Monthly Archives: July 2013

July 24, 2013–more confusion

I got a call from WP just after lunch.  Esther was really upset.  She had to pack to go help her folks make the arrangements for her brother’s funeral. She was an only child, raised with three cousins/step siblings.  Oh … Continue reading

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July 21, 2013–Esther is 98 (part 3)

She looked really nice when I picked her up for church this morning.  I was surprised and pleased about the many acknowledgements made of her birthday.  Not only was she mentioned three times in the bulletin, once in the announcements, … Continue reading

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July 19, 2013–Esther is 98 (part 2)

After lunch I took her back to WP so she could get a nap.  Late in the afternoon I got a call from a woman from St. Charles’ Christian Church, where Mother and Father had been members when they lived … Continue reading

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July 19, 2013–Esther is 98! (part 1)

I picked her up a little before noon to go out for pizza.  Al and Karen, the two folks from church who have visited her regularly, were going to meet us.   (note:  her eating has become quite messy both … Continue reading

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July 16, 2013–death in the family

It has been an up and down time. I took her to the Fourth of July concert , which she loved, and had her home for supper.   She was out and about for five hours and did relatively well. … Continue reading

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