And now may the Lord bless you and keep you.

May the Lord make His face to shine upon you and be gracious unto you.

And may God grant unto you His peace-in your going out and in your coming in,

In your lying down and in your rising up,

In your labor and in your leisure,

In your laughter and in your tears,

Until you come to stand before Jesus

In that day in which there is no sunset and no dawning.


Monday, October 20, 2008


I do not like the rehab facility that DH is in. I am trying to get him moved.

He is not getting his medications in a timely manner and they are lying about what meds he is getting. The housekeeping is bad and a breathing treatment that should last about 1/2 hour is being left on for two or more hours.

DH is definitely lucid! He is aware of what is going around him. However, he still have short term memory loss. I have to make sure that his communication is accurate before I act on it.

This illness may have been a fortunate experience. We have learned a lot about his care and treatment. Also we have learned warning signs and symptoms to be looking for so that this does not happen again.

God is so good to us. He heaps blessings on us when we least expect them.

God bless you and keep you. Please continue to pray for dementia patients, their families and friends and caregivers. Thank you.

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