Monthly Archives: August 2017

August 8, 2017

Elderly Mothers and Their Religious Beliefs

I attribute her attitude to arrogance. Sunday after breakfast I decided Mom needed to get out of her room more. She has remained cooped up in her apartment getting out only for meals and an occasional 2 pm Ice Cream Social in the parlor. I suggested, perhaps a trifle forcefully, that she should go to […]

August 5, 2017

Elderly Mothers: Comings and Goings

I see a new face or two in the dining room almost every week, some happy, some sad. They hesitate at the entrance, unsure of where to sit. It is true that there is no assigned seating, but Heaven forfend, that someone should sit in a seat occupied by one of the long-timers. It is […]

August 3, 2017

Elderly Mothers and their Relatives

There are a lot of us visiting our relatives @CarriageInn. It is always a surprise to me to see who is here. We are a quiet sub-group of our society—those with elderly parents who can’t keep our loved ones at home. All of us coming or going through the halls, greeting each other with wintry […]

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