It is said that the best laid plans can go awry. So it is with the plan I had put together for today.
When I woke around 7:30, I immediately faced one of the worst mornings I have had in awhile. The pain and pressure was intense in my chest. I managed eventually to get my breathing difficulty eased.
With Chooey in tow, I drove across the street to the bank. There was a detour to take Chooey for a ride instead of a direct crossing the street. Once I had withdrawn my bill-paying cash, we crossed the highway to the gas station.
The local power company was working on the electric lines. The gas pumps were not working. Unable to get fuel, I had to return home.
My plan to load my debit card and drive to Terre Haute to pick up my meds for the month had to be shelved. Thankfully, Dad and Susie were on standby to assist.
While the Children of Israel wandered in the Wilderness for 40 years, each day manna fell from the skies to sustain God’s Chosen People. Likewise today, I am slated to receive my first shipment of frozen dinners at no charge to me.
I am not sure if it will be a one-month or three-month supply. I am allocated five meals per week.
Thank you, dear God.
Last evening was one which slammed me to the ground. Not sure if it was the rain, the humidity or what, but my ability to function was greatly impaired.
Today is not much better.
Received a call the other day to schedule an appointment to receive an emergency signal device. We have been playing phone tag.