Today was a day of replacements. One was free. The other was not. (Technically, anyway.) If you’ve read any of my posts about Jerry, you know he has multiple medical issues. One of them is spinal stenosis. The symptoms he experienced began in the early 2000s, way before he had any insurance to do anything about
Well, we survived the weekend with grandson, Aero. He’d been needing his gramma fix for some time and finally he had it. We spent Friday (after picking him up from daycare) through most of Sunday with him at the kids’ house (we go where the toys are, and besides our building isn’t allowing visitors again).
Our governor had mandated masks at the beginning of the month because Kansas is having its worst surge of virus cases ever since this whole thing began. Each county was allowed to either opt out or go along with the order. At first, counties mostly left it to folks to follow through, hoping they would
By the time July hits every year, I’m usually busier than any other month of the year. For the most part, that’s when the garden care and harvesting kicks into high gear. And, there has always been the watching of grandkids. Plus, Jerry and I doing more things. Used to be, I’d spend several days
It’s been one of those weeks . . . and it’s only Thursday. Oiy. We’re in the last week leading up to what would have been my son, Jeff’s, 41st birthday this coming Saturday, July 4th. Depending on which family member it is, the anxiety, PTSD, and emotional build-up starts anytime from mid-May right up