Monday, May 28, 2012

Mom, Greece, GD2, and riots in the streets.

Poor Mom. Too weak to get into the bath tub and sometimes to weak to sit in her chair and eat her meals. Her nurse called in another nurse to teach me how to care for Mom as she grows weaker and weaker. Bathing her in the hospital bed is a lot easier than I thought it would be. Nell is a great instructor. Prepping for the Greece bail out from the European Union. I don't mean free money for Greece. I mean walking away and going back to their old currency. Oh, boy! Talk about Great Depression 2 coming down world wide. With the USA getting onto $16 trillion in debt (we'll never be able to pay all of it back), our Gross National Product numbers can't keep up with just the interest amounts on the debt. We're falling. We're falling. Time to get ready. Looking at some real estate along a river nearby for purchasing, if the price gets right. I want to get out of the city and live way out in the woods. Was predicted that when the USA dollar is worth 70 cents or less, there will be rioting in the streets. Jackson, MS., with all of its weekly murders and gang war fare, will have plenty of riots as the trained to be helpless war for more free food and benefits.


  1. I'm sorry to hear that. Hopefully she's still eating and has a reason to live. I bet that Mom occupies all of your time now, or nearly all of it. No longer can you put her on the dear hauler out to the yard.

  2. Never put Mom on the deer hauler. Her butt is too wide.

    She's declining. Won't sit up straight in her chair and get's fussy over nothing sometimes because she's in a lot of pain. Between her two nurses and me, she's doing pretty good though for someone 93 years old.