Keeping a sense of humour!

sammyb

Registered User
Sep 19, 2007
126
Nottingham
My laddo came home on Wednesday and it has been right fun and games since. Strops or what?! Potesting about just about everything. If only his vocabulary included an occasional 'yes'. He wouldn't have a wash yesterday nor this morning but he would let me wash his face on both occasions. Amidst the protests this morning he pulled the duvet up round his face and clung on tight. But.....you can't hold tight to the top end of the duvet and the bottom end at the same time can you? He now has clean legs!

Love from Sammyb
 

elaineo2

Registered User
Jul 6, 2007
945
leigh lancashire
Dear sammy,do you want a job with me?We play the same way as you have in the home.It's all taken in good part by the resident by the way!(nearly got myself on the p.o.v.a list then,phew).Making the tasks we have to do a bit of fun can sometimes make a difference to sufferrers,cheer them up and make them smile.good on ya!
love elainex
 

Taffy

Registered User
Apr 15, 2007
1,314
Dear Sammy, I'm glad that you can see the amusing side of things, humour certainly can turn situations around. I hope all goes well. Regards Taffy.