Another Day of Go, Go, Go
It's hard sometimes, hearing some of the questions and her answers and having to endure the disapproving looks from the health care professionals-as if I had something to do with the lack of concern for her own care.
Hey, I'm not going to sit there and monitor everything that goes into her mouth. She's a big girl. If she's going to be hospitalized for renal failure and not change her ways, you think that I can talk sense into her? That would be a big, fat NO.
The upshot is that she's got more dietary restrictions on top of some restrictions that are due to medications she's taking. I can cook within those guidelines, but that's only one meal of the day.
After that, we picked up Ed and enjoyed a lunch. It was a gorgeous day today, and it was nice to get out and goof around a little without the kids.
Then I did a mystery shop. I do those from time to time for a little pocket money. Let's just say that it's a good company, but the opportunities aren't enough to pay the bills, even in busy months. It was supposed to take an hour, instead, I was there for over two. Oh well.
Oh, and then I got an email-tonight's class was canceled. It changed plans just a little, but I ran over to campus with Jessica to check out some of the Homecoming events, then scrambled home.
For the first time this school year, I was at a cub scout meeting. Wow, I forgot how LOUD things can be with sixty-something boys laughing and having a good time. When they get to Boy scouts, it's not quite as noisy! It was a good thing my memory was refreshed, because now I know better than to bring classwork to study during cub scout meetings next semester.
Yes, it was a busy day, but there's still homework to do...