Saturday, March 21, 2009, Nashville, TN., 6:17 a.m., D.S.T.~
Wayne here. Wayne Wright. Sorry for not writing in here; been busy. Between going to doctor (or therapy) appointments, raising our family, and working (part time), I just don't have much time for myself.
At least I'm feeling better, on the physical sense. It's been a very long road; it finally looks like that I've reached my destination. It feels so good to be able to earn a living again, seeing all of my co-workers, even my patients. They have all showered me with such love; it gets overwhelming at times!
I wish I could say that things have improved with my sister Audrey and her family; if anything, things between us have gotten a lot worse. Rick and Audrey have decided to stop keeping in touch with me, and it's as if they've disappeared off the face of the earth.
I'm really getting worried. Something is going on, something major, and nobody is telling me anything. I don't like it at all! Looks like I will have to do some heavy-duty praying on their behalf!
I've finally gotten a hold of Louisiana Sandusky, to see if she knew anything about them. No go. She's about as well-informed on the situation as I have been. I do know this much, though: Audrey's sister, Naomi, is moving back to Nashville with her family; maybe I can worm something out of them.
If you want to know anything that's going on, ask Louie Sandusky. Seems that she's the neighborhood news reporter. LOL She knows all, tells all! LOLOLOL
Sarah is enjoying motherhood while I'm at work. I'm enjoying being out of the house, even if it's only for a few days a week instead of the former two days on, two days off, sort of thing. I work anywhere from six to eight hours (depending on the surgery); lately, I've gotten minor cases. The heavy duty stuff is left for someone who's got more health (or strength) than I do.
I'm happy to say the kids are doing well. Emma and Brookie are getting prettier by the day, and Mwugu is still determined for me to have his name changed; he wants to be called Toby instead of Mwugu. He says Mwugu's too weird; he doesn't know any other Mwugus at his school, and it really bothers him, poor guy!
As for Rheese, he's busy being a toddler. He fell the other day after he hit his head on the corner of the coffee table; oh, how he screamed! It scared us; we thought he was seriously hurt; it was nothing more than a bruised up face and two blackened eyes. He looked like he went a few rounds with Muhammed Ali, poor little guy! Even with all his falls and stumbles, he's a pretty resilient kid!
Now that Easter is almost upon us (a week from tomorrow), our church has been busy gearing up for the Easter Cantata. And this weekend (tonight and tomorrow) the Gaither Vocal Band will be joining us for special music. I love the Gaither Vocal Band; they are one of the best groups that gospel music has to offer!
Tonight we are seeing them in concert. I have always wanted to see them but haven't had that opportunity until now. I plan on taking lots of film (and my camera), not to mention, my autograph book, in case I get to meet them afterwards! It is going to be a lot of fun; I should really enjoy it!
Well, gang, I am going to let you go. Gotta eat, take my morning round of meds, get ready for the day, before my wife and kids wake up. I live for these early morning solitudes; there's nothing more than God and me, and I intend on starting the day right! Take care, and may God bless you as much as He's been blessing us! Hope it continues!
P.S.: Just keep Audrey, Rick, and their family in your prayers; pray things are absolved soon! Thanks! Appreciate it!