me without Mike in attendance.
I am trying to get the house better organized, but having to work around a short window of time 2x a week makes for tricky maneuvering in the overall workings of things. It’s going to take a while to accomplish my goals, but I will continue to work on projects as much as I can