First stop when we arrived was at Rob's sister's, Delores, as he had to drop something off for his BIL, Daroll. I was very happy to see Delores in person, as it just isn't the same speaking on the phone. I am pretty sure the last time we seen each other was last Fall? when we had dinner together at the Mandarin Restaurant.
We were on such a mission I had forgotten to get a photo of them !! probably Delores was content with the fact that I had.
Next stop was an even quicker surprise visit to my Sister, Donna, who only lives a few blocks away. We also got to see my BIL, Wayne, who sure is not in a good way with the Staph infection he has. I really felt so bad for him, and hope he gets better much sooner then later.
Shopping at Costco had been a whirlwind, or seemed to be for me. Our son, Paul, met us there so we got a brief visit with him as well. Liz is working 12 hour night shifts at the hospital so she was at home sound asleep. Darn I had also forgotten to get a picture of him too. I am loosing my touch.
Next stop had been the St. Jacob's Farmer's Market, which was in and out to get Rob and Uncle Basil some Albert Weber Summer Sausage.
Ha ! Rob had been a bit on the grumpy side today. His sister says what she usually does with grumpy is leaves him in bed. I had a good laugh about that one, but I needed my grumpy to go along with me today. He was just tired, hot and feeling his pain more today after having doing all the fencing on the deck and pressure washing the past couple of days.
Lots of time on the drive down to Kitchener I googled information on Rheumatoid Arthritis. I should not read sometimes as we don't always read what want to hear, do we?
DID YOU KNOW?
- Arthritis is a leading cause of disability in Canada.
- About one out of every 100 Canadians has rheumatoid arthritis (RA). That's about 300,000 Canadians.
- Anyone can get RA at any age, but it most often appears between the ages of 25 and 50.
- RA affects women three times more often than men.