Things are starting to calm down for now. Hopefully I will get a chance to pretty much get used to not going to work. I do, however, plan to take some courses at a local two-year college, at the beginning of next year just to keep myself updated. Who knows, I may just join the people who went back to working part time just because they couldn't afford to live on their social security check. I am in the process of just trying to figure it out according to my budget.
Following is a preview of what I did last week.
Sunday - took a neighbor to the emergency room at Lutheran Hospital.
Monday - Took my dad to the emergency room at Lutheran Hospital.
Tuesday - visited my nephew at Mercy Hospital.
Wednesday - visited my nephew at Lutheran Hospital.
Thursday - visited my niece at Methodist Hospital.
Friday - went to the emergency room at Lutheran Hospital on behalf of my ex-sister-in law.
Saturday - went to church -- God is good and is in the healing process.
My neighbor and my dad are alright and are back home. My nephew is still in the hospital but things are improving. My niece is still in the hospital as she is pregnant and has been put on bed rest to keep the baby from coming too early. My ex-sister-in-law, who lives in a nursing home with Alzheimers disease did not need to be admitted to the hospital.