There was a book that I read,a lot, to our youngest child. This is the exact title, " What do people do all day". It told what the fire person(politically correct for 2018) did all day, the farmer, etc. I decided to document
what I do all day.
12:40 am , help Bob to the bathroom. 2:40 am, help Bob to the bathroom. 4:00 am help Bob to the bathroom. 5 to 6 ish, am, get up and fix coffee in our super duper coffee maker. Bring Bob coffee in bed.Have
a cup, too. 6 through 7 ish am, Find Noodle. Wake up Noodle. Walk Noodle. Fix Noodle his breakfast. Raw beef patty, kibbles, arthritis med, cranberry powder, goat milk , antibiotic. Give him his eye drops. Fix Bob's breakfast. He is losing weight, and
he likes breakfast, so I make it slightly special. I eat,whatever. Shower Bob. Then me.
PM. routine. Go to doc appointments or library, or nothing. Maybe some book keeping or house chores. Take Noodle for a quick pee. Lunch. fIx something
that Bob likes. Nap time. Another Quick pee for Noodle. ( Driveway and back, really quick ) depending on what we did in am. , we will have an adventure out for stimulation. Walk through Walmart, go to library, Myakka State Park. 4 or 5 ish, take Noodle
for a serious walk. Practice violin, read or knit or not. Start dinner. Eat. clean kitchen. Watch TV? Take Noodle for quick pee.Get ready for bed. Oxygen for Bob. Maybe breathing treatment, with inhaler. Twice a week I have a hospice helper come for
two hours so that I can go out. My rule is that I have to leave the house, even if it just to the grocery or Good Will, or Mah Jongg. Sleep between 10 and 11 pm. 12:45 am, start over. Did I leave anything out. It's good to have a schedule. You know just what
to expect, except when it doesn't.