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on 15-05-2013 at 10:44 PM
Well, today I finally got around to organising for my lovely wall mounted gas heater in the hallway to be disconnected.
I really didn't want to see it go. It gives off such a lovely amount of heat. It is at the bottom of the stairs and in winter it is the only fire we need on most of the time as it seems to warm the whole house.
Anyway, it is an old fire. We had exactly the same type at my childhood home and know that they date back to the late 1970s
on 12-05-2013 at 12:24 AM
Hubby is back to playing bowls for the new season. He had a match today, but it wasn't due to start until 2pm.
He must have been looking forward to it because he was in his bowling gear at 9am! On the plus side, I did manage to convince him to change out of his white shirt until nearer the time, so that it had less chance of getting grubby.
Hubby was checking (and misreading) his watch all morning. He said he wanted to be taken to the bus stop for 12 noon (he isn't
on 04-05-2013 at 08:40 PM
Originally Posted by LynneMcV
on 07-04-2013 at 09:36 PM
My heart missed a beat last night when hubby informed me that he had seen a naked person 'floating in the air' in the back garden while he was sitting at his computer (which is by a large glass patio door leading to the garden).
My immediate thought was that he had taken a sudden downturn and entered the 'hallucinating phase' of dementia without any warning.
Today, in the daylight, he was sitting at his computer again and he pointed to the rough direction of where he
on 06-04-2013 at 12:51 AM
Just time for me to have a little think and to recap on what has been happening lately - something for me to look back at later and say - ah yes, that's when that started.....
Hubby seems to be showing a very slow, yet noticeable, deterioration with his short-term memory - so at this point I am not holding out a lot of hope that the Souvenaid he has been taking for the past month is having much effect. However, having said that, it is early days and I know it will take at least 3-6