Guardianship – I have to tell him

Ephesians2:8 For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith and this not from yourselves, it is the gift of God

I’ve been down with Vertigo. Horrid experience, my 2nd time in 6 months! Thankfully, Robert was here to help. He took care of Mike, fed him, got him to the neurologist, to Bennett House and picked him up. It was great not having to worry about anything, not that I could have done anything. I was so extremely dizzy.

Mike, kept waking me up. I would only get to sleep for maybe 30-45 minutes and he’d come into the room and shake me until I woke up. 🥴 I needed sleep, I couldn’t even keep water down and he was wanting me to explain things to him. I just couldn’t!

Our AC is still not working, so it’s super hot, I was dizzy and throwing up and I couldn’t make him understand to just let me sleep. Robert finally got him downstairs and gave him dinner and I fell asleep and got about 2 hours in when Mike woke me again foe his evening meds. Robert had them, but I couldn’t get ahold of him and Mike refused to leave me alone and wait. I crawled out of bed, and just then Robert came into the house and told Mike, “Dad, I told you I had to take care of something and I’d be right back. I have your meds” I fell back into bed and went eight to sleep

Today, Thursday I got up cautiously, and there was only a little spinning. I got some water, and thwn a cup of herbal tea. Mike went to lunch with his friends, and I was able to have a piece of toast. Finally, something solid, and it stayed down.

Dr Britt, neurologist, called to say Mike needs a guardian, and he’s recommending me (I would be surprised, and upset, if he hadn’t) but Mike didn’t acknowledge it at the office on Wednesday, so now I have to tell him. Most likely it won’t be pretty, but the doctor said to call him if Mike got out of control.

For now, I’ve been up 14 hours and I am exhausted after 2 1/2 days in bed. I need to sleep.

Published by motherpooh

I am a Mom and a Grandma. I like photography, genealogy, scrapbooking, canning, and gardening

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