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im sorry about the job @Helly68 someone will be lucky to have you.Well, if you are still looking at this thread, I didn't get the interview last week. Time to get feedback and then try and move on. More interviews - one tomorrow and one next week so time to put this one behind me and move on.
In other news, I can speak to my Dad's GP by phone, if I get up at sparrow-fart (as my Dad would say) tomorrow and battle with their phone appointment system. Hopefully then I can get a better idea of why the pacemaker is needed and possibly persuade my Dad to have one.
@MaNaAk - hoping the weather improves later this week so we may be able to tackle the pond.
What is it with Torts and bathroom scales? Perhaps the girsl are thinking of taking up a healthy lifestyle?
well done @Helly68 so you will have a job one way or another. could you use a few love lies to get him to accept it especially as you will be working and not has available.Back again for a bit of an update.
I have been offfered a Project Manager role (subject to references) and had another interview today, for a role that I want more (I can never be straightforward....) and am likely to hear about next week. So, hopefully I will have work, which is a relief.
My Dad has been a bit up and down so my sister and I are discussing getting carers, initially to go shopping with him (something he enjoys and wants to keep doing) and do a bit of cleaning, but probably more over time. Now all I have to so is convince him that this is a good idea.
Phone call with the GP next week about the Pacemaker........
my husband has had vascular dementia for 3 years. he asks if there is anything happening because he cant remember if i said something was happening and just wants me to confirm any plans. it might be that for your husband that he cant remember the plans for that day and simply wanting to check just in case.I have total sympathy with your frustration as can see you are very caring.
My husband who is doing extremely well considering he was diagnosed nearl,y 3 years with Alzheimer’s and has other health issues and nearly 90. However, even though his life is full with travel plans, doting daughters, and myself catering to his every need….every day he asks what is happening today as if expecting more. It must be the condition, because it is not possible to have a fuller life than he does, but however hard I try he never seems content. It is frustrating, and depleting.