This is a brief post to let you know that I am currently in radar class at Sea School until Wednesday. It is new to me, and the plots are a challenge. For the first time, I feel like quitting because I am tired. But I know that I will stick it out. Whether I do well or not is okay. I don't want to start quitting something now after so many years of not doing that.
I also leave for an Al-Anon convention on Thursday. I can't even think about that now because I am occupied with the radar class. I will think more about what I have committed to do at the convention on Thursday.
And finally, there is now talk among the doctors and nurses at the nursing home to have Pop be part of the Hospice program. He has declined a lot since visiting my MIL. The head nurse thinks that he has given up. The staff were taking him to meals with the other residents because he needed help feeding himself. They took him for a few days until he went into a rage and raked the dishes to the floor and pulled the tablecloth from the table. He was then taken back to his room. Since then, he hasn't been very responsive.
My wife and I are doing well, coping with all of this. I will be glad to have a less crammed time and less drama. I think that the Al-Anon convention will be a big help with that. Now to just get through another day of school......