Scrimping and saving, ranting and raving. Past retirement age but still working, permanently knackered. Trying to manage on a reduced wage, looking forward to the next dream.
sorry to hear that, sending positive thoughts. x
Hugs.If you think it's worth trying to get MIL urgent attention, call 111 in front of her (or next room) and tell her that 'They' said she had to go to hospital.I had to do that with father. It's really awful. Sending good vibes. WS xxx
From Margie in Toronto - so sorry to hear this - it's so hard to see a loved one in pain. I have a good friend who is now in the final stages of cancer but we are lucky that she is now in the hospital, being well looked after, and relatively pain free. It's not an easy decision whatever you or she chooses to do - I hope it won't be long now for all your sakes.
Thank you, Lyssa, FIL will overrule MIL if she doesn't feel better soon.
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