it's too easy for me to say, i'll do that, you sit down, you stay there let me get it,no don't bend over i'll pick it up. in my own way i'm trying to help, saving his energy, or what little of it there is, but am i making him feel redundant?, we have always been a partnership in every way, he worked i brought up the kids, then when he had a stroke 21 yrs ago and couldnt work, i worked. Today dashing out to get the washing in because it was pouring down, he would have always been there helping, now not only can he not 'dash', his pipe doesn't quite reach down the garden. I want to look after him and do things but i don't want to make him feel useless, its a thin line i am supposing.
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