If I can just say Hello to those who follow my blog, here I am. Each day is busy and full, with what it takes to shower, dress, and to keep up with details as I go along. My husband and I manage to live on our own, at ages 94 and 93. He has hung in there well with increasing memory loss, but we depend on each other for so very much.; Neither of us could go on here alone. We have some help. Not much so far. Say Hello to me ?

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  1. Martin Ensbury
    Posted MonAmerica/Denver12000America/DenverMon, 18 Dec 2017 19:50:29 +0000, C-0600 1513626629thPM at 7:50 pm | Permalink | Reply

    I am proud to be a part of your lives’. I am in awe of your years. Your special gift is a legacy to you.
    You touch so many. Kindest regards from UK. Martin.

  2. Posted MonAmerica/Denver12000America/DenverMon, 18 Dec 2017 23:59:12 +0000, C-0600 1513641552thPM at 11:59 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Martin, I will reread the comments we wrote to each other when I posted something quite some time back. I have appreciated your friendship. I remember you starting a business with your creative crafts.

    I still write something now and then, if it is in response to another. It just pours out of a whole to be said, with no editing. But, it happens less and less, and is never much premeditated. Rather it is new to me, and a surprise.

    My husband Art is hanging in there, but has lost so much ability to concentrate or think, but especially to remember. I do not write of it where he will read it. We do just call it “old age” as our Dr. has suggested,with no diagnosis. But, we are 94 and 93 now. And this memory loss did start more years ago than was realized.

    Our youngest son is 64, not retired, but his R&D Lab was closed down by Carrier, with only 9 employees still running it. He did the testing, and “jerry built” the test equipment, with several patents along the way. His last work day was Sept 28, but only today did he complete getting his mobile home empty and cleaned, but it has been shown for sale for a couple of months. already. It would be nice if it sells promptly.

    He is moving in here,and we need him here, and are fortunate that he wants to be with us. But, Art does not understand what is going on. Yet, it is as it seems best in how it is working out.

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