Good Afternoon -
Just got done showering (along with a couple of other "S's") after doing a mid-afternoon power-walk with Amy. I feel both clean and tired (not to mention the pain from achy muscles)! LOL!
"Good-Bye Ruby Tuesday. . ." LOVE that tune!
Had a relatively "Q" night at work last night. Off for the next three nights. Don't have anything planned except for some much-needed house cleaning.
I've had a few people approach me to do various audio and/or video recording projects, which is super cool! Seems like the month of March is filling up with all kinds of creative endeavors.
The play that Amy is in is opening this Thursday. The name of the play is, "Skin Deep". It premiered in an Off-Broadway work-shop about 14 years ago. As we were doing the power-walk thing together, Amy was telling me ALL about the rehearsals. . . which involves the play itself. I pretty much know the play without seeing it! LOL! I plan on seeing my loving wife do her acting stuff next week. Should be fun!
herring_RN - Oh My GOSH! I hope your 13 years old friend recovers! I have a friend who suffered significant brain damage after bicycling, head-first, into a tree. He, too, was in a coma for a number of weeks. Eventually he woke up. Now?!? He's functioning near to his normal self. He has an interesting personality change and is very friendly and full of smiles (not that he wasn't a friendly person before his accident). Who recovers and who doesn't recover from significant brain injury remains a mystery. A "Miracle" might be one explanation.
NSIME - It does require great patience to explain and re-explain and re-re-explain things to the person with memory issues. Often I'm OK with this. But with my father experiencing memory issues, I find myself a little less patient at times. It's those times that I really need to work on keeping that professional detachment while maintaining compassion and patience. It ain't easy, sometimes.
Tweety - I can appreciate the importance of using one's own balls when bowling. . .
Joe - Seems like you had quite the busy day. Hope your mood is brighter.
Davey-Do - Happy Birthday to your father! I still think of my Mom on her birthday, too. Her birthday is two days after mine, in March. She would be 82 (or 83???) this years. Peace to you, Davey-Do, as you hold fond memories of your Dad today.
Peace to all who travel here today!