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Re: humor-the best medicine

In a message dated 6/28/05 11:04:57 PM, tchessie@comcast.net writes:

<<  I'll just be happy if he is able to regain his 
swallow reflect so that he can eat! (and I know he wants the stupid 
feeding tube out too). >>

Ohh, Theresa, that is so hard.  How far away will you be from his selected 
home and can he get in?  Here your name would go on a waiting list most likely.  
It is so difficult to leave them in a new home, strange care takers, new 
rules, new schedules.  So unlike their own homes. It certainly helps if they make 
the selection.  My dad adjusted better than my mom.  She would go everyday and 
my husband or I would go every evening to help him with  his dinner.

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