I packed Melvine’s walker so she could get to where we needed to go with greater ease. Melvine had lost more weight. She keeps losing weight without trying.
The medical assistant, Chad, checked Melvine’s vital signs and they were good.
Alex, the nurse practitioner finally came, and I feel I can work with her. She checked Melvine’s heart and breathing and everything checked out good. She ordered some blood work, and sent us to the next building up higher than this lower building. We completed the assignment in record time.
It seems apparent that I must now make an appointment for Melvine to meet with the kidney doctor. The CAT Scan revealed that Melvine needs to have her kidneys checked.
An occupational therapist came out to work with Melvine today. Melvine passed all the tests and the occupational therapist is not needed at this time in our home.
We decided to go to the Waffle House for a brunch. We had not eaten breakfast before leaving our home.
We received a number of telephone calls form our friends. Bonnie Bender, Claudia Strickland called and talked with Melvine. Wesley Russ called and we will miss him this time on his travel to down to Hawkinsvile to check on things with regard to the estate of his father.
I can hardly stay awake. I believe I am going to bed.
We plan to have a busy day on Tuesday.
Please continue to remember us in prayer. We sure need it.
Hugh H. Morgan