The caregiving for my Uncle fell upon my mother. He did not want the family to provide hands-on care, so he made sure to have a live-in home health aide. The logistical and legal aspects of care and his estate were still significant.
After his passing, I went with my mother to help clear out the home he’d lived in for over 25 years.
His home was always meticulous, so it was odd to see things that didn’t belong.
The TV captures his personality so well.
Even retirement communities don’t design space for mobility devices.
You can die at home, but rarely in your own bed.
Meticulously kept records of his daily status.
My uncle was a very frugal man. These pencil stubs made us all laugh.
I suspect these ingredients are left from before my Aunt died…when I was in elementary school.
Great article Cori. I appreciate it because I saw so much of it.