Psalm 12:6 And the words of the Lord are flawless, like silver purified in a crucible, what gold refined 7 times.
Mike was asleep on the sofa when I got up this morning. Robert came over and sat with him while I ran over to spectrum to return the modem for the Internet. While Michael slept, Robert was able to move the victorola from the sitting room to the living room.
After I got Mike to the Bennett house, I met a girlfriend for lunch and we went to sushi and it was delicious; when I got back to pick up Mike, I found out he had slept the whole day. When we got home, he immediately went back to sleep, and he stayed that way for a few hours.
The evening was pretty rough, Mike kept seeing people in the house and he kept asking me why were the men yelling at him. It took me quite a while to convince him there was no one else in the house but him and me. He finally said OK, and then I ended up having to have Robert come over to help me put Mike to bed.
I had given Michael his evening medications, and he had gone to bed, but he came back upstairs for some reason and couldn’t remember why. He started to lay down on the sofa, and I told him it was time for him to go to bed, so he said OK got up and started to go downstairs and had a major difficult time. I convinced Mike to sit on his bottom and scoot down the steps so he didn’t risk falling. He agreed, and sat down and worked his way slowly down the stairs. But by the time he got to the bottom, he was too tired to go much further, so he just lay down on the floor. Robert came over and helped him get up, and put him into bed for me, and make sure that Mike was settled and turned out the lights. By that time I was so exhausted from just getting him down the steps that I couldn’t do much more by myself. I was thankful Robert was closed by to be able to help.
I shed a few tears, my DIL got a cool cloth and wiped my face and arms, and I got a glass of cold water, now I am ready to crash for the night.