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    Charl1942 posted:
    Things are no better on this end. I keep plugging along. Last week I had my ailing 90+ year old aunt from Tampa here for three days and nights and she is really really feeble. She also fell while she was here. Thankfully she only bruised her ribcage area. My Mom came for two days and nights while auntie was here, a good time was had by all!!!!! I was so tired when they left I was ready to check into a hotel for a few days.

    Some days I keep wondering whether I can make it. But I keep putting on an act and keep going.

    I am not writing much, but I just wanted to stick my head in the door and say hello. Take care to all.
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