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RE: now update on my dad

He's about the same it seems.  They are working with
him, so we'll see.  Hopefully they are going to remove
the NGtube and place a PEG.  That should at least make
him more comfortable.  I did manage to get a million
more papers signed, got everything done for financial
and medical trustee (at least for local places),
forwarded his mail, made arrangements for rent payment
from his renter, etc.  So- lots accomplished.  Kind of
depressing though not seeing really any change since
Tuesday.  Not that I should have expected it, but was

I'm just got back home again and went immediately for
a walk.  Good to be outside and moving.


--- Donna <gossiper@sbcglobal.net> wrote:

> How's your dad doing?
> Donna
> > 
> > I'm back in Oroville again today- feels like I'm
> on
> > the sun.  It was too hot today!  And of course I
> was
> > in and out of my car a dozen times between the
> > hospital, the bank, the post office, my dad's
> house,
> > back to the bank, etc. etc.  Roasting!  Hope
> tomorrow
> > is cooler.  I watered his trees this evening, and
> all
> > the little bird came flocking to the puddles to
> drink
> > and get wet.  Poor things- they must have been
> > roasting too!
> > 
> > Theresa
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