Monthly Archives: July 2013

Even though she denies it

An is getting better. She’s been in the hospital a week, and with regular nutritious meals, she has put on 1.2kgs. I told Wing she looked like she has put a bit of weight on. I was right. She now … Continue reading

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Group meeting

Definitely not the funnest thing to attend, but very necessary. Without going into details: Prognosis good. An is already having a small measure of improvement. Nothing to write home about, and (No, An) not enough that she will be allowed … Continue reading

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Funny the things you read on “thar interwebs”

I’ve been watching Carl Sagan’s “COSMOS”. I thought it would be great if I could find it as an audio book. I looked, and could only find two Sagan books, neither of which were “COSMOS”. What I found funny was … Continue reading

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Translating her comments

Wing visited his mom last night, and we have translated what she meant about the hospital staff not treating her well.  The carers/nurses who don’t allow her to sit in her room refusing to eat, and walk her to the dining room … Continue reading

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Working on some of my herb plants

What I thought was dirt on my sage plant,  tossed up by the recent rain, turned out to be white aphid type insects. The poor plant is infested with them.  Just spent about an hour  rummaging around for plant pots, … Continue reading

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It was like the twilight zone

Visited Wing ‘s mom at the hospital.  It was surreal, bordering on bizarre. First she insisted we had been waiting for a long time. No, we had only gotten there. Then it got odd. She insists the place is filthy. The … Continue reading

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Kind of knew this was where we were headed

Mom-in-law is in the hospital. The psychiatrist and psychiatric nurse looked at her, spoke to her for about a minute, and they gently, yet firmly escorted her to the car and transported her to the hospital for immediate admission. She’s … Continue reading

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