It’s February!

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Today is Saturday, Feb. 1, 2014.  I’m one month and one day over 70. Today, I feel fine.  No one asked me to play cards tonight so I am in for duration.  I am playing word games and reading; I will stay busy.

Tomorrow is Sunday!  It will be breakfast , church, lunch, and canasta.  Ate supper tonight with a new resident named Harry (96); he’s very sharp and very smart.  He taught languages in school:  English, French, Italian, and others.  HIs wife, now deceased, was a concert pianist.  He is very nice and easy to talk with.  We had a great time at dinner.

My friend Bea has given up on chemotherapy.  She has called in Hospice to help.  God has given her miracles in the past, so perhaps it’s not her turn to leave us.  Her doctors refer to her as the “miracle woman.”  They thought she only had 3 months to live and she’s been here 10 months. She is Greek and we have become friends.  I took her to many of her chemo sessions down in Jupiter.  she picked up a virus and has not been the same.  She’s very weak.  Please pray for recovery or a quick road to Heaven.  Either way is fine with her.  Thanks!

Sunday’s Coming!

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Saturday was an uneventful day.  It’s after eight now, and all I have accomplished today is watching movies!  Getting ready to wash my hair because Sunday is coming!

I don’t know about you, but I love Sunday’s.  Frank and I are attending Vero Vineyard Christian Church which is very small but very on fire for the Lord.  Their music ministry is awesome!!  I can feel God’s spirit around us within minutes of worship service which lasts about 30-45 minutes.  Usually the music is original and very inspiring.  The singers and the band should produce an album; they are very professional.

Before and after church, we mingle in the cafe and chat.  It’s a warm church with all ages, but Frank and I are probably the oldest members.  Lots of teens meet on Friday nights (around 15).  We are going to attend a worship ministry on Thursday nights beginning next week.

After church is diner in our dining room…this Sunday it will be in our rooms again.  Usually we practice for wii bowling after lunch but we are still in lockdown, so I guess that won’t happen either.  This has been a very lonely week.  We are always out and about here, eating, playing games, doing crafts, mingling, etc, but none this week.  Hopefully we will be back to normal by Monday.  I sure do miss my Bible Study group.  We are very close.  Most of us were sick; one is in rehab from another heart incident.

Another Saturday night for us YOUNG ‘UNS…TV, baths, etc.  then bedtime.  Frank conks out around 9, and I go to bed when ever I get sleepy…usually midnight or after.

Night all.

God Bless!