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Home from Tucson... tired but happy that I went.

My father in law came home on Saturday - I ended up seeing him after I said I wasn't.

He was very aware of who was in the room - he tried sitting up to greet each of us and answered when we spoke to him. He didn't look as bad as I anticipated so I'm glad that I saw him again.

On Friday the nurse said we were looking at 2 days - today she said Monday or Tuesday, but it's all in God's time. I'm just praying that he leaves us in his sleep with no pain.

I did my Eegees and  Lucky Wishbone run and it was delicious!


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