Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Arlington National Cemetery
Remembering my dad and honoring all those that have served and are currently serving our great land. THANKS for your service to our country.
After breakfast we went to Big Lots to look at rugs for the trailer, found one and it is in the living room of the house until it sells then will go to the trailer. On the way home we stopped of at the Renaissance to eat at Mint Restaurant, Bridget had the meatloaf special and I had a pimento cheese hamburger with sweet potato fries. Played on the computer after getting home then went out to the trailer to take a nap about 1:30. Bridget didn't want me messing up the bed in the house she had already made. We had a showing scheduled for 3:30 but they were early, my nap ended at 3.
My friend Kay received the best news today after undergoing and completing chemo and radiation for breast cancer. Her life has been turned upside down for over a year with this sickness and the treatments. Last month she completed her last round of chemo and this week she had her final scans done and the results were normal. God has answered her prayers.
Update on Ina Jo: She is still in ICU and on the respirator. The doctors said today that she is improving but it will be a slow process. She is 80 years old and still works in her yard, mows the lawn and walks three to four miles a day. The doctors feel that it is because she was in such good health before the illness that she has survived. Thanks again for the prayers.
Remember to laugh everyday. Happy trails. Stay safe.