In Times Like THIS

Forty days and nights in the hospital saved my life, but living afterwards has its problems.  24/7 medical care is wonderful, but once I get home, well, without that constant care, I regress. My bought with pneumonia left me much worse off than I thought. Every day I was in Rehab, there was someone there to push me into doing stuff that led to a better life. Now, while awaiting ‘home-health-care’, I am not doing as well. The fulfillment of the promised ‘home-care’ seems to take a bit longer than i’d like. I can’t complain about the cost since it’s taken care of by my insurance or the State of Texas. Never in my wildest imaginings did I think I would need medicaid, but Praise GOD, it is necessary and available. I will await, as patiently as possible, trusting the process. I know there is hope…with help…donchaknow.  I will share something I learned during the trip to Bryan. This old boy’s traveling days are over. It’s time to admit there are some things to forego and it’s OK. It is, if we all stay in touch. GOD helped us discover video and the web, donchaknow.  Have camera, “CallCaption” and will ‘babble’. Too Anointed to be disappointed and too Blessed to be depressed. My Anchor HOLDS!  That’s what I get from My Box of Chocolates.   AMEN

One thought on “In Times Like THIS

  1. It was great to see you at our class reunion, Mr. A. Please take care of you and know that you are loved by lots of SFA kids!!! God bless you! Hugs, Michele Poe


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