I went to see my dad today because I also had a class to attend on strokes. In that class. I really didn’t learn anything new, just like the one last night but I did get some more information concerning my dad directly. They are not giving him a medical suspension of his license, but they are highly recommending that we enact one ourselves. I do agree with them on that. He is doing a lot better but it looks like we will have to extend the delay at least a couple more weeks.
I know this is not the normal context of a blog post concerning these delays, but it is going to get a little bit better.
Last night I had the strangest dream. That Chad and I were actually on the walk with the two dogs. Now you might not say that’s unusual or strange, but believe me, it was strange. You see it was not just the walking party that made it strange. You see in this dream I was a modern-day wizard. Yes, we are talking about the kind that the spells. And the mission of the walk was to teach the magical way to the people of the US. Athena could talk English while Minerva, could speak Spanish. The funny thing is I don’t speak Spanish. And the first night we had set up camp. Our campsite was invaded by a great hornd Dragon that went by the name of Bob a dominion of’ cats , but his cats there were nothing special about them. Well, I take that back then, too, could speak, but they spoke German. We ended up killing the Dragon and all of his dominions, using popsicle sticks dipped in catch-up. I think the icing on the cake on the bizarreness of that dream was that Minerva was screaming, she has to go party and I woke up to Minerva, barking, asking to go outside to go potty.
Yes, we all times have you strange dreams. I felt I had to share this with you. Just because I could not think of anything else to write about today. Sometimes it’s nice to have a break from reality. From time to time.
We do need your support in any way you can give it to us. We’ve gone over this several times before so I’m not going to speak again, at least in this post.
Have a good day