Mom is giving them "what for" in a little bit. At least I hope she is! We'll see what happens. She's been advised by me, Mrs. Janet, and our Pastor to take him on to Charlotte if they release him regardless of how she feels. SO! We'll see what happens.
On a lighter note, we did have a good day yesterday. I picked mom up and took her Secret Pal gift to her. Just in case her secret pal is reading this, I thought you might like to see the pictures. She just LOVED her apron. She had a fit over it.
She died laughing at the coffee....I think because it's Jack Daniel's brand and she can sip on it after taking her homemade medicine. ha haaa!
And she loved her trivet. She's thinking of a place in the kitchen to hang it. Thank you, mama's secret pal, it was such a great "pick me up" for her!!
When we got to the hospital, daddy was resting from his dialysis treatment. Doesn't he look peaceful? Should have seen him later when he was all slumped over and drooling.
Mom was able to read him the little card Ally made for the two of them, using the little Valentine candy hearts. It was so precious. They both loved it.
I had stopped at Walgreens in Gastonia to pick up the picture I had developed and he died laughing over that. He thought it was really funny.
He's been eating great, but after his CAT yesterday, his vertigo kicked in and bless his heart he was sick on his stomach for a while after. So he took a few bites of his chicken, a green bean and bite off his roll and that was it for him. Before I left that evening, I made sure he had crackers, fruit, and drinks on his table in case he got hungry through the night.
My sweetie pie showed up. I really wasn't expecting him, it being church night, but he decided to come because he was afraid he wouldn't get to see daddy again before he had surgery. One of the nurses came in and she happened to be someone Bruce graduated with. So they did a little catching up.