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Lisa, I don't comment much, but this is worth it. Margaret is everything you say and more, an absolutely wonderful person. Please let her know that our thoughts and prayers are with her and all of you.


Hi Lisa, I'm sorry to hear Margaret is having a hard time. She is one of the most gracious people I've ever met. I will keep her in my thoughts and I hope you keep us posted.


I hate to hear this Lisa. From all you've said about Margaret, I always wished I had met her.
These kinds of things are frightening, not only to her, but also her family.
As long as she still remembers to keep her house clean, her memory problems are still in the early stages. There are a lot of new medicines out on the market today that can help with these problems. I hope they have run a blood test to make sure it isn't just low Potassium levels. My aunt was diagnosed with Alzheimers when in fact, it was low potassium. After they put her on potassium pills, she was just fine!
Be sure they check everything and let us know how she is doing. These kinds of things should not happen to a gracious, gentlewoman.


Hang in there with her, Lisa. It's a bumpy night, but has its rewards.


Just getting caught up. (It's been a bit rough.)

I am sorry to hear your MIL is having trouble with faulty circuits. (A tech geek friend of mine described his father's Alzheimer's that way. It helped him cope. Not sure what his dad thought about it.) I do hope the docs can pinpoint where Margaret's problem is and that it's fixable. ~LA


This is totally off topic, but I wanted to ask if you were following The Richardson trial ( pictured rocks death ) I figured you were being that you love the true crime...

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