1. snuffyuk

    snuffyuk Registered User

    Jul 8, 2004
    188
    Near Bristol
    Hello to all

    I posted some time ago and I see I have some wonderful PMs. My then computer is now suffering "terminal illness". All is gone.
    Thankyou to all who have written since my absence all appreciated.
    Things for me have not changed and maybe somewhat worse. My pacience(spelling) is wearing thinner and thinner. My personal circumstances do not help "one jot"
    Thanks again to all
    regards
    snuffyuk
     
  2. Sheila

    Sheila Registered User

    Oct 23, 2003
    2,259
    West Sussex
    Hi there Snuffy, lovely to hear from you. Fill us in with all your news when you can. Sorry to hear your PC is ill, hope you can get it fixed. My spelling is pretty awful too so don't worry about that, just post! If you are still struggling as you were when you used to post, then it's no wonder your patience is thin at imes, whose wouldn't be with the load we carers have. Post again soon, love She. XX :)
     
  3. storm

    storm Registered User

    Aug 10, 2004
    269
    notts
    Hi snuffy,snelling oh i mean spelling see that doesnt matter a jot or i would have been chucked months ago,just hang in there someone is always here thinking of you. storm
     
  4. Norman

    Norman Registered User

    Oct 9, 2003
    4,348
    Birmingham Hades
    Missed you Snuffy.
    How are you sending if your PC is dead?
    Can you send on someone elses?
    Keep posting
    Best wishes
    Norman :confused:
     
  5. Brucie

    Brucie Registered User

    Jan 31, 2004
    12,413
    near London
    Hi Snuffy

    we're all part of a weird jigsaw here on TP and without you we are a piece short. Every piece in a jigsaw is important because only when all are there together do we see a full picture, so please do keep posting when you can find a PC to use!

    Best wishes
     
  6. Jude

    Jude Registered User

    Dear Snuffy,

    I was wondering how you were only a couple of days' ago! Sorry to hear that things are still difficult. Do post if you have any problems that we can help you with.

    Best wishes.

    Jude
     
  7. connie

    connie Registered User

    Mar 7, 2004
    9,519
    Frinton-on-Sea
    Snuffy - hang on in there. Thinking of you, Connie
     
  8. snuffyuk

    snuffyuk Registered User

    Jul 8, 2004
    188
    Near Bristol
    Thankyou so much for all your messages.
    Things are getting worse rather than better but I guess that is the name of the game.
    My mum goes to an Alzheimers day care for 3 days a week. After a "sticky" start she now enjoys it.
    When she is at home she is somewhat demanding + attitude! Sometimes it is like having a 3 yr old in the house.
    I have been sleeping on a camp bed near to mum for 2 years now. Most nights is OK but some early mornings I am woken by the noise of the cammode being moved to its day place (bang bang bang) and then there is the talk with an immaginary person or pet in the room. this morning i asked her to go back to bed at 6 am. I did not sleep and when I went into her room at 7am she was lying in bed fully clothed. This was a morning when Daycare come in at8.30. to help wash and dressed.
    Mum has developed an annoying "chuckle/giggle". Whatever the circumstances this happens and "drives me mad"
    Sorry. I could write reams and reams but don't want to bore.
    snuffy uk
     
  9. barraf

    barraf Registered User

    Mar 27, 2004
    308
    Huddersfield
    Dear Snuffy

    Nice to have you back.

    You are not a bore, the beauty of TP is that you can let off steam (so neccesary for a carer) and all of us not only understand, but sympathize, we have all been there or we are on our way there.

    Don't hesitate to get it down on (I was going to say paper) screen and relieve the pressure.

    Cheers Barraf
     
  10. Sheila

    Sheila Registered User

    Oct 23, 2003
    2,259
    West Sussex
    Dear Snuffy, your post sounds just like the things we used to do. One morning, Mum got up and was dressed really early, when I went in to her she was trying to get a pair of knickers on, "these are too small" she said, "they wont go round me." I took a peek, the reason was, she had five pairs on! Luckily we both saw the funny side, but it's not always easy is it? I can sympathise totally and don't you worry about boring us, you won't, because we all see a bit of our own situation in each others. That's why we can share moments and cheer each other. Please keep posting, it's really good to see you back. Love She. XX :)
     
  11. gemini

    gemini Registered User

    Sep 8, 2003
    69
    Nottingham
    Hi Snuffy

    I'm glad to hear that your absence was due to nothing more than a PC problem..... I must admit that you had me worried for a while... (after the thread you posted in November) Thanks for the reply to my PM. I must admit that this new web site layout has thrown me a bit.... I'm still trying to get to grips with all the changes. I often think that talking is by far the best release, but if this is not possible then where do you turn???? Answer: Talking point and PM's......Try and hang on in there...... It ain't easy.... I know.....!!!

    Nice to hear from you and keep posting

    Regards
    Gemini
     

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