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Thanks everybody. Aunt Virginia is walking short distances on her own; She'll probably transition into assisted living in another week or so.
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Just a bit of sad news from my step mother, Mary. Her step mother Helen just fell again and is in the hospital with her other hip broken. This remarkable lady was at the green house shopping at the age of 102!!!! She also has a head injury as a result of her fall. This lady will need all your prayers.
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On the way George!
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You got 'em from here too George.
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Aunt Virginia has our prayers, and you have my admiration for caring for her. My 87 year old Mother still lives alone in our old farm house (we sold farm and she is renting house). she has been having health problems, including a bad fall that are requiring someone to be with her all the time. I know how wearing that can be. We are making plans to put a mobile behind our house for her to move into in the very near future.
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to restrain the people, it is an instrument for the people to restrain the
government lest it come to dominate our lives and interests." Patrick Henry
My mother broke her hip and had a replacement at 83. After rehab she went home and did well. She passed at 91 from totally unrelated causes. I am sure Aunt Virginia will do very well.
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