Monthly Archives: May 2014

May 18, 2014–talent show

Last Thursday was the annual family picnic at Quiet Oaks.  The evening started with a talent show put on by the residents.  Several ladies read parts of the slightly off-color “Alphabet of Aging” (google it), and a small group put … Continue reading

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May 11, 2014–“Mom was here”

Mother’s Day and she was happy.  She said her mom lived very far away, but a few days ago someone had given her a ride over here and they had had a nice chat.  We could not go to her room to … Continue reading

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May 9, 2014–note to me from our friend, Al

I did get to see Esther this morning and found her more coherent than usual. She talked quite a bit and could seem to keep track of what was said. She seems able to hear me reasonably well if we … Continue reading

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May 4, 2014–no singing!

Maybe it’s because I was visiting just after lunch.  The fact that I remembered her hearing aid helped, too, I’m sure.  She was calm, alert and more responsive than usual.  We were sitting on the front porch as several families … Continue reading

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