The best news of the week is that Seth is going to be a counselor in their bishopric. I don’t know if it’s first or second–Sharon didn’t say. We’ll be watching their meeting on zoom later this morning, and then we’ll know. Jerry and Juanita and Lucinda flew to Maryland so Jerry can ordain Seth a high priest. I know he’ll do a wonderful job in this calling, because of his great spirit and his compassion for people. We’re really proud of him.
And Bentley is a trainer! I’m sure he’ll be great at this. He and his new trainee are working hard and teaching people and having wonderful time. Go, Bentley!
I’m still having a lot of trouble breathing, and various things are being ruled out, but I don’t have any answers yet. It’s not asthma, because the nebulizer didn’t do diddily, and after that I had to take a course of prednisone that didn’t help, either. They sent the CT scan to my radiation doctor, and he said he doesn’t see anything suspicious in the lymph node in my chest, so I won’t be having radiation. That’s great news, but why can’t I breathe? I’m just gasping all the time. They’re trying to get me in to a pulmonologist who specializes in lung cancer, but their main guy is booked out really far, and they haven’t been able to contact their other one. I know there are people worse off than me, but I wish I could jump to the head of the line. Meanwhile, I really appreciate your prayers.
Friday afternoon I went to the Heber airport with Dad, where he helped John put his glider together, and helped him take off. Meanwhile there were Laer jets coming and going, and small planes, and an old world war II plane flown by a couple of old coots who looked like something from “Secondhand Lions.” It was all very entertaining, and helped me forget about my bad breathing. I just hung out in the hanger and read for a couple of hours.
Now that the old swingset at the cabin has been demolished, we need to go get the new one. Dad will have to put it together himself, since the directions are the size of a telephone book, and you have to go step by step. Too bad it can’t be a group project. I’m also re-doing the fire pit, and Dad and Donna got the watering system going. There are always wonderful projects at the cabin, and it’s cooler there, now that we’re in this heat wave.
I love you all and hope that summer is off to a great start for all of you. Love, Mom