Monthly Archives: July 2016

Busta Move

I don’t get it- day after day, night after sleepless night, I bust my ass taking care of my grandfather’s every whim. If he needs a drink, kleenex, snack, meal, shower, comb, clothing, walk- I am there- at all hours of … Continue reading

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Kryptonite

My daughter must see the camp photographer and run like the wind so she doesn’t lose her indestructible powers. Either that, or she’s gone missing from the camp.  

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A Hickey From Kenickie

The other day I went with a group of mothers to see the debut of Bad Moms. It was the first evening in a long time that my friend in charge, had been out; she wanted to party! In fact, … Continue reading

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Do You See What I See?

While roaming the halls without my glasses and seeking my Dealer’s office, I saw and heard the fire alarm- along with the loud speaker saying, “Attention residents- there’s been an emergency.” So, like any rational person, I found the door to her … Continue reading

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You Still Got It

This evening, the phone rang and my tenant was talking to his other grandchild. They were shooting the shit, and from our end of the conversation, he sounded 100% with it. When the conversation was coming to a lull, I … Continue reading

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Murphy’s Law

Last night, I had no choice but to video tape my grandfather on loop, so that we could rule out the sane one. Unfortunately, my iPhone was so far from him, that he can’t be heard! When I decided to get … Continue reading

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There Were Six In The Bed

I know I am a lazy mom- after all, I had my children older than the last generation. And it was just too consuming of whatever stamina I had left, to walk the halls all hours of the night to … Continue reading

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Wheel Of Fortune

You know the drill, Jeopardy comes on first, and then Pat and Vanna. I never watched this show- it was too… Neasery for me. But this evening, due to my lethargy, I am watching this crap. And it is so … Continue reading

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The Bare Necessities

Since I am having this rare opportunity to watch a loved one decline daily before my very own eyes, I am also being exposed to the next step. I’m not talking about the home… and talking about the eternal resting place. … Continue reading

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Look Away From The Light

I really have never seen anyone grow old before- you see, my grandmother died when she was 65 from lung cancer and my other grandparents lived in Florida. When my other grandmother was dying, I went to her home and … Continue reading

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