A Daily Diary: No, I Haven't Been The Greatest.

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Wednesday, April 8, 2015

No, I Haven't Been The Greatest.

1:37 p.m. I went back to sleeping until the afternoon after all. Last night, I just hung out with my buddies until I went to bed around 2-3 a.m. in the morning, also SecondlLife. Dreamt a lot but nothing in perfect chronological order. Still unsure of what to do with my life today.

Reading would be a good idea, I believe. Netflix is up there..and food.

Last night, the cat limped in and we were concerned. We decided to wait a day, until tonight, to see if he needs a vet. We'll be forfeiting our grocery money this week to pay for the visit but it's for all the right reasons. April still had some of his pain medication from the first vet visit he had and that seemed to help him. Still, he's being left inside today....no neighborhood exploring for him.

2:45 p.m. Ate and watched the newest episode of "Fresh Off the Boat."

4:00 p.m. I spent some time reading "The Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood." April tried to use my bed to sleep but her attempts were thwarted by Carlo, who meowed to demand to go outside...to the point where she frustratingly gave up on sleep.

6:39 p.m. Rick dropped by and informed us that our elderly neighbor took a fall just outside of our mailboxes.

She was there when we found her, lying in an ant bed. Her ankle looked swollen.

We helped her with a wheelchair, brought her up to her house, then brought her walker..which she had trouble getting a grip on. We tried desperately to get a hold of someone, all the while waiting for someone she knew to come take care of the situation. She refused ambulance or hospital help.

Finally, when her daughter showed up, she took hold of the situation and said she was going to a Hospital because they couldn't wait around to see if something was going to happen. She said she had a minor stroke, which number her face, before she took the fall, but she didn't seem worried about it. We were, certainly.

April was pacing around, stroking her hair and wringing her hands and taking deep breaths in between her words. Her face was red and she was sweating, all getting heavier as we kept getting answering machines from the woman's relatives. Finally, she reached a pastor and then a man showed up who knew the woman, then her daughter.

I hope to go visit tomorrow to see how she is doing, April requests that I bring her as well which I fully intend to do.

God be with us in Jesus Name, Amen!

8:28 p.m. 100 pages left of The Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood. I'm thinking of making a crock-pot hamburger meal, even though April replied 'depends on what it is' I'll just have to cross my fingers and hope she likes it anyway. I can't describe the joy I get out of cooking...even though the roomies worry I do it too much and them, not enough. It's not a chore to me though, just something I genuinely have a passion for.

12:05 a.m. I spontaneously got up from a music and daydreaming session and ordered two books I'm REALLY excited to get!: This Fabulous Century: 1900-1910 and This Fabulous Century: 1910-20. I already have the book in the series for 1920-1930 (my favorite treasure of all my books) and that's as far as I go because I'm REALLY mainly interested in the early 20th century years, and even someday I hope to get the ones that go over the later 19th century as well. I just have a fascination for those periods and I know the images in these books are going to be amazing and eye-catching and I can't wait to get my hands on them!

Also, no crock pot meal. Changed my mind...wishing I had chicken and kidney beans. I watched Ace of Cakes with April tonight instead and a bit of Youtube with Rob. And there we go...end of updates.

God bless, Jesus loves, lives, saves. All glory, praise, thanks, and all things be to God on the highest forever and ever in Jesus Name, Amen! God is able!

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