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RE: now update on my dad

Walking always helps me feel better too Theresa. I hope that he will get
better soon. I can't imagine how stressful this must be. This sounds awful
but I'm glad my Dad has married a woman 12 years younger than he is so he
has someone close by to help when he needs it. I would gladly make the
trip, but I confess I have wondered in the past how to be helpful when my
parents get older as I'm not there and now neither is my sister. My mother
has repeatedly said " if I have to go into any kind of nursing home just
shoot me in the head, I'm serious!"  I told her she'd have to shoot herself
as I was not going to jail for her............Aren't we such a loving

It's too hot here to go for a walk. Still close to 90% humidity and it's
probably 93 or so outside. It's awful. Feels like hot soup. I've got the
air set on 78 and it feels wonderful in here compared to outside, but the
dogs are panting like they're about to keel over. ;-)

Andrea H
Beaufort, SC 

> [Original Message]
> From: Theresa -yhoo <tchessie@yahoo.com>
> To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
> Date: 7/2/2005 1:18:23 PM
> Subject: RE: [CHAT] 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
> hoping.
> I'm just got back home again and went immediately for
> a walk.  Good to be outside and moving.
> Theresa
> --- 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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