exermom wrote: »
Speaking of bras made me think of this. I have some of the exercise tops, you know, the real clingy stuff. Anyway, even tho there is a piece of material around the top area, you can still see the nipple through. What do others do?
Michele in NC
Machka9 wrote: »
Make things easier on yourselves by ...
-- making sure all affairs are in order. 2 names on all accounts, enduring power of attorney, bills, wills, taxes, paperwork, whatever it takes.
-- making sure you're fit and healthy. Being fit and healthy improves the odds. Also could you actually support and lower your partner to the ground, should he/she collapse? Do you know first aid?
-- making sure your house well set up. Are there stairs? Tight corners? Difficult showers?
-- having a look at options around you. What would you do for groceries? What if you couldn't drive? If you have never used public transportation, try it now while you're still able. What about things like doctor's offices? Hospitals? All the stuff you use? Is it scattered around and difficult to get to or quite convenient?
--making sure you've got resources. Do you have people who can offer assistance? Knowledge of who to call if you've got problems with the house? Do you know about services in your area which can help?
cityjaneLondon wrote: »
Katla - We have done our wills, but DH is very resistant to LPA. I really want to get it done. If he is out for the count I have no access to his money for specialised care etc. He has a lot of savings accounts and is quite private about them. We do have a list with the wills, but need to update them.
Now I have my new laptop I will print out all the info and forms and hope he agrees. I would ask his younger daughter to be the other signatory. Of course, I will reciprocate. My near miss with the road accident last winter concentrated my mind. I could have ended up in a vegetative state. Ugh.
Aka Machka's husband, you never know when the axe might fall.
Love Heather UK xxxxxxxx
DJMKT wrote: »
Bad luck on my restart. Had a bad fall sprained my ankle and broke my fibula last night. UGHH! Was on such a good role with my diet and exercise. Now I can’t even put weight on my leg and can’t workout for awhile. Though hobbling around on crutches is it’s own kind of workout.
LyndaBSS wrote: »
As long as you don't run or jog. That apparently wears out the replacements before their time.
klanders30 wrote: »
Janetr: Hope you are feeling better, so sorry you had such a reaction. Heal quick
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