The good news is Saving Lou is now an audio book! You can find it on www.amazon.com. Type in Saving Lou and you’ll find it in print, ebook, and audio. It can be downloaded on your phone, tablet, or computer. It’s the story of Lou Dyson who considers himself a failure until a most unlikely person convinces him otherwise. Relive the awe of the 1939 World’s Fair and feel the heat of the South Pacific battles of WWII.
Some more good news is that Stewart has come through hip replacement surgery. This post is very late because I’ve been a bit busy spending time at the hospital and rehab visiting him.
His ordeal has had more ups and downs than San Francisco streets, but he’s in rehab kicking up a fuss to get out and get home. After three surgeries and a dislocation of his new hip, all in two weeks, he’s been through the mill and showed the mill who’s boss. Now he has to learn to use a walker, dress himself without bending over, and a myriad of things we take for granted as we blithely go about our day.
More good news is that he hasn’t had a cigarette in three weeks and, at this point, doesn’t miss it. Being loaded with drugs helps, I’m sure.
The bad news is about a girl named Florence. She’s hot and wild and headed straight for North Carolina. My hope is that I’m far enough inland to only suffer a day or two of rain, but time will tell. Charlie and I are ready to hunker down and wait out the storm. Wish us luck.
Until next time, stay dry and safe.
Quote of the Day: God moves in a mysterious way, His wonders to perform. He plants his footsteps in the sea, and rides upon the storm. William Cowper