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Originally Posted by Dawnee1418
I have to tell you all my father passed away peacefully at home where he wanted to be. I miss him so much running around after him but I am grateful he is no longer suffering this vile disease & the crippling pain he had been in with the arthritis.
Today at dinner , I suddenly noticed that was wearing his vest over his shirt! Big family dinner so I was busy and failed to notice. And he's lost his jumper again! He just shrugs.
I had put the washing out to dry, only been out about 40 mins. He comes up and says it should be dry I'll bring it in. I stopped him from doing this but 5 mins later he was out there feeling them, I think he got the message that time.
My son and his wife have outgrown their life together and have both moved on in a civilised fashion to newer relationships. We haven't told my husband because of his dementia. But he seems to have absorbed something of the situation in some way....but in his mind he is in the broken partnership, and is very sad that he....and I..... are separating! He's just made a farewell speech, articulate and sad, and has bidden me farewell( his words)
I told him it's a pity he'll be missing
I have had to hide the ladder on the flat roof. Dad wants to go up the 16' hedge to cut it.
Last year I had to pull him out of the hedge 3 times. I no,longer have the strength or energy. It took him weeks. He would get ladder out , put it away get it out cut very little put it a way. Then went hedge surfing, ie puts a board on top of the hedge and climbs of ladder on to it.
See photo. Yes that's right 93 in this photo 15' up off the ladder.
I then had a problem, he'd taken a
Updated 25-06-2015 at 10:50 PM by Ginnykk5
Originally Posted by Margaret79
And last but not least soggy sheep in the rain. Am back off to join the party now
That's one of life's great mysteries. When sheep stand out in the rain, why don't they shrink?!