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Mojo333

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I try to go once a week to my elderly wrinklys, they do not understand what is going on, and bless them I arrange a shop and then next day want something else!
Oh my stars...same scenario with my father who is in lockdown at assisted living home...my sister has been doing the running...but as soon as she drops off their "necessities" and we also try to explain the state of things.. he needs a few chocolate milks:shrug:
Bless you for seeing about them but do try to keep your store trips to a minimum. They don't understand the risks involved and you are medically vulnerable also.
I also think my dad somewhat loses track of time so has no idea it has only been a day or do since we have dropped things off.

I also wonder, but haven't heard about Fractured...hoping he has done well and adjusted to a new normal.
 

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Hi my friend. Just wondering if you were hanging in there and if there had been any futher scheduling for you on the hip front?
STEAMY is the adjective for the month for my neck of the woods :sigh:

Hope you are not struggling too much with things...:SUNsmile:
 
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Bless you----strange times we are living in! No major surgery going ahead yet, been told not until COVID is well and truly rested will I get the go! My guess is it will be next year, what will be will be but I am fine and really managing very well. Our youngest son is back with his Thai girl friend which is great she is an absolute sweetheart, adores family and loves cooking as well as loving the dogs and garden. When you think of the cultural difference its amazing to see her so very happy with us, she is here until mid September. Really if I’m honest I would like to get the surgery finished and get on recovering too much to do and get on with, trying to carry plants and water is a challenge on crutches--but I am so lucky being able to still do it. Hope you are well and not too bogged down with your charity. Hugsxxx
 

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So glad you have your family to cheer you...
Wish I could say the Food Bank isn't kicking my little tired behind, but oh my stars...I can hardly empathize with all my friends and family on lockdown as I have yet to see a boring day.
We supply lots of seniors and medically vulnerable folk food through home health agencies and these hips are getting a serious workout.
Blessed that they are all good, and will be so happy when you can get in that club, my friend.
Hugs:roseshwr:
 

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