I was with friends at Ray’s on the River- if your ever in Atlanta or driving through in the spring put it on your bucket list. I think it is a must stop for lunch or dinner- it sits right on the Chattahoochee and the river flows so peacefully. The outside grounds are beautiful any time of the year – but in the Spring the area is just bursting with beauty showing off all the colorful blooms.
At 6:20 my phone rings, I laughed and said-sorry, it must be mom. It was- and I answered and asked if all was okay. She told me that she wanted me to know that they came and took Chuck back to the hospital- and she knew that I would want to know. I told her thanks and that I would call his friend tomorrow to see what was up. She called back 6 minutes later with the same news. She did not call again.
This morning my brother called me to tell me that he went to get her to take her out this morning and she was nowhere to be found. He called her, and she answered- he asked her if she wanted to go for a ride and she declined. She said that she was helping Chuck clean his room. I laughed and told Paul what she had told me 15 hours earlier. So- either Chuck made a miraculous recovery or someone else went to the hospital.
Paul was shocked that she did not want to “get out of jail”- but was happy that she had something more important to do.
I was too.
Peace & Love,