Take care Sally.
We'll miss you so much! I hope your feeling of being overwhelmed eases. Take your time and we'll be right here when you return.
We'll wait for you. As Linda said, take your time.
Thanks you guys. Spoke to my mother today- she was in the casino on the ship. She'd had lunch with the lovely gentleman she'd had dinner with last night. My brother was on the ship now too, and they were in California. It struck me that in a way this is what people would want in heaven: an interesting cruise with lots of thrills and everyone you ever loved is still alive and on the ship.
I agree that your mother's voyage seems pretty great, all things considered.The thing that always threw me about my mom and her delusions was that she would still be talking in the same matter-of-fact tone of voice as ever. She looked the same. And she was quick to laugh at funny things my sister or I said. (It wasn't as if her eyes were rolling around in her head and she was speaking in a trance-like voice.)
Pat wonders if your mom is having more fun than we are, being on a cruise and all.
Breaks are a good thing for us all every now and then. Have fun at the races!
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