Friday, August 08, 2014

Friday - A Spry WW2 Veteran

Friday 8/8/2014 I drove Cyril to the VA to meet a WW2 veteran who had decided, in his 90s, that he wanted to see if he could get some help from the VA healthcare system.
He'd worked all his life and still had a businesscard in case we wanted perhaps some watercolors done, but was living on a modest income on Capitol Hill. Just getting his prescriptions taken care of would be a big deal.
He was a lot of fun.
As I drove around afterwards, I realized that I had been doing evening gymwork at the Y only because it suited Kris' schedule. I really prefer morning exercise. Since Kris' schedule is no longer a factor, I think I'll go back to morning classes, except that I totally enjoy zumba and will keep that. The transition will probably have difficulties, because establishing new habits is always a challenge, but I might as well start now!

Thursday, August 07, 2014

Thursday - On My Own At Last

Kris is taking a couple of weeks of vacation. This may have been mandated by work, or it may have gotten through to her that, as I explained, part of her alcoholism is adherence to the structure of work-exercise-drink. For whatever reason, she's been home the first few days of the week, which didn't mean much since I was out all day doing audits.
Today, however, she's taking the bus to meet her sister and they're driving to meet their mother in Eastern Washington, or somewhere. This means I may have some quiet for a few days.
Thursday 8/7/2014 I picked up Cyril and drove to the VA to help a couple of friends of John Work's apply for the VA Healthcare System. They were thoroughly normal and competent me who just weren't in the habit of filling out forms. We got it done. They were Vietnam veterans ultimately motivated by skin conditions that could well have been the result of Agent Orange.
I wonder how many people out there are like them: qualified for help, but just never got around to filling out the forms for whatever reasons.

Sunday, August 03, 2014

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