Just thought I’d give a little update re Pat’s status from a phone chat we had last week Thursday.
Pat’s a wonderful listener, so I got a lot said.
Not my intention when I made the call.
Of course she asked a lot of questions.
And laughed a lot.
So I figured..Okay. She’s laughing, so I guess she’s feeling fine.
I love it when she laughs.
Her whole face lights up…eyes crinkling at the corners…pearly whites showing from ear to ear.
Pat’s being treated wonderfully by friends and family who feed her and her men.
In addition to a meal of fresh, cooked salmon with a couple of sides, her sister Kathi had brought by homemade chicken noodle soup.
A friend had called asking which of 2 options Pat preferred.
Talk about Chinese take-out.
She chose butternut squash soup and a stir-fried dish.
When speaking of husband Brad, Pat got really animated.
I couldn’t get a word in edgewise.
Not that I needed to…get a word in edgewise, that is.
According to his gushing, eternally grateful wife…BRAD IS SMART!!!
I mean really, really smart.
And believe me…I don’t doubt it.
Pat’s lucky to have her hubby in her corner as she beats the c–p out of c—-r!
Brad researches Pat’s diseases to within an inch of their silly existences.
Armed to the nines, he queries the doctors about the medical hooha he doesn’t quite get as a lay person.
Not only that but Brad can actually remember what he’s learned.
I can regurgitate what I’ve read or heard…to a point.
After that it’s…duh???…memory hiccup.
Then lo and behold.
While we were speaking, Pat’s doorbell rang.
Our Valentine’s Day gift had arrived.
Candy, cards…and MALEFICENT!
We both agreed we’d not been fans of Angelina Jolie since she enticed Brad Pitt away from Jennifer Aniston.
Now…how long ago was that?
Thankfully, Aniston’s garnered well-deserved happiness with fiancee Justin Theroux.
And the Jolie-Pitts have settled in nicely together with a lovely brood of children, and are to be congratulated for their awesome charitable work.
My daughter turned my husband and me on to Maleficent, starring Jolie with a cameo by daughter Vivian as toddler Aurora.
Haven’t heard how Pat liked the DVD, although she was viewing it when a thunderstorm took out the power in her area.
She text me that she could hardly wait til the electricity returned.
Can’t wait to hear how she liked this very unique remake of…SLEEPING BEAUTY.
Pat did say our brother-in-law Dennis was doing well after the stroke he suffered.
To look at him, she said, you’d never know anything extraordinary had happened.
So as far as I could tell…
…it was good news all around.