I am back at House #2 in Edmond after finishing the relocation of my MIL. Moving is never fun, but it went pretty well.
If it ever becomes necessary, I will be more than happy to help in any way I can with her aging issues. I really enjoy these ladies. They grew up back in the olden days just a little before I did, and they have such high standards and excellent characters.
The most recent account I have of when my home in Kingston will again have plumbing, counters and a sink is two more weeks. Unbelievable!!! Imagine if I had to live there all this time with no kitchen. The insurance agent said they would rent a house for me. I'd sure like to know where they would find a half-way decent house down there in the sticks where we live. People actually LIVE in the nice houses. It's the beat-up old trailers or mobile homes that people trash and then just leave. That is one bad thing about living at the lake. At a 4-way stop, you can have a mansion on one corner -- a gas station next to a quanset hut store on one corner -- a giant garbage collection of huge rocks and old machines on one corner -- and a trailer on the other. Really! I should take a picture for you next time I'm down there. That is the NICE part of town!