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  2. Glad to hear you are doing so much better and able to get out for a walk. And having all that organizing to do will keep your mind occupied and help the time to fly by until spring arrives.

  3. So happy to hear the worst is about over and you are on the mend. I too ordered some new flour and sugar containers after reading a discussion about old Tupperware.

    Such a shame about the girls dad. Prices for care are ridiculous. I know when my husband had Alz and my daughter and I cared for him I looked into respite care so we could take a break and it was not available or $100 a day with a 10 day minimum.

  4. I can’t wait to see what your 3am brainstorming looks like, once you get everything organized. Sorry about the girls’ dad. That’s so sad!

  5. It is making me ill thinking of whatever we are going to do when we get more infirm…life is already super hard, yet I know for a fact, that there is NO WAY a “care facility” could possibly even feed us in a way we would not be ill from the food. Food allergies are hard. But I have no idea in this world how we can set up staying in place. And I hate this place for the most part, and all my hunting so far have not found a decent place we can afford. LOTS of stuff being built here yet I have seen no sign of handicapped units. Our society has no use for anyone old or handicapped. So I pray we both die at the same time so we won’t need to be in a facility.

  6. So glad you are finally feeling better. I can’t wait until I’m back to 100%. I’m so stuffed up that I can’t smell or taste anything. The fresh air certainly does feel good though. I at least go outside every day to get the mail so I can get some fresh air. I’ve been opening up windows here and there too, to let all the stale air and germs out. Sure makes you appreciate good health and wellness and your “normal” life, doesn’t it?

    So sorry to hear about your ex. That is terribly sad, especially knowing that he doesn’t have good care where he’s at either. I’m sure this is very hard on your daughters.

  7. Brenda, I have been with you for a long time. In fact you was still married living in Texas. I married in 1974 and was divorced 1976. one year and seven months. What a mistake! Then I remarried in 1998 and he died in 2008. e were soul mates and the love of my life. I have been alone more than I have lived with someone. I don’t know why I told you all this. But I too plan to stay in my home until death. And no matter what, you can’t trust anyone. Our world and our country has no morals, no self respect, and not a caring cell in their bodies. What a sad state of affairs…
    Thanks for reading. I Hope your life is blessed abundantly by our Lord Jesus Christ, Amen

  8. Thank goodness for the healing qualities of fresh air and sunshine! Very glad to hear you are getting some reprieve from feeling ill.

  9. I feel for your daughters. End of life is such a wretched thing to deal with. I am glad to hear that you are recovering enough to walk in the fresh air. It’s amazing how something as simple as time in the fresh air can boost your appreciation of life. I also understand how quickly a home can get disorganized. I just returned from a 10-day trip with two suitcases, jewelry organizers, and a makeup case, as my bad back flared up. It’s so much easier to get a fresh cup and plate rather than wash them when your back aches. Things pile up rather quickly! The suitcases are still on the floor, waiting patiently for me.

  10. That’s how the light gets in, beautiful. Sunny with the windows open sounds good to me! Glad you were able to get a walk and are coming out of the fog. You will love all the containers. I was sure you were going to say Ivy got into them last night. Drives me crazy when I am trying to sleep and I have a project swirling in my head keeping me up. Have a great rest of the week.

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