Saturday morning, the third dialysis. Kicked butt, believe me.
However, Keith got to come home that afternoon.
30 minutes ago, today... with all the bruising on his arms and shoulders artfully concealed...
He did have his first four hour diaylsis this morning... I drove.... and was exhausted afterwards.
However, he had a good nap and a good lunch and feels pretty good.
His weight has gone from around 250 last week... to 193 today. Incredible what his poor body was carrying around, and no wonder he was so sick. That was all toxic fluid.
Our schedule is Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, from 5:30 AM to
9:30 AM... and I'll drive for a few weeks, until he gets in the
We had a make-up ball game yesterday... Jax got a GOOD hit with his new bat.
And afterwards I ran the dogs out to stretch their legs.
They are so happy at the farm.
And getting to be pretty friendly.
If you were to walk in the gate right now, this is what you would see... on the far side of
Spehar's ponds. I wait for it every year.
Yes, I had the big camera.
This is the view pulling back a little... that tree is actually along way away, across the two big ponds.
I am getting to love this camera.
Troy and Kathy's back yard is like a park... and so beautiful.
And yes, I did some artsy shots, too!
We're ready to go home, Mom!
(It was hot!)
As I came home from the library while Keith slept this morning, I stopped at the pond I showed you several weeks ago. But... I have missed the color there, sadly.
This little guy, a mallard, I think, was all by himself on the pond, you can just see him in the first picture in the left bottom. He was picking at the algae, and the waves were bucking him around.
I had just come from a friend's house, where these guys were eating in the yard.
And there were some chickens and roosters running around, too.
We have a new road ahead of us, but I think we'll be able to travel it... in fact, I know we will.