Being Home With My Family
Saturday, March 28, 2015
I am glad to be home after my heart attack. My wife has been tired so I encouraged her to get plenty of rest. Naturally she had to lift Becky a lot while I was in the hospital.
I never quite finished a religious song I worked on. My shortcomings in music make it difficult to figure out a lot of music involved affairs.
Becky likes pies so I made some simple, and easy ones with puddings, and graham cracker crusts. I can not do a lot of things right now. I wanted to help Joann with washing clothes, but she advised me to stay away from the electronics of the washer, and dryer because of my pacemaker.
I can say one thing for sure. Suffocating is not fun. When I could not breathe I was blessed that emergency folks brought in oxygen. I wonder what death would have been like. Many poor souls have definitely found that out that were not as fortunate as I. For them I pray they will always be in Heaven, or in some wonderful good place.
Candy, my mother in laws little dog was happy to see me come home. She jumped high into my arms, and began licking my face. We brought some fried chicken home, and we all enjoyed a little of it. Candy ate first along with our cats. I tore the meat off of a chicken leg, and Candy really enjoyed the food. When Becky, Joann, and I went to bed, we watched some television for a while. Candy, and our large beautiful cat Boo, cuddled up with us.
I have a lot of things to think about all the time, but I am grateful for everything. I always say prayers for so many good people everywhere.
God Bless Everyone.