A Free Friday
Friday, June 11, 2021
It's 71 degrees at this hour, but the temperature should rise to 103 degrees late this afternoon.
I'm still waiting for my prescription for Carbamazepine to be filled at my pharmacy. In checking the website, it says that it's "In Process". At least it's in the works. Hopefully, I can pick it up later today. I ran out of this prescription last night. I don't want to go through withdrawals as has happened in the past.
I have no other appointments or errands to run today. The only chore I have is to handwash a few dishes.
Today marks the 13th year of my mother's passing. She died as a result of an abdominal aortic aneurism that burst. When she got to the hospital, she was unconscious and was put on life support. My sister asked me what to do. I told her to let her pass. Within a half-hour, she died. It strange, because I didn't grieve after her passing. In fact, I didn't grieve after my father died from heart complications back in 1989. I think it's because I believe that they went to Heaven, to be filled with an eternal joy like none other.
I've been thinking about subscribing to the print edition of the Arizona Republic. I'm already a digital subscriber. I like to read the newspaper, especially the Sunday paper. I'm still thinking about it.
It's going to be a good day.