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Colleen - a thousand apologies
Joined: Dec 10, 2005
Posted to Thread #30080 at 6:38 pm on Jan 9, 2018
for me not being in touch since last we met to lunch.
My mom's Parkinson syndrome and dementia took a big turn for the worse in May and all summer I split time with my sisters in helping caring for her in Ann Arbor. Thankfully my dad is adamant about keeping her at home and we are all doing whatever it takes.
They were able to go to Florida this year only because a(n angel of a) woman went to Florida w/ my parents and my father was able to rent her a condo in their development; a 5 min. walk from them. This lovely lady took care of Jerry's father during his last few months with cancer and couldn't have been more caring or supportive (she and a partner run a home health company). I've been going out there every 3 weeks, sometimes even closer together. My sister is there now, just happened to be there when my mom had to be admitted to the hospital with the flu and she was able to spend the nights with her.
Know that I think of you and smile when I see your posts!
Other messages in this thread:
- 30080. Anyone have a grill pan they love? - colleenmomof2 - 7:53pm on 01/08/18 (6)
- A good friend of mine loves hers. I think it is le cruiset. She has 3 picky eaters, and enjoys - barb_b - 11:10pm on 01/08/18
- I have a cast iron pan I got at Target for $11. It does what I need when I want to use it. [NT] - Charley - 12:27pm on 01/09/18
- I too had a le cruset. I never could get it clean and it always smoked when I preheated it. Not my - Janet in NC - 6:29pm on 01/09/18
- Colleen - a thousand apologies - deb-in-MI - 6:38pm on 01/09/18
- I have tried two grill pans, and hated the mess of the fine grease splatter all over my stove - KarenNoCA - 6:55pm on 01/09/18
- I think a good cast iron skillet is the best "grill" pan. I don't really need grill marks. ;o) [NT] - Charley - 6:01pm on 01/13/18