SEE THE SMILE ON HIS FACE
Then after that we went to talk to the diabetic specialist. She changed a few things around and we will try that for a week and see if it can help get his blood stable. She did help somewhat but the big thing is the renal (kidney) diet.
Our good friend Carol Ainsworth had dinner here right after we got back from the visit to the hospital. What great timing that was. The ribs were out of this world--sorry about bragging but, darn, they were really, really good.
My mother was here just as we got home. It was so great to see her out of the hospital and she's doing so much better. Just a little speech problem and that's all. She will be staying with us for a few days or a week or two, whatever it takes to get us able to know she will be okay by herself.
Tomorrow Will will have dialysis so he won't be feeling very good.
But tomorrow he needs to feel good because it's his sister's birthday on Wednesday. Yes, Angel turns 27, boy I sure hope she doesn't mind everyone knowing that. If she does, just pretend you don't know. Our niece, Magan, turns 27 also that day.
GOD BLESS THE BIRTHDAY GIRLS and God bless our friends and family