Well I got S home safe and sound! Oh, the stress and strain of trying to keep him safe for the last two months have been hard! Least now I know, if he falls, I know what to do, I will have my daughter and sister around to help. S's son is close by, useless, but close!!!
The journey went well, followed the same policy as going out, was very pro-active with S, made sure he had everything, toilet visits at quiet times, so I was able to relax, therefore, don't feel too bad today!
It was heartbreaking, saying goodbye to family that we finally got to know, living in South Africa. We will miss the place, hopefully the sale will happen soon, so it will be another worry off my back!
Been to see my mother, who has Alzheimer's, got put in a home while I was away, the difference was incredible. Her hair, that made her look like the wild woman of Borneo, is now clean, shiny and wavy. It's surprising what food can do for someone! One less thing to concern me.
Our new bathroom will certainly make a huge difference to S, nearly finished, only the grab rails and mirror to put in. Looks good, well, once I have cleaned the place, you could write your name in the dust around the house (yes, my cleaner has been in, while I have been away!!!). Just got to decide how to accessorise it, colour of towels etc and fill the cupboards and I will be pleased with the room!
So all in all, not a bad start to the first day of the rest of my life!!!
Lots of love