Pops Gonna Be a DAD Again at age 69

by Claudia
(Roseburg)

I had to update you all on what my wonderful Pops has gone and done now that he has completely abandoned our Mom. He has gotten his floozy live-in pregnant!!


Here is the best part. His floozy hired a nanny for her two little monsters and apparently now my Pops wandering eye is headed in her direction!

She is about 15 years younger than his floozy and no baggage. Funny how things turn out huh. As for my Mom, she's adjusting to her new surroundings quite well and her health has actually improved a little here lately due to the care of one caregiver in particular where she resides.

This young caregiver is my hero and I can't say enough on her behalf. She is always smiling at my Mom and hugs her and kisses her head when she departs from her shift. She truly loves her.

Here is my wish for all of you out there that are agonizing over placing a loved one in a care facility. That you find someone as wonderful as our Irene. Not too many people could say that about the caregiver they have I think.

May you all have a very, Merry Christmas and make next year a better one for all of us.

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