Yep that's right had a lot of crap thrown at me the last year.
My hubby as some of you know from the RV Group I'm a part of has been sick. He was sick when we went to Branson, MO and didn't partake in most activities. He had been sick before but had seemed to recover. After the trip it just got worse. They say it is Ulcerative Colitis, but I don't know if they are really sure, all I know is for over a year he has had the problem. It got so bad he was in depends cause the flow could not be stopped. He lost 45 pounds in 5 weeks. Finally they had him go to our ER, which is all we have now, they sent him to the Parson's Hospital, about 35 miles away and the fun began. He spent a week there with them not knowing what to do, of course they would not fully admit this, tried all kinds of things, talked about removing the whole colon, that's when I got involved and threw a hissy fit. So they moved him to Wesley Medical Center in Wichita. Now he's a veteran which in some ways can be good or bad. The regular hospitals are afraid to do anything without permission, and the Veterans Hospital in Wichita could not take him because of his condition do to the fact they were in the middle of redoing the area he needed to be in, so they gave permission for Wesley. Even with permission it's an uphill battle. While there he was in ICU for a couple days because they thought he had a heart problem, to be told by the heart specialist they were all full of what was coming out of him and get him back in a regular room. They wanted to put him on Humara, but according to them could not get permission. When he told me that I said we got a special medical delivery at the house and that's what we got, so when they learned that, after spending a month in Wesley, was sent home in horrible condition, with a walker, a truck load of depends, and a car load of medication. Then he couldn't start the treatment for 3 weeks after dismissal because they were waiting on results of his blood test. Really?! They were making sure he didn't have TBl. Again Really! you couldn't figure that out while he spent 4 weeks in your establishment? We are just grateful he was released before all this other crap started going around.
So that's my reason for being away in a nut shell. Not looking for sympathy just letting you know.
Now for the cheerful news. We finally bought a camper, but of course we can't really go anywhere because nothing is open yet. If we could get it in our backyard, have to move some fence for that, we would camp out here. LOL!! As promised here are pictures.
Joshua trying out the top bunk.
It has a really nice sized bathroom.
A little camper warming gift from a friend.
Joshua's shiny red forehead after a 2 hour bike ride.
Joshua's new toy.
So as you can see life isn't all bad.
I hope all of you and your families are healthy. Stay strong and I'll try to be here on a more regular basis.