Tuesday, June 21, 2016
Another bionic added to my body. By tonight, barring complications, I'll have a new left shoulder.
Originally scheduled for 8am, canceled, then rescheduled to 4pm. looking forward to having pain removed after a year of procrastination. Not that I plan on pitching or playing golf, both of which I don't do, but being able to go through a day without constant shoulder pain.
The hardest thing is going without food since midnight and no water since 4am, being diabetic doesn't help. I don't mean to sound like I'm complaining, which I am, but waiting all day is not fun. The only good part is that I get to spend a good part of the day with my wife.
What a woman, she's going through this tough part of her life with an unbelievable attitude, one that will pull her through this shitty leukemia.
As I've mentioned before, her support group of friends and family are outstanding. Without asking, they volunteer, she considers herself so lucky to have them around. Because of all their help, I'm able to still go to work 40 plus hours every week.
Please keep me in mind if you are in the market for a new or used car. Excuse the commercial break.
My second book , now titled THE NEBISH, which may change, should be finished in just a few months. It's not a memoir like my first, MAKING HAPPY, but a fun detective story and definitely fiction.
We just celebrated our 32nd anniversary and our love is as strong as day one and if possible, better by the day.
I will now return to my recliner trying not to think of food, which is impossible because of the constant food commercials on TV. Until the next blog, stay well.