Let them eat fish.

I have just spent I-dunno-how-many minutes talking to The Commander and now she’s talking to the GG and shows no signs of letting up on the talking. This is a good thing! It means she isn’t having trouble breathing. I think “we” have that problem figgered out and I think “we” are the track to manage it… The Comm reads my blahg when she has time. I hope she reads this one.

The Comm spent a few days in the hoosegow a week or so ago for pneumonia and that was kind of a drag but I think we’re [sorta] over that whole thing for now anyway.

The photooo is one that was taken the Sunday *before* The Comm went to the hoosegow for pneumonia. I got a call from FV saying that The Comm had fallen. The Comm is pretty strong about walking but she was futzing around with her computer nebulizer and fell back onto her walker and gashed her head. There was blood everywhere! There was more blood than the [wonderful] nurses at FV could stop. The Comm refused to go to the ER! As luck would have it, a driver was available so that she didn’t have to go via ambulance. (I don’t blame her.) And so she went.

The Comm returned to FV *much* earlier than I expected that night and she had a wonderful time at the ER! Doc Rob was there for one thing. And she had the wonderful nurse in the photooo. When The Comm got back to FV, they called me and said that The Comm had someone take photooos of her bloody head et al via The Comm’s iPhone. Eventually, I managed to get those photoos out of her iPhone.

And yes, a 90-year-old woman (my 90-year-old mother) manages to use an iPhone. Not always easy but she can do it. Moom? You go, girl!

3 Responses to “Let them eat fish.”

  1. Margaret Says:

    Your mom is a very elegant lady. I would love to look like that when I’m 90. (if I make it) And I would LOVE to be able to use(or even afford) an iPhone. 🙂

  2. Kathy Farnell Says:

    Your mom looks wonderful! I suppose one of these days I will join the real world and get a “smart” phone.

  3. Pooh Says:

    Glad to hear that Fran is feeling better.