1 Chronicles 16:34 Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good; His love endures forever.
While we were out at breakfast today, Mike put his arm around my shoulder and pulled me close to him. It was a sweet blessing. We enjoyed our branch with our friends Phil and Paula, then we headed home. My cataract day after we got home, he said, he stopped me at 1 point yest and told me he was losing bits and pieces of himself, and he was afraid. This was afraid. I told him I was afraid also, and he patted my hand and fell asleep. Later on, when Mike was waking up he this up he was totally disoriented, he began to hallucinate, he thought it was World War II and he had a top secret clearance and he had information the enemy wanted. It was so sad to see this.
Then Mike began to pace, he was up-and-down back-and-forth, in his room, out of his room. He couldn’t seem to settle in one place, then he finally dozed off and it was time for dinner.After dinner I ran to the pharmacy to get him some cough medicine and to talk to the pharmacist and make sure he could take Nyquil. No worries on that.
I put Mike to bed, and he got up. Then I put him back to bed, and he got up a second time. The 3rd time he got up he decided he was going to move furniture, so he moved the sofa. Then he tried to move the coffee table. I wouldn’t let him do that and he got very angry with me and frustrated, and he ended up going back into his room.
I gave Mike some cough medicine, and he finally went to sleep.
While all the stuff was going on with Mike coma Robert was out in the garage, building a Banister for the stairs they go from the house to the garage. I was thrilled that he was doing this and it really is a nice, sturdy, banister.
Robert is done for the evening, Mike’s still asleep, and I will be asleep soon, myself.