My husband has been in UNC Hospital since January 23rd, his 82nd birthday. He doesn't want me telling anyone about it, but since he doesn't know about this blog post - what he doesn't know won't hurt him.
I can't say what is wrong; but I wanted you to know that is why I probably will not write a post anytime soon.
I really hate long hospital stays, either for myself or someone in my family. It takes a lot out of you to sit in a hospital room, day after day.
On a brighter note: I took my first Uber ride today. The car was so clean I almost thought it was brand new, and the guy drove safely, so it was a good ride. It cost a small fortune, though. Too bad I let my driver's license expire isn't it? I need to make an appointment to get my new license, but the DMV offices are so full of people all the time, I will have to wait months to get in there (and probably take a test.)
You might ask: How did you let your license expire? Well, it all started 3+ years ago, when Jim was at Duke hospital for nearly 3 months. I had gotten a new license; the kind with the star that will be required before too long, and I noted that it would expire in 2020. That was the last I ever thought of it, apparently. The only time I had to see my license was when we went to the doctor, and we had to show our photo ID and insurance cards. But I never really looked at the card or read it - so I didn't notice that it expired.
My daughter looked at it a month ago, and discovered it had expired. Subsequently, I went online to our DMV and found out that if your license has expired within the last 2 years, you can get a new one on line. BUT - since I had been such a dummy and let it go for 3 years, I have to go into the office and I will probably have to take a drivers test as well as a written test. I don't know for sure, yet, but I am afraid to ask.
Have you ever let your license expire? Did you have trouble getting it back?