I’m sure it’s never easy moving your parents to assisted living, but it’s more than challenging trying to do it during the pandemic and with a confused mother.
What will you remember about the pandemic? Will you remember how you were feeling each day? It might mean something to future generations.
Here’s an update on my Mom. Not much change but a little more information for you. We’re getting ready to move forward with the long term plan.
What do you do when you are responsible for your 86 year old father and you lose one of his prescriptions? Was it us or the pharmacy? Hmmm.
What are you doing now that you have to stay home? If you’re like me, your days haven’t changed much. Some might find that kind of sad but we’re doing just fine.
It’s easy right now to only think about the bad things going on but it’s important to also to think about what we’re thankful for. There’s a lot if you think about it!!
We’re all facing a lot of change right now. Add that to getting my parents situated after my mom’s brain injury, it’s like dominoes falling. Time to adapt whether we like it or not.
Read more about my mom’s fall and her recovery from a traumatic brain injury. These types of injuries are tough because there’s no set recovery process. It’s one day at a time.
I’m sure you’ve heard the quote – life happens while you’re busy making other plans. It’s so true for me right now. I’m going to be hit and miss with my blogging for a while. Read why.
Haven’t you thought, at least once in your life, about escaping from it all? No responsibilities, no one else around, doing only what you feel like doing? Here’s mine.