I’m finally at home! After hours in the ER in Russellville Sunday night from 10:30 p.m. till after 2 a.m. I finally got transferred to the Medical Center around 4 a.m. Finally got in a bed on the 5th floor, then later moved to the 3rd floor, then finally dismissed Thursday and got home at 1:30 p.m. Whew, I am tired. Feeling some better. There is no place like our own local hospital.
Bev Whitson was also there and she finally got to come home on Friday. Hope she soon feels lots better.
Also there all week has been James Fuller. He is supposed to get to come home Monday. Hope he is feeling lots better.
Those that have been in this week and also while I was in the hospital were Sue Fuller, George Whitson, Bro. David and Brenda Jicka, Bro. Kenny and Tammy Cummins, Ada Dorris, Hester Martin, Ronnie Rosser and Jerry Hart.
Elaine made the best vegetable soup yesterday (Sunday). It just hit the right taste. She and Stanley have been in and out after work. I appreciate them seeing after me.
Bringing me some soup, etc. from the church yesterday were garrison Rosser and the smallest son of John and Susan McLellan’s. The church was having soup, sandwiches and a dessert dinner. Thanks for thinking of me.
Enjoying a special birthday dinner Sunday at the Mexican restaurant in Russellville were Margie Latham. Three of her children were able to attend, bless Vickie with her problems. Seems she has to miss everything. There were 16 of them and Margie was one of 3 celebrating their special day.
Lather Sunday afternoon, here were Bro. Kenny and Tammy Cummins from Princeton. It was sure good to see and visit with them for awhile. I was hoping the weather would not do what the weathermen were predicting, but it did… snow and ice. Of course you know that in Kentucky you can expect any kind of weird weather conditions. One thing is to not be surprised at what you see.
Hope for a better week. I’m still very weak. See ya!
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