Slept in this morning, Donna had just left for the truck company at 05:30Am when I awoke, asleep at my side on Donna’s side of the bed was Rigg’s snoring away, he is a contact dog so having his 100lbs next to you is the same as having your wife’s 115lbs, so I never knew she got up and left. Of course the minute I got up he jumped down and was waiting in front of the pantry where his food is kept for me to put his daily ration in his dish, he will nibble it on and off until Sadie gets up and then to keep her away he will finish it.
I want to Welcome our 139th follower RUSS KRECKLOW & DONNA K. they have a great blog called Travels in Therapy that we have been following for some time. Russ & Donna we enjoy your travels even though like us you haven’t gone full time.You have been lucky to meet up with some great bloggers, Donna & I are hoping to get a spot for a short stay at Desert Sands,next winter so maybe we can all be there around the same time. You are welcome anytime here at the Weeb Ranch and I hope you enjoy reading about life here and when we do get to make a road trip, hopefully soon now the the fiver is repaired and roadworthy.
Nicole is home today she was sick last night and then again this morning, Andy and Samantha had to go out today, so Grandpa is the pediatrics nurse while her Mom is out. Donna will be home in about and hour and can take over.
Went to my Doctor’s office this morning to get the paper work done so I can get a parking permit for the handicapped spots. I have delayed this for a long time especially with Donna’s CPAP and now my Peripheral Neuropathy is getting worse. I see so many people half my age with no visible defects parking in those spots and I always felt that they should be available for someone who is really in need of them, like veterans missing legs, When I went for my appointment last Friday I asked the Doctor what he thought and said he was surprised I hadn’t asked for one a long time ago for Donna especially when we have 100 degree weather and her breathing is more difficult. He also confirmed that my feet were slowly getting worse and prescribed a drug, when Donna went to get it filled the pharmacist told her our insurance didn’t cover it and it was $250 for a months supply 60 pills, I told her no, I can stand the pain for awhile since we really can’t afford that much more on our medication expenses. I asked the girls at the office to tell my Doctor and see if there is something else I can take. He wasn’t in today so they will mail me the paperwork to take to the license office and call me if the prescription can be changed.
Rigg’s is also on nurse duty and won’t leave Nicoles side unless when goes in her bedroom for a nap she shuts the door to keep him out, she keeps her candy stash and dolls in there and if she leaves the door open Rigg’s will sneak in and steal a Barbie to play with or candy if can sniff it out. Last time he he got a doll the head came off and Nicole was in tears until Grandpa performed emergency doll surgery and managed to get the head back on. Needless to say Rigg’s was in trouble again. But she has forgiven him and likes it that he watched over her when she is sick.
I stopped at Rallo’s Italian Meat Market on the way home and got some of the good really fresh ground beef he has. and some buns, and also a couple of his frozen pizza’s. Tonight I think we will have Hamburgers, scalloped potatoes and a vegetable. The burgers are just great with that ground beef, just like a bar’s grease burgers, really juicy and tasty.Better quit here, I ‘m making myself hungry just typing about it. Hey hope all is well with our blog family, and from the Old Sarge. Be Safe Out There. Sam & Donna……