Mumbles … Revenge

I don’t know what to write and I am not afraid to admit it.  Revenge is the prompt I am working on and I tried many a lame sounding poem.  I am drawing a blank on fiction.  But I can usually babble about anything.  Revenge is not something i have ever really pursued.  I guess I believe what goes around comes around.  It is not my job to “police” others, so I don’t.  So while I feel I can’t really approach revenge with the attention it does (or doesn’t) deserve… I can mumble.

It is now a new year and I hate that I am starting it off still behind.  I had two appointments yesterday so I never had a chance to visit WordPress at all.  But things are progressing with my Dad and we are looking into palliative care.  It should help fill some of the times he is currently by himself and it will provide for a nurse once a week to visit him.

Next week he finally gets to the wound clinic to have the sores on his legs looked at.  With diabetes they are just not healing and I don’t have the medical background to know how to properly care for them.

Our current struggle is trying to get him to wear a cpap mask at night so he doesn’t lose oxygen overnight.  It starts out ok, but maintaining the mask overnight is more difficult.  Hopefully he will one day get used to it.

Now is the time to go to Dad’s for the night.  Last night of my “work week” with him.  And I am looking forward to the time to sleep without interruptions tomorrow night.  I will try my best to catch-up before the end of the month.  Happy blogging everyone!  (((HUGS)))

 

Written for Fandango’s One-Word Challenge (FOWC) – revenge

9 thoughts on “Mumbles … Revenge”

  1. The way I’ve found to get the inspiration for a poem, is to read other people’s posts!

    Feel what the feel, understand what they are trying to say and then write a reply.

    That reply can be the inspiration for your next post.

    Most of my posts over the last three have evolved this way!

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