hi from your one fingered blogger. i am happy to announce that we are going to try to go to the cabin. i met the one criteria...being able to stand up on my own, take the 8-10 steps to the bathroom and take those same steps back again to the sofa. dick will not have to run inside every 20 min to see if i need to be taken to the bathroom. this is a huge success.
im sure we will face more challenges, but if i can sit on the deck most of the day, just watching loons and kayaks on the water, with a book in my hand, i should be good to go. speaking of books, here are my favorites, read during my 13 week quarantine; the letters by luanne rice; the secret hour by luanne rice; where the river ends, charles martin; water from my heart, charles martin; family tree by barbara delinsky; and two by joy fielding,,,she's not there and someone is watching. i read probably 25 novels during this time, but these were most compelling.
we went up to see the baby last weekend. she was 3 months old. i loved reading to her. but trips of 5.5 hours are killers on my body.
i am getting both pt and ot on my lame hand. i work on loosening up my fingers and being able to spread out my fingers every day. my lame arm gives me the most pain every day.
we quit hospice 2 weeks ago. i wasnt failing fast enough for them!!!!! as long as god keeps pecking away at my healing by improving, i am probably ineligible for hospice. i miss our sweet nurse who came once a week.
we will stop at 4.5 hours of travel on the way to the lake, and stay with margie and chris at their cabin.
cant think of any new news. have a wonderful summer. will post from the lake.
i love reading to isla
talking and smiling with grampa
just hangin' with grampa and grama
Kickin' up a storm