First proper visit to see mum :-)

Shakey1961a

Registered User
Nov 7, 2004
111
Southport
Hi All.

Visited Mum this lunchtime for an hour!!!! She was sitting up in a chair very well and I gave her her meal which went down rather fast. She smiled and had a few giggles and was pulling herself forward so she's got some strength there.

It was just a lovely hour and I'm off to see here again soon.

Bliss
 

Shakey1961a

Registered User
Nov 7, 2004
111
Southport
I attempted to see mum for a second time yesterday and this guy stopped me and said to sign the visitors book, which I do eveytime now anyway. He said he'd get someone to escort me up to see mum.

I said it had been ok for me to go up at lunchtime on my own. He replied that he was in the kitchen then and hadn't seen me and that HE was not going to let ME walk around this home unaccompanied!!!!!

This guy has no manegement skills and is just a general workman. Not even a career. Who the hell does he think he's speaking to!!!!

So that made me angry. Still I have made a note of it and will be passing it to the CSCI in due course.

Found Mum a place at another BETTER home!!!!
 

Sheila

Registered User
Oct 23, 2003
2,259
West Sussex
Hi Shakey, just keep your cool love, you have been found not guilty, thats what matters. Sticks and stones etc. Time will be a great healer, what is foremost in the public eye is forgotton tomorrow. Soon you will just be boring old news. Let it go, you've found a better home, now is the time to move forward not dwell on the past and people with small minds who don't know the true story. Love She. XX
 

KarenC

Registered User
Jun 2, 2005
122
Los Angeles, USA
Definitely sounds like a good time to move your mum to a new home; that's great you've found someplace better! I hope that helps you enjoy your time with her when you visit without this cloud of suspicion and animosity that infects the atmosphere at the current place.

Karen