When we left my grandmother last night, I kissed her and told her, “We’re leaving you in good hands. Don’t go anywhere; we’ll see you tomorrow.”
But she couldn’t wait.
She had a Valentine’s date with her husband and needed to put on her wings.
Agnes Richard was 92 years old. She is survived by […]
Grandma’s condition deteriorated rapidly in the last 24 hours. When we left her last night, she was talking to us and everything seemed normal. Now, she doesn’t even know we’re there. We can’t believe how fast everything changed.
We don’t expect her to make it through the week.
Last night, before we left her, she […]
When I was having my little emotional meltdown Saturday night, Mom kept telling me that, even when we’re overwhelmed with Grandma, we shouldn’t complain about my uncle because she doesn’t really want his help; he’ll let Grandma do whatever she wants rather than insisting on what she needs, which causes more problems than it solves. […]
By some miracle, Grandma made it through the holidays. She’s definitely looking worse — Mom’s been having a lot of trouble coaxing her out of bed the past couple of days. But she seemed to enjoy Christmas, and we never expected her to make it this long, so we’re not complaining. You have to be […]
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