Friday, August 6, 2010

Dad feeling some better.

Up at 8:30.  Can’t believe Fred slept that late.  Mid morning we went to Mom and Dad’s (Bob and Marcy’s).  Dad is feeling much better today.  He still gets tired easily and his appetite still  has not increased much.  He is very glad to be home.


Sockey came along for the visit.

While we were there John fixed the lock on the utility room door and put up Dad’s flag.


After finishing at Dad’s we went back to the RV.  John wanted to finish his latest project in the basement….mounting an air hose reel.   I guess you could call John Mr. Fix it.



My sister, Annie met John and I at Bob and Marcy’s for dinner.  We had turkey meatloaf, fresh corn, creamed spinach and new potatoes.  For dessert Marcy made a banana pudding.  You know we do like to talk about the food. LOL


Sockey thinks he will get some pudding this time.

With dinner and dessert consumed and dishes washed it was time for a round of 10 Penny.  Dad decided to sit this one out.  He was feeling a bit washed out. Tonight was Mom’s lucky night.  She won.  You know we will have to have a rematch. Hopefully Dad will feel up to playing the next time.

By the time we finished 10 Penny it was getting pretty late so we loaded up to head home.  My sister realized she had a passenger in her car.


I guess Sockey was mad because he didn’t get any banana pudding and decided to go home with someone else. LOL

Laugh everyday.  Happy trails.  Stay safe.


  1. Bridget, I'm glad your Dad is at least home now and I hope he starts feeling himself again real soon. Being at home with family is sometimes the best medicine of all.

    Maybe your sister will stuff Sockey all the sweets he can eat. When you see him next time, he'll be a really fat Sockey.

    Take care,

  2. sSometimes I think it takes lots out of you just BEING in the hospital...You need time to get your strength back...Our best wishes go out to your Dad...Tell Socky to keep his stinky sock out of the food!!!!

  3. Glad your dad is home and feeling better. I agree with Connie about the comfort a family can provide when you are not feeling well.
    Silly never know where he'll show up!
    Blessings, Kathy