The month of October began with warm temperatures. In an attempt to get to know neighbors better, we “hosted” an happy hour at the ramp next door to the house, and had several neighbors show up. Seemed like everyone had a good time. Perhaps this is something we can continue when weather and schedules allow.
September 23 through October 21 is birthday month for our family, beginning with Kay on September 23, Karyn on October 6, Jenny on October 13, Kayden on October 16, and Ridge on October 21—whew!
In early October, I had a second spinal injection, and followed up with high dose flue and pneumonia injections—not a fun day—and I overdid it as usual, resulting in “quiet” time for the next few days. And then, remember the motorhome issue with the brakes? We finally made arrangements to have it towed to the nearest Ford, and the humongous tow truck hauled it away on October 7. The next day, I was fitted for a new CPAP mask.
Ridge and baby sister Aker visited us for an overnight stay early in the month. We sure enjoy them, and getting on the floor to play is a piece of cake; it is the getting up that is becoming harder and harder!
On October 13 we traveled to Memphis to celebrate Jenny’s birthday, and of course, visit with Harper. She was quite animated, and her vocabulary is increasing everyday.
While there, we went to Costco to shop and have my hearing aids adjusted, and lo and behold if the guy didn’t change receivers, and completely screw up my ability to hear with the hearing aids. I kept telling him that I couldn’t hear out of my left ear, but he seemed not to hear me. We will wait until we get back in the Rio GrandeValley and get them re-adjusted.