September 11 2012
We all have images in our minds of you reposing in your bed like a Queen while Ron is hastening around and waiting on you. I thought this morning I would add some bright sunflowers and a white daisy to hasten your recovery. When you start recovering more, I did notice that some of the colors in your fabric stash are not carefully coordinated, with some shades that do not come close to the fabric next to it. I hope you will fix this soon so that the next photo of your fabric stash I see will have a stronger ambience.
I do have some problems with my sisters I will share with you. Judy calls me up one morning and tells me I am grouchy. I was just fine until she informed me of my state. As I insisted I was just fine, she said wait a minute, I'll call you right back. Wait, wait. Then Ann calls. Judy tells me you are grouchy and that I should call and cheer you up. Has anyone ever had more devious sisters? Now I worry continuously about whether I am grouchy and wondering why no one is calling me up any more to cheer me up. Why is this?
We have all had a few issues of late, but mainly we are all thinking of you and holding your hand and postponing giving you a hard time until you are recovered. May your actual recovery be quick, but fake it for awhile so you don't have to do laundry, vacuuming, cleaning, dishes, cooking, etc., etc., for several months. You will be glad you followed this advice. Our best also to your faithful caregiver who has been your lifeline through all of this.
Love from Dwight, who is speaking on behalf of the rest of us also.
P.S., I just remembered, Judy actually told me I was "becoming more difficult." Can you imagine such harsh words coming from your dear sister?