Lolo was wheezing all night. He has a chest cold. I didn't get much sleep either, but by morning he was improved.
Mass at 530 was half empty since all the younger folks went to the Simbang gabi mass at 4 am (we met them leaving church and going to the town square to buy snacks and socialize). Usually it is packed with those who have to go to work early.
I doubt Lolo will be strong enough to get to church for Christmas.
Emie is holding supper on Christmas eve before Noche Buena mass, and Angi will hold supper on Christmas evening. I'm not sure what we will do for presents.
Ruby has a big dance at her church youth group today.
Joy twisted her knee.
Her sister has finished her first course of experimental biological therapy for cancer, and it's not working so far. She started a new problem, becoming short of breath so I suggested she be checked for pleural effusion. Keep her and her family in your prayers.
Chano was out all night partying. Sigh.
The small cat who sleeps on our bed seems to be expecting kittens.
The pastor who holds a youth church in our meeting room gave us a nice fleece blanket for Christmas. It does get a bit chilly here in winter (january to march).