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OK, so (as per my routine) I turned the one-nighter in the hospital into a two-nighter, but at least I have my j-tube! So far, I am enjoying tube feeding (yes, you read that right, enjoying). It is monumentally easier, … Continue reading
Well, we’re on the schedule for surgery: Tuesday, February 7, I will have a “feeding jejunostomy” (j-tube) placed. It’s only a one-night hospital stay, and all the learning about this new mode will take place at home. It can’t be … Continue reading
The weathered Winter hard resists
Symphonic Spring of movements brusque;
Thund’rous moments, downpours, mists
In ostenato, until dusk
For God alone my soul waits in silence, for my hope is from Him.
Did I know you?
It’s hard to say…
I have no yesterday, no tomorrow
No just-a-moment-ago, or in-a-second
I guess I’ll need to move sooner or later.
Don’t know which way.
Sleeping soundly in the balmy bed of
Big Brother’s palm.
Wide awake (for once) determined to learn
texts, pencils, fresh sheets of paper, shamelessly sheer
anticipating that long-awaited Mark.