Hello my friends. Did you have a good weekend? I worked on my Dune blanket. Someone asked about the pattern in a comment in my last post - the design is by Lucy at Attic24 blog. Click on her name to find out all about it. This photo of Mocha on my lap with the blanket across her reminds me of similar photos I took of our dear Buddy in the same spot.
We took care of our patient, Dayle over the weekend. I prepared baby food oatmeal for him for breakfast with some brown sugar and butter in it. For dinner he gets mashed potatoes with beef or turkey gravy and some pureed vegetables. I make him coffee, keep his ice water filled and bring him jello, etc.
Kristi brought me some hamburger and Italian sausage and I taught Michael (our 19 yr old grandson who lives with us) how to make it. We worked together to produce a meal for us non-surgical recovery patients. Next I will show him how to make our special macaroni and cheese from scratch.
Last night was the Game of Thrones final episode. SO - SPOILER ALERT - If you haven't seen the end, you might not want to read further. I don't go into a lot of detail but I am going to talk about it some.
The end did not play out like I hoped. I am disappointed. Jon Snow was my very favorite character. I had envisioned that he and Dani would live happily ever after. Umm nope. I thought he'd be a wonderful ruler with heart. Dang dang dang.
The End. :-(
I saw this on Facebook and got a kick out of it. :-)
THE SURGEON JUST CALLED: The mass was cancerous but they took some of the muscle tissue that the tumor had grown into and the cancer had not spread further and she feels they got it all. He needs to heal and in a few months they will schedule a 2nd surgery to remove the rest of the thyroid and lymph nodes.
Thank you for all the supportive comments you left on my last 2 posts. It means so much to us, Dayle reads them too and it's helped him cope. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)