|Reviewed by John Domino
|This is so true.
I know folks in their 90's still active and moving all over the place and folks in theie 70's who are in park.
Nursing home is a curse. Don't want to go that route.
|Reviewed by Z McClure
|What a brilliantly sensitive, yet achingly honest expression of this son's thoughts about his mam's new life. I lead worship services in a couple nursing homes and have also worked in a few, so this rings so true. You have chosen just the right words and built a mood that can communicate in a moment a whole spectrum of feelings.
An amazing acomplishment Steve! -your friend, Zach
|Reviewed by Lois Christensen
|You have to keep visiting them in the nursing home, or they don't get good care. If they know family members are dropping in, they take better care of the aged. Sounds as if she had lots of good times when she was out of it. i know it is hard to put your loved ones in a home, but sometimes it has to be.|
|Reviewed by Vesna Perkovic
|It this what we all do
Wait for our kids in an aging queue
Once a week recall past days
This surely is the saddest phase
..poignant words..alas so true..
I have six, three of each gender, at times I wonder how it will fare when old-age hits the fan..LOL!
|Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse
I did my clinicals at a nursing home & it is not the best place for many people as a career choice & also not for family members. You write grieves my heart for those forgotten at homes like that. I hurts what I have seen & also reported.