Let the Christmas festivities begin!

So we are going to Christmas Eve service in a little while, and then after that we are going to grandmas house for dinner and a gift exchange. Then we are going to our sisters house for a gift exchange and to make cookies for Santa. Then tomorrow morning is Christmas! 🙂

Ray

Update and our day-to-day

So today, we have a very busy day. Our homemaker is coming in about 20 minutes, and then we have therapy at three. After that, we have our holiday dinner for our apartment complex. Our attorney is also supposed to be submitting the appeal to our insurance company today. Hopefully we will be getting a copy of that appeal. I am very afraid about the holiday dinner because my biggest fear is that people will be watching what we eat. Have a good day everyone, and stay safe.
Ray

Sleepless night

So, we had a sleepless night. Maybe it’s because we slept during the day because it feels safer to do that then it does to sleep at night. So, while we’ve been awake tonight, Amelia has cleaned the kitchen, and we have watched the live stream of a game for the blind called a hero’s call. It is an RPG. The internet is down, so there’s that. Thank God for unlimited data. LOL I can’t believe today is New Year’s Eve. It’s hard to believe that tonight at midnight starts the year 2018. A lot has happened in this year including most of it spent in the hospital, but most importantly, we are living on our own now, finally! I think with the help of our caseworker who seems really motivated to help us and with our therapists help, we can continue to live on our own. Not sure if we might have to move to get more support that we need, but if we do, we are up for the challenge. May 2018 be the year of many blessings and things to come. I just want to thank my readers for following and reading my blog. It really means a lot. We have a YouTube channel, and you can find it by going to the YouTube search bar and typing in my multiple life. Please subscribe, like, and share my videos and the channel. Blessings to you all, and have a safe and happy New Years.
ray