The picture above is of my mother-in-law and our family friend, Joe. My mother-in-law is 99 years old. Joe is 95. We teased her about being an older woman. She laughed.
The two of them get along so well. When I saw Joe he’d always ask about Jim’s Mom and Mom about Joe.This was taken during their latest visit at the end of June.
We’ve gotten to the point when Jim’s Mom is still in the hospital and now we await the next steps. Naturally, she will need to go to a rehabilitation center once she gets out. What happens then depends on an ” official” diagnosis. It is hard when you have a family doctor, are admitted into an emergency room, and all of a sudden there are 7 doctors , more or less, moving in and out on you.
And so, we wait. Please keep prayers and good mojo sending toward Jim’s Mom’s way.
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Sending big prayers Marian. These transitions can be tough. And caregiving is tough. Praying for her health and comfort. God bless you 💖💕💖
💜Don’t you and I know it, Sue! Love you ❤️