Living Well with a Bad Diagnosis - Lung Disease

Monday, July 25, 2016

A Shift

We had such a great day together yesterday. After running errands for Michael, we bought groceries then headed home just after noon. The tourists were out in groves. We decided to drive home from the North so we could see the whales while we were driving by. Traffic was nuts and stopped at one point, whales were dancing about, music was on the radio and we just took it all in.

I made a special breakfast for Michael and we had leftover fish tacos for dinner. It was a simple day. At one point, I glanced over at him and he had fallen asleep in his chair. He looked so sweet, young and relaxed and my heart beat a bit faster while I watched him breathe.

It's funny how life plods along then suddenly everything changes. There is a shift somehow. Life changes. It feels like we are right on the edge of one of those shifts. We are waiting to hear from the trust administrators, we are looking forward to seeing William, the Irish Fiddling group seems to be going places, many rehab people have left and new people have joined the class. All potential shifts. I also pray they are positive shifts but sometimes they are not. One would think that as one gets older, life slows down and life lessons are fewer. We have found the opposite to be true.

It should be interesting to see if my instincts are on target.

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