We had a wonderful church service this morning, beginning with four people being baptized. We had plans to pick up Imazo and Mae to go out for lunch. When we arrived at Imazo's, we had to wait several minutes for her to answer the door. She opened the door, and I immediately knew that she had not been to church this morning. (The clue was that she was still in her gown and wrapper).
As I entered the house, she headed for the couch and almost fell. She sat back on the couch and was breathing hard. I thought, "oh, my Lord, she is having a stroke or something", so I immediately called 911. After they told me they would dispatch an emergency vehicle, and I hung up, she headed for the bathroom. She was just leaving the bathroom when they came. They took her blood pressure and checked her oxygen level, and she checked out okay. She told them she did not want to go to the hospital emergency, so they sent the ambulance on and then they left (the fire engine emergency vehicle).
She told me that she had been sick and throwing up during the night, and that she was feeling better. I got her some sprite which was all she wanted. Dub decided he would stay there with her while Mae and I went to have lunch. So I left and picked up Mae and we went to Applebee's and had lunch.
I dropped Mae off at her house and went back to Imazo's and brought Dub's lunch to him. Unfortunately, by the time I got back to Imazo's, he had already eaten a bunch of girl scout cookies, and was not really hungry, so the wonderful hamburger and french fries I brought to him went wanting. I guess we will have it for supper after while.
Imazo was lying on the couch when I got back from lunch, and I brought her a damp washcloth and some crackers. She lay there and we chatted awhile about her family growing up, and about her aunts and uncles, her sisters and brother. She is looking forward to seeing some of her family from Ohio over the next little time. Imazo was feeling much better by the time we left around four o'clock.
We are at home now, and I am beginning to tackle the laundry that needs to be done. I am glad that Imazo is feeling better, but will be checking on her soon.
This is Blabbin' Grammy signing off for today. Love to all of you, my readers. Bye for now.