I was reading over all the posts.
I posted the above because when I went to continue posting, I couldn't - wouldn't let me type, nothting.
Good God woman, I don't even know where to start.
Geeze Louise girlfriend!
Megan is still wih me.
OK, the continuation of my last post is now lost in space, but I think you get my drift.
Kathy, I read your posts & you have got to slow down & not take so much on yourself. I agree w/you about the counselor, your house, your rules & she/he should be baking you on that point. E hopefully will be able to sort everything out & get a better perspective on her life if the counselor is any good. I know she's probably hurting about the broken engagement but she will be able to see it was the best thing someday soon, I hope. E, has to learn that she's a good worthwhile person w/a beautiful baby & she doesn't need any men in her life to make her feel that way. That should also come w/the counscelor.
Mom will leave rehab when she's ready to & w/all this darn snow she's probably better off there for the time being. How did your tests come out for the kidney? Keep thinking about that trip to the islands, you need that total relaxation, you have eanrned it.
How is M doing? Take care of that hand & take care of yourself & if you feel like talking I'm here. (((((Hugs!!!!
Well, an update on my update.
Too bad I'm not closer.....
I hate glass tables they are the biggest danger people have in their homes. I have toldnew parents to get rid of the glass tables as they are breakage risk and kids hit and fall around them to much. If you want that look use acrylic as it doesn't break and isn't a risk. If your Mom loves the look of the glass get either acryilc or plexi to replace the glass. You might talk to her about getting a big ottoman and add a tray to sit things on. Since she is using a walker she might like not haveing that big table to have get around.
I would look int having someone come to the house a few days a week even every day is cheaper then going into a home.
She bought all new living room furniture when she was 80.