Our festive event today was not actually called "Trinity's Old Folks Luncheon," but it is a cuter title than Trinity's Senior Adult Luncheon. Right?? We were treated to a Thanksgiving meal and it was delicious! Turkey, dressing, green beans, rolls, and desserts. There were a bunch of us old folks enjoying the meal and some… Continue reading 06.03.21 Trinity’s Old Folks Luncheon
Roy's email account, firstname.lastname@example.org, has been closed. Such a small thing but it is just another thing that had to end. We both loved having our own domain and website at rchauvin.com which we used for a few years. That's been gone for a while but Roy's email account still existed as did email@example.com which… Continue reading 06.02.21 Roy’s email address
This Memorial Day, tell your children and your grandchildren about the men and women you may have known that gave their lives for the privilege of this country’s freedom. While COVID still may prevent major gatherings at Memorial Day events, you might be able to visit a local cemetery or National Cemetery to spend some… Continue reading 05.31.21 “Memorial Day: Remember the Fallen,” by Dan Doyle
This week started on Sunday when we went to Sunday School and Worship Service at our church, Trinity Baptist. I'd love to have ya'll join us there on Sundays to learn more about our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Find out what all the fuss is about and how much we love being Christians. I… Continue reading 05.30.21 May 22 – 29, 2021 Church, plants, planting grass, pulling weeds, moving bulbs, Roy’s truck, squirrel sightings, DISC in Covington, low blood sugar, white trellis cleaning, Bennie joins the family, neurologist visit, BUNN tea urns, and floating in the pond!
Thursday Chip and I went to my neurologist's office in Hammond to get the complete testing results. He basically told me the same thing that the neuropsychologist did which is that there has been a significant decline since the last series of tests in 2015. I started to type all of the details from the… Continue reading 05.29.21 Neuropsych testing results
I think I may start writing about my week at the end of each week either on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday. It will help me remember what when on and when! This is a lot of stuff that I'm just now catching up on. I begin every week by saying I'm going to not do… Continue reading 05.23.21 A busy two weeks!
I just finished a week of four doctor visits. Two on Monday in Hammond, one on Thursday in Baton Rouge, and one on Friday in Independence. The first was a visit with my endocrinologist, diabetes doctor Dr. Corey Majors. I would highly recommend him to anyone. He knows I have dementia and tries to take… Continue reading 05.14.21 A week of doctor visits
This story begins with June Woolf receiving a letter from Walmart claiming that her husband was no longer welcome in the store. When she reads over the reasons why it’s no wonder they don’t want him coming in! Reading through the imaginative and mischievous things her husband gets up to in a store made me… Continue reading 05.13.21 Retired Husband
I have a Dexcom G6 which is a small, discreet wearable blood sugar tester that you apply yourself. It lasts up to 10 days monitoring your blood sugar every five minutes. Don't let the every five minutes testing stop you from getting one. Mine doesn't show me the reading unless I check it on my… Continue reading 05.12.21 Dexcom G6, my new blood sugar monitoring system that I wear on my belly!
For those of us who grew up being entertained by Red Skelton, I hope this will remind you of how wonderful he was. Whether you're old or young I think you will enjoy this! RED SKELTON'S RECIPE FOR THE PERFECT MARRIAGE 1. Two times a week we go to a nice restaurant, have a little… Continue reading 05.10.21 RED SKELTON’S RECIPE FOR THE PERFECT MARRIAGE