It's a rather nice morning here in our little part of New England. It's a bit chilly, but the sun is peeking over the tree tops so it will warm up in a little while. (I think.) Wow, was I tired yesterday when I was finally able to sit for a few minutes on the sofa here at home. After a busy day, I got something to eat for supper and sat down - and woke up a few hours later. I guess I was just a speck tired.*
Eddie and I went to the hospital to see Moo around lunchtime, and this time I took my camera with me. All these days of running in and out of Boston, and I never even thought to take any photos. I still have to weed through the several hundred shots that I took yesterday, but I pulled out a few to share with you this morning.*
First, an update on Moo. I saw an improvement in him. He is able to talk a little bit clearer, and is able to use his good hand much more. Cranky??? My goodness, he deserves a "first place" ribbon for crankiness. BUT, I would be cranky too if it were me in that bed. On the other hand, we did manage to get a few smiles out of him, and he actually cracked a couple of jokes.*
I just got a call from a hospice nurse about having a meeting with Moo and myself today. However, I cannot get into Boston today, so she is going to try to set the meeting up on the phone with all of us. That would be a big help. Had they told me about the meeting yesterday, I could have made arrangements to get to the hospital today. However, the hospital code is "say nothing to the patient or the family. Keep it all a surprise."*
Okay, back to the photos. As we were sitting at the traffic light facing the hospital, we noticed the hospital helicopter starting to take off - probably to pick up another patient or maybe it had just dropped one off. I managed to get some nice photos of it. I think this is the one that brought my brother to the hospital.
As we were driving along yesterday, I also got a couple of shots of the side view mirror on the car. They came out pretty good, so I'll share one of those too. Three guesses who the photographer is.
I think that's all for this morning. I have to be ready for that phone call. There's a chance that Moo might be coming home today, and that would be really nice. Till tomorrow, Y'all have a wonderful day.
Hugs, Edna B.