Every once in a while you have to hit a curve ball. Last month my father-in-law, who is 81, had triple bypass surgery. After the operation we moved him into a facility in Lynnwood, Washington call Manor Care. The correct name should be "Manor Could Care Less", but that is a different story.
Last week we finally decided Frank needed to move out of "Manor Could Care Less" so he moved in with us. It has been awesome having him at our home. He loves our 5 kids dearly and shares all kinds of fascinating family history and stories with us. It has been a bit of a disruption from our normal lives but I am of the belief that is what family if for!
I just got a call from my wife while at the office to tell me he isn't feeling well. So she is packing up and taking him to the emergency room. Since it is the end of the day, I am going to go along too. This is not how I had planned to spend my evening but with five kids I have learned to be flexible over the years. I expect to spend the next two or three hours sitting with him in emergency learning more fascinating history and helping him gain the confidence he needs to recover. All I can say is thank god for Medicare. I cannot imagine how families deal with medical ordeals like this without insurance (good insurance) not the kind of care denial that you get from Aetna or United Health. I expected my day and circumstances to be different this time of year but in life as in business, you have to be able to hit a curve ball.
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Art Marine, Branch Manager
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