Thursday Thoughts

An Apple a Day 
After many, many months of listening to me nag him, Bill finally agreed to go Apple all the way. I finally gave him an ultimatum: either you get an iPhone and an Apple watch, or I will make you wear an I’ve Fallen and I Can’t Get Up necklace. As Apple watch users know, there is a button on the side of the watch with which you can call 911. His new watch also one ups mine by having a feature that alerts authorities if you fall down and can’t press the button for some reason. I don’t know how it works; probably magic. Now we just have to get him set up…..

A+ Student 
Bill had his quarterly movement disorder doctor’s appointment yesterday, and they were pleased with how well he’s doing with the pump. It was good to hear, because he had a tough day on Sunday while we were in Estes Park. While I brought his meds and most of his paraphernalia to hook him up, I forgot one important piece, making hook-up impossible. We called the doctor, who told us how many more of his oral meds to take to make up for the lack of the meds coming from the pump. The doctor apparently forgot to carry the 1 (or something), because he figured wrong. Bill was a mess for most of the rest of the day. Once he got back on schedule, he was fine.

Far Away Places
The latest on our two granddaughters who apparently are going to live forever with their Aunt Julie is that they spent the week camping in the mountains around Bozeman in Julie’s little camper. They look like they’re having fun and not missing Denver at all…..


I have figured out that one of my grandchildren takes after me in at least one way. The other day, Kaiya, Mylee, and Cole came to play. I had purchased a 300-piece puzzle for them to work on. Kaiya spent the day drawing, and Cole played with Play Doh. Mylee quietly worked away, and in a couple of hours, she had put the puzzle together by herself…..

A girl after my own heart.


3 thoughts on “Thursday Thoughts

  1. I LOVE that picture of your granddaughters laughing. And out of no where, I’ve caught your puzzle-enjoyment. Never have I cared for puzzles and suddenly I’m kind of addicted. Glad Bill is back to normal.

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