Monday, June 15, 2009

Medium pain today, mostly in my left arm, again!  I also printed the beginning of the newest book, all three pages.  I am waiting for more interviews, however, I know there is more I can write without them.  I am not really happy with what I have written so far.  I know I can do better, so that is what I will be doing tomorrow.  Mom is reading them now.  She says they are not as bad as I think.  After I re-write (which is so much of what writing is about) I am going to email them to Kathy and get her opinion.  She is a good writer and editor.  I am looking forward to camping with her and her family and possibly meeting up with Andrea Price and her family.  I think it will be fun.  I just have to convince Kathy.  that will be hard since I know she doesn't really like camping.  However, I think if we go together, she won't have as much work as she does when she goes by herself with her family.

Mom got a little lost today.  I can't have her go for walks on her on again.  Fortunately this time, there was a nice man who drove her home after noticing that she was lost.  I thought she was okay going around the neighborhood by herself, but apparently not.  Can't have a lost Momma, that would be bad.  We went for a scooter/walk after that and she showed me where she got lost.  It is amazing that with her memory, she can remember that!  I am thankful she was with someone nice, probably a neighbor, but still, this could have turned out badly.  I had to ask her not to go out without me again.  that was sad, she was always to independent and now she isn't.  Sometimes it is hard to deal with, but then at least she has some memory left and it isn't all gone like my cousin Wilbert.  He doesn't know who he is or anyone else either.  I haven't seen him because we don't have our new passports yet and he lives in Canada.  I keep forgetting to get the new applications.

Have a great night, until next time.


  1. I'm not getting out of this camping thing, am

    Scary about your mom getting lost, I'm glad someone helped her get home.