Wednesday, February 22, 2017

On Being thankful...

This is going to seem to be a crazy 'thankful' post once you have read it all.  First, let me say that I am really thankful that spring is near.  We have enjoyed shirt sleeve weather here this week.

Linking to Thankful Thursday
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I am really thankful to still have Roger here with me.  He started out having a good week, but yesterday evening he started feeling weird.  He did not say anything till he went to bed...so I took his blood pressure.  It was okay.

This morning he got up and still felt the same.  Every morn he wants to go to Hardee's or McDonald's for coffee and a breakfast sandwich.  It is seldom that we don't go somewhere of the morn...we maybe stay home once a week.  Anyway, I told him I planned to stay home...but in a little bit he asked me if we could go...that he just needed to be out and be around people.  So we went.  I know that he can feel a bit normal out like that.  Where everyone is just sitting, enjoying a little break.

He felt weird all day till late this evening and he felt better for a while, but is back now to feeling weird.

We have been doing a lot of other stuff, so don't know if that has run him down...it did not seem to at the time, but maybe it all caught up with him.  It is just so hard to see him feel like this.   And very hard for me to blog and do anything normal...but I keep making myself. 

17 comments:

Mildred said...

Hi Rose, I am sorry Roger is not feeling well. I know you are concerned. I'll be praying for you both. Sending my love.

Denise inVA said...

I am so sorry Rose, very worrying for you. I am also keeping you in my prayers and I hope Roger feels much better in the morning.

Ruth Hiebert said...

Sorry to hear that Roger is not feeling well.

Barbara said...

Asking the Lord's comfort and peace for you. You have beautiful photography.

Ginny Hartzler said...

I am so sorry. It is good his blood pressure is alright though. Maybe it will pass after a good night's sleep. I think you are right to continue with your normal routine. I will say a prayer for him tonight, Rose.

Tom said...

...I hope that his days get better!

Hootin' ♥ Anni said...

Life can be rewarding AND confusing...I completely understand your thoughts.

Sandra said...

It is so hard to know what to do when someone says they feel weird because there is no way to know what they feel. I have even had weird feelings and could not describe how I felt. I hope this is something that will pass and today he back to his normal self.. prayers and hugs and keep posting and we will lift you up with hugs and pryaer

eileeninmd said...

Hello, Rose! Pretty plant. I hope your Roger is feeling back to normal soon. I will keep you both in my prayers. Enjoy your day and the weekend ahead!

Patsy said...

You and Roger are still on my prayer list.
It is hard to see our husbands feel that way and
constantly checking their every move,hard on the nerves.

Small City Scenes said...

Ah Rose it is very worrisome when you know something isn't right but it doesn't seem too too wrong. I hope roger is getting better and the weird feeling will just go away. Be strong and be steady----you are Roger's rock. Roll back and think of running in the hills again and even you will feel better. Oh dear I am rambling again.
Take care
MB

Karen @ away for the weekend said...

I hope Roger is feeling better soon - I can understand how worried you must feel. It's great that he enjoys getting out.

Michelle said...

Prayers for you, Rose. I know this is a hard time. Keep the faith.

newenglandgardenandthread said...

While visiting here in SC, there is a gentleman who is quite ill and his wife is his caretaker. Both of those roles require great strength. Prayers to both of you.

Cat Lover said...

It is so hard to watch a loved one not feeling well. Men tend to be so stoic and not want to say anything. I hope Roger is feeling better soon.

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

Boy, I know exactly what you mean. But my Terry has a way of describing how he feels that you totally cannot understand how he is feeling. It's maddening because you don't know if you should be worried or not. I go for the BP first then go from there. Keep our chin up!! Weird is not always wrong.
xx, Carol

Bonny Bonafilla said...

I hope Roger is feeling better and that some glorious spring weather is just around the corner for all of us. I understand how he enjoys going out for breakfast and chilling in a cafe. I often feel the better of an hour or two spent sipping coffees in my local wifi-powered coffee shop. I get so much done and sometimes it's good to have other people near even if you don't want to get too involved with them. All the best, Bonny

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