We had a scare today. About noon my dad's nurse called and told the family to come to the hospital my dad was "acting different". Hearing, "family come to the hospital shook everyone up, so bad I didn't even think to ask about his vitals. Anyway, we got there and he was not responding, he just had a blank stare and said, "I am dying". Myself, my sister, my mom, brother in law, nephew and Joyce ( our pastor's wife) were all there trying to get him to speak and eat. Well, then a special visitor was invited, Callie his dog and man's best friend. Here are some photo's we took and I am so thankful to have them. My dad is stable now though very weak and no appetite. For now his surgery is a no go..we will be looking for a good nursing home to place him in because my mom just can't take care of him.
We were there all day and so was the dog. How nice Southshore Hospital allowed my dad to have his best canine friend present. Oh, how it perked him up. I have no idea why his condition went so bad so fast just before he was set to have a surgery that could postpone his life at least another 5 to 10 years, only God knows that and I trust His judgement.