Ok, I don't know for sure yet, but I'll tell you anyway, that I think we have finally found a place to live. It's in another "55 and over" community in a beautiful setting that also has some wildlife, and planes for Glenn to watch landing and taking off. It's a much smaller neighborhood and not nearly as plush, but has a very homey feeling, to us anyway. It puts us closer to G'ville and a shorter trip to the local hospital/Dr. offices. We'll know for sure at the beginning of the week.
Glenn feels pretty good these days, (thanks to no treatment for a few weeks). He should be getting it but the glitches with insurance, etc. have continued to put it all on hold. The up-side of it is that he will be able to feel good for Christmas. We don't know how his chemistry is and that makes me uneasy. He hasn't had much swelling at all and when he does he can take a medication to fix it.
Thank you for your continued support, encouragement and prayers.