vince wrote:I hate illnesses like those, its so unfair
It is Vince The most terrible thing that can happen. When she barely knows her husband of 66 years and has no clue who her children and grand children are, it's just about the biggest tragedy there is. Physically she is as fit as a fiddle.
After a lot of work and speaking to a some incredibly helpful and understanding people, we got Mum into respite care in a hospital that specialises in dementia and Altzheimers where she'll say for a few weeks whilst Dad gets back on his feet and Mum will be assessed to determine her longer-term needs; we're not expecting her to return home.
Dad found it very odd last night and after several years of broken sleep, predictably he did not sleep well at all last night. I know that well from being a Dad. Our Robyn did not sleep through the night until she was 18 months old and even when she did start to sleep through we still woke up regularly, worried that she had not woken
I'll be returning home later today but not before taking Dad shopping to the big Asda in Taunton so that he can stock up on things he's not been able to get locally and help him get a few other things done that he's been unable to do until now. I'll take his Nissan Pixo out for a good drive today and give the V6 a short rest
I've a tiny LHM weep again from the outlet hexagon on the HP pump. It's tiny but it looks like yet another replacement O ring is needed there
Whilst I'm there I shall investigate why the tick rate is rather frequent in soft mode. I have a leaky electrovalve I reckon but it's having no effect on ride and comfort at all; just a quicker than normal tick.
Tomorrow I'll be after the tyre place to see about getting some satisfaction with the wheel stud issues on my 2.1TD. I'll report back.