LISTEN TO THE DON'TS
LISTEN TO THE SHOULDN'TS, THE IMPOSSIBES, THE WON'TS.
LISTEN TO THE NEVERS HAVES,
THEN LISTEN CLOSE TO ME.
ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN, CHILD,
ANYTHING CAN BE.
Morning! How's everybody? I feel pretty good this morning, especially since I found out that my drain is coming out today (hopefully). Yup, output is slowing down, so that means I am healing fast, and they want to remove it. Yay! No stinking month-long term dragging this thing around, draining and measuring twice a day. And I'll get to take a SHOWER! It' amazing what little routine things you do that become so important when you are denied them. That makes me think of all those people in shelters along the coast, hunkering down and waiting out Hurricane Florence. I am sure showering facilities are limited with the number of people who are in each safe-facility. Many of those folks are wondering if they even have a house that will still be standing when this is all over. So, let's all appreciate our blessings that we take for granted.
I am always saying that when you get cancer, you get jewelry. True fact. The other day my Nina (BFSILPIC ----Best Friend Sister-in-law Partner in Crime) brought me some things after I got out of surgery. They were from her and Zonna, my other sister-in-law who is currently in Canada. There was an absolutely beautiful piece of Willowtree --- and a necklace. Nina told me that when she purchased the figurine, she told the lady in the store why she was buying it (for me . . . cause I had breast cancer . . . and she and Zonna were celebrating that . . . well, I was alive!) hehehe. The lady replied that she was a breast cancer survivor and went into the store backroom and brought out three necklaces, one for each of us three women. On the necklace was the Bible verse Joshua 1:9, which had encouraged and helped her through some really tough times with her cancer and the death of her brother. What a special thing for her to do!
As many of you know, I change the artificial flowers on my parents gravesite seasonally and send pictures to Sister Karen and Sandy since they don't live near. Bear with me as I post the latest pic for them.
Speaking of fall displays, I finally located a bale of hay for m "lawn-scape" at the Woodbridge Building. I put it in front of the FOR RENT sign to draw a bit of attention. Here are also some shots I just took of the outside, before I start putting out more autumn type stuff.
Well, I must scurry off and get ready to head to the Doctor's office. Take care, y'all.
GOD BLESS YOU ALL AND GOD BLESS OUR COUNTRY