It is exceedingly difficult, but day-by-day it gets a little less difficult. I do visit Mom and Dad daily, and am glad they're close enough for me to do that.
Dad's being obstinant about physical therapy and speech thereapy, but he NEEDS them, so just laid it out for him . . . I know he wants to be able to do more for himself, and the only way that will happen is w/the therapies. He appeared to hear my msg. We shall see.
It's not easy seeing what needs to be done, but the "patient" doesn't see it. **SIGH**
Making sure to get my daily walks in, though, to stay clear-headed. I know you are doing things for YOU to do the same!
Impressive! Our home PC is sold old we can't...the hubs resists replacing the olllllld Dell. All our newer stuff has been Apple. Talk about huge learning curve... I took several of their classes and I love cloud storage and sharing. Slowly but surely the technology talons grow stronger...
Giiiirl, where are you? Are you trying so hard to behave that you tripped yourself up? I hope not and that all is well, or reasonably so. Omaha is covered in ice, so I am using this time to chase away dust bunnies, organize a few Christmas casualties...like closets. Not much fun, but necessary. Clearing out does wonders for the mojo in this place. Take care of you, chica!
I hope you're right ("Young & dumb") - Lord knows I certainly was!!! I just wish I could shake this lingering sense of doom - is it just my own innate pessimism or something worse?!? 8 days ago