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 Welcome to page 3. 07/Mar/13 10:48 AM |  |
 I should explain that my father's condition did not change, just the advice on what was next, either death, hospice, or rehabilitation! 07/Mar/13 10:55 AM |  |
 Sarah, our thoughts & prayers are with you. 07/Mar/13 11:10 AM |  |
 Best wishes, Sarah. I hope all goes well for you and your family. 07/Mar/13 11:16 AM |  |
 Captain J,I've just had a browse through your picture gallery, you've got some good ones there ! 07/Mar/13 11:26 AM |  |
 Kathy,You spoke of the expiration date on the things in the kitchen cupboards.I wonder how many on this site can remember the days BEFORE we had dates on everything. One would have things in the cupboard for ''yonks'', and perhaps only throw them out if the tins got rusty, or the moth grubs were evident !! 07/Mar/13 11:32 AM |  |
 Sarah, hold fast to today's advice, because it is the best, therefore, must be from the wisest Dr. Believe in the power of positive thinking. 07/Mar/13 11:32 AM |  |
 Keith, the craziest thing is that it seems the assessment is from the same doctor, apparently understood differently by the nurses and the social worker, leaving his family totally confused. If not for the bad weather prediction, and hospice arrangers not at work, we might have set hospice in place instead of rehab! 07/Mar/13 12:07 PM |  |
 I read the comments and messages to my mother and she was impressed with the community this site has become, that it can offer comfort among people who are friends without actually knowing each other. 07/Mar/13 12:21 PM |  |
 I agree with you all the way, Sarah.This is an amazing site. 07/Mar/13 12:28 PM |  |
 Now.I will not get excited. I will not get my hopes up. I will not get excited. I will not get my hopes up.It is not working and it is too late anyway. Papers are not signed, but he has all the information the bank asked for and will see us tomorrow. How will I ever get to sleep tonight? 07/Mar/13 12:32 PM |  |
 Good luck, Karen. All my fingers and toes are crossed, not sure how I will manage to cook my dinner tonight with all my digits crossed but will give it a go 07/Mar/13 1:11 PM |  |
 Sarah, a journo who has just passed said in an interview, 'why spoil today by living for tomorrow'. One day at a time will give you pleasure - my dad passed 27 years ago and we lived like that for 8 years - I miss him terribly but have wonderful memories. My thoughts are with you. 07/Mar/13 1:22 PM |  |
 Thanks Mads.Preparing and eating food are so overrated. And it is so much easier to call for delivery. Which hopefully, soon I will be accustomed to again. 07/Mar/13 1:24 PM |  |
 Geez, I can't cross my toes. (You're weird, Mads. )But I wish you good luck also, Karen. Sleep well and prosper... Or something like that. 07/Mar/13 1:25 PM |  |
 Karen, think about the fact that whether you let yourself be all worked up and spend a sleepless night, OR you take 10 deep breaths, exhaling your excitement with each one and sleep like a baby, what winds up happening tomorrow will be the same. I recommend the second option. 07/Mar/13 2:18 PM |  |
 Thus speaketh the site philosopher. 07/Mar/13 2:26 PM |  |
 Sarah, My mother was a hospice patient for close to two years before she passed, and I must say, hospice helped me keep my sanity through the ordeal. I have since become a hospice volunteer and recommend it highly, when the time is right. Too many people wait too long before using hospice. That being said, my prayers and thoughts are with you and your family right now. 07/Mar/13 2:29 PM |  |
 1:48. Good afternoon everyone. 07/Mar/13 2:30 PM |  |
 I may as well grab 100... 07/Mar/13 2:30 PM |  |
 ...and 101 while I'm here! 07/Mar/13 2:30 PM |  |
 Everybody. I enjoyed reading everyone's comments about books. I stick with the paper ones since I'd have to buy a Nook or Ipad, etc. to go electronic. When I had to clear out my parents' home, I couldn't part with some of theirs so moved their bookcases, et al over here. More... 07/Mar/13 2:36 PM |  |
 Sarah - Best of luck with your dad. I'm certainly glad he's going to rehab instead of hospice at this point. Give your mom an extra hug also! 07/Mar/13 2:37 PM |  |
 Karen - Best of luck with the sale of your house. I'm sure you're looking forward to being 'homeless' for a short time while you and your husband find the right new home for your family. 07/Mar/13 2:38 PM |  |
 Chris - Wishing you great speed for your race! 07/Mar/13 2:41 PM |  |
 Kayo - Both your items made me laugh (again) today. 07/Mar/13 2:42 PM |  |
 I'm not sure who came up with the phrase ''sleep like a baby'' but I bet they didn't have one. 07/Mar/13 2:45 PM |  |
 Watch me, Serena. I'm about to do it. 07/Mar/13 2:47 PM |  |
 The snoring might wake up the baby. 07/Mar/13 2:51 PM |  |
 Oh, I think I have calmed down now, maybe. I mentioned, before, the exciting news, I spent the day with 45, 6 and7 year olds, who were not excited to site in the baseball stands for 3 hours. I believe, that shall knock me out, hopefully soon. 07/Mar/13 3:33 PM |  |
 Serena, I believe that silly phrase, 'Sleeping like a baby,' might come from when the baby is sleeping. Hence, well in my case, the million of baby pictures, I have of when my darlings were asleep. I should not complain, my sister is telling Mommy Tales, of how her little darling loves to play More... 07/Mar/13 3:37 PM |  |
 As for the snorer, tonight, the prize goes to Shelby Lou. Poor baby, worked hard today, protecting our belongings, then running around outside, chasing her girl. Since, about 8:30, she has not moved from her pillow, and has been snoring, louder than Man. She did not even get up to help me, put More... 07/Mar/13 3:41 PM |  |
 Good night people of the world. 07/Mar/13 3:59 PM |  |
 Good night, Karen! Did you get the email from HalT? 07/Mar/13 4:49 PM |  |
 Since it has been almost an hour, I suspect Karen is gone. So am I!! Good night. 07/Mar/13 4:49 PM |  |
 Quick hello. Busy day. Collected No 2 daughter from the airport this morning. She has flown in from Brisbane to catch up with a couple of close girlfriends who have come in from out of town. It's a long weekend here, and one of great excitement as Canberra celebrates turning 100. 07/Mar/13 10:33 PM |  |
 Good grief! 07/Mar/13 10:33 PM |  |
 Did Jamie ever break the site! 07/Mar/13 10:33 PM |  |
 Run well tomorrow Chris. 07/Mar/13 10:37 PM |  |
 I'm about to go to bed, and I'm only here because the temptation is too much ...... 07/Mar/13 10:37 PM |  |

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