HIW, I would totally think that it would be hard for him. But, who knows when that day will come. My personal feeling is that these WAS's don't really know what they're doing and one day they wake up to see what a mess they made. That's the thought I try to carry with me when dealing with my H, it almost makes me feel bad for him (but not in the last couple of days).
Glad you talked to your daughter today and that your kids are checking in on you. Definitely happy that they're showing you how much they love and support you (as all good adult children should)!! xoxo
Me: 42 H: 44 M: 17 1/2 T: 19 1/2 S: 14 D: 10 D: 8 Dog: 16-17 (very old & H's responsibility, live w/ me) 1st Bomb (I need space): 2/3/12 2nd Bomb (ILYBNILWY): 2/11/12 Moved out: 2/12/12
H. is in terrible pain after surgery. Taking a lot of pain meds, but he almost sounded cheerful. His mom has been taking care of him. Wish it was me. Oh well.
My H broke his wrist at work and had to have surgery about 4 weeks ago. He stayed with his 85yr old mother for a while after. Repeat after me: These are his choices, these are his choices, these are his choices...
Me 57/H 58 M36 S 2.5yrs R 12/13
Let me give up the need to know why things happen as they do. I will never know and constant wondering is constant suffering. Caroline Myss
Labug, my h. mom is 85 too! Yep, his choices. Just talked with my son. He told me he got a 4.0 this last quarter!! I see you have 2 in college. My son, when little wouldn't even read chapter books. I was thrilled!