Thanks for reading my "March" blog -- I always try to add in a bit of humor if I can. Maybe I will print up those suggestions of mine for March and pin it on the refrigerator -- after all, it is at the refrig. that most decisions go astray.
I can only imagine how tired you get trying to cater to a 94-year old mother. My own mom didn't live quite that long, but she made it to 89. After that she began suffering from dementia and had severe stomach problems due to ulcers, so when the time did come it was a blessing.
Old age always seemed somewhere in the future, something I thought I was immune to. On the bright side, I'm sure when some of my stress is relieved and things settle down I will gain a lot of my energy back, I'll just have to learn not to overdo.
Thank you so much for your kind, supportive words on my blog. If you ever need to vent, you can come to me.
Thanks for taking the time to read my blog. It will be nice to have an uninterrupted summer up there, as last year the fire happened on June 30 -- and life has not been the same since.
The part I will like best is getting all the different rooms painted as I want them to be, and then arranging and placing all the little accessories around the room. That to me is the part I love best. It's always kind of a letdown when I've got it all finished and there is nothing to do.