Tuesdays visit with my husband’s primary went well…it always does. He even gained a couple pounds, tipping the scale at 110lbs. We both agree that God has blessed him with the best of the best in physicians. Asked what day would we like for his next appointment in July…I turned to my husband and asked if he’d like to come on the 19th so that we would without a doubt be on the beach for our anniversary and he said of course.
These 8 years have gone by so quickly and quietly. Just the two of us…in our own little world.
The weather was weathering this morning. A lovely 48 degrees @ 6:30 as we started moving around here in The Sunshine State. I certainly didn’t want to leave the warmth of my bed.
After his appointment it had warmed up just a little so we enjoyed the sunshine and the breeze on the beach for a few before heading back across the bridge.
Mr had a craving for a homemade cheese burger, which has become rare since his cancer diagnosis…If you can’t beat em’ join them and so I did. We stopped by the market and purchased ground chuck and enjoyed a nice lunch; adding baked beans and corn on the side.
He even sat out back and soaked up more vitamin D while I cooked and chatted a little with my Bonus baby ( his oldest daughter)
He had facetimed with his teenager directly after his appointment.
His friend from up north had texted me early morning to check on him as well. It’s always a blessing to be able to give a good report to those who are concerned.
And because napping has become life…after lunch we did just that.
I didn’t rest well because of a headache. I’m not sure what brought it on but it’s after 10pm and it’s still nagging at me.
Before I started dinner I headed to my happy place and did some more sowing. Finding a space for all of these goodies. Turnip, swiss chard, kohlrabi, radish and some lovely morning glory. Those few potatoes were added to the potato patch as well and I must say it’s doing good…leaves are popping up everywhere which means tubers are sure to form.
I even took the time to check on my babies for bugs.
Mr wanted red beans and rice with his collard greens that I harvested on yesterday and dinner was served. A little television and prepared for bed early because tomorrow is yet another appointment. We’ve got quite the schedule and we are learning to take the good with the bad and thankful that we are here for the ups and the downs of life.
Blessings Abounding, Vetta