He's funny, most of the time uses his sense of humor to diffuse an arguement, treats me like a queen and is just the dearest guy in the world. This same guy who was raised in the country and hates tumbleweeds because they cause trouble with the tractor is the same man who drives slowly along a country road helping me find ones to photograph.
This man is amazing. He was diagnosed with systemic lupus 10 years ago and has fought it tooth and nail. I thought when we retired 3 years ago that he was going to also. No, he said he wanted to keep working. With his career of appliance repair he still tries to accomplish a few calls a day. He likes the challenge, keeping up with his trade, the contact with the outside world, and he truly loves solving a problem and working with his hands. I could go on and on but well, my point is, he's having an awful hard time right now. Much of the time the doctor would have him in the hospital but he feels better at home, resting as he needs to. I love him, it's hard right now. God bless you, Diane