Well, were getting ready for our 1st Hurricane of the season here. Its tracked to hit the town I live in. It looks like it should only be a Cat.1, so it shouldn't be so bad. I told my Mom to come over Monday and spend the night and Tuesday too if she wants so she won't have to be alone. Oooohhhhh, she didn't want to be a bother. I'm so tired of that. For the millionth time I tell her shes no bother. My husband is on the Hurricane disaster team, so most of the time hes not home anyway. It will be good to have a distraction. I'm torn lately with my mom. My Mom is planning to put her house up for sale and build a small mother-in-laws apt. on to our house. I think its a great idea. It will keep her close, so I can be there if she needs anything, but give her independence too. My therapist thinks I'm making a mistake. She thinks because of my anxiety issues, I'll go crazy with her living behind me. I just don't feel that way. I know it will be a hugh change, but I don't think it will be a bad one. I think as she ages it will help me in the long run to have her close. Am I nuts? Anyway, I have to go take all my orchids down outside or they turn into missles. Have a good evening girls, Marge
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