My, oh my, what a time to be without a good computer! All my passwords were stored in the computer which was in the shop all week. I know I should have made a hard copy to have.
I've been trying to use my grandson's computer but it's worse than mine is. When I used my regular password to get into Faithwriters, it wouldn't accept it. I've used it for years and couldn't even get into FW to talk to the owners. My computer came back last night but still isn't working, so Tim returned it to the shop. Today it still doesn't work, has all kinds of blocks on it and freezes all the time. I'm on it now but it will have to go back to the shop tomorrow.
My heart is aching for Don and Carol. Her quality of life has been so poor the last few years since we've known her and Don is so worn out I wonder how he's kept going, except for the grace of God. I hope their son and daughter are still there.
Joanney, you are on my mind all the time, too, and I know every hospital has a financial assistance program to help those in need. When my uncle was a heart surgeon in NC and chief of staff at the hospital before he died, he told me about the assistance program and said one hospital in North Carolina has $50 million set aside to help those who can't pay. They don't advertise it, of course, but every hospital has this fund. Don't be afraid to actively pursue it.
Is that latest hemoglobin number the lowest it's ever been or did you get a transfusion to bring it up to that point. Mine was at 12 and I'm taking a liquid to get it up to 20.
I'll be back. I need to help Jackson with his homework. His mother was remarried last week, did I tell you?
Love you all.
(singing): "Jesus, Jesus, Jesus, sweetest name I know;
Fills my every longing, keeps me singing as I go."