Memorable Automobiles from The Past:
01 Ford Catena?
01 Ford Catena?
I didn’t say too late, thank goodness. I’ve been getting things done and actually trying to buy a small RV over the net. After a little while Imma thinking could this be a scam?
If it is it is pretty complicated. The price of the RV is 1/3 of the prices I see on the net. And ¼ of the listed NADA value. Plus it is in Wichita, Kansas. And they will deliver it anywhere for free. WHAT?
My attention span isn’t good and I was trying to figure this out. I haven’t heard anything since I said we will drive out and pick it up. I was thinking we could put something down then drive or fly out to see it and pay the remainder.
Anyway it is something to keep me busy and confused.
I appreciate all the comments you guys have made. I mentioned mama yesterday. Yes she lost both legs. When dad died, she wanted to die too. I am convinced no one can wish themselves dead, if that were so mama would have died a year after dad. She sat in one chair except for toilet duties, bath and eating all day. Day in and day out. None of us children were close by. Shirley in Maryland, Kat in Canada, Jr. & Odis 65 miles away and Sherry and I in DC.
The doctors said it was poor circulation and try as they could she would not cooperate in rehab. Dementia was a blessing in that case.
In the End both Shirley/Jim and Sherry/I moved back in the area to assist mama. Sherry was the first followed by the rest of us. With Dementia you have to laugh at times.
I went into mama’s room and she was crying. I asked wht was wrong. “I was just thinking of your daddy.”
Dad had died a few years before, I said, “Mama, dad is better off than any of us.”
She quit crying and looked at me to say, “I guess he is, off chasing those women in Kings Mountain!”
That subject died and we talked about cooking. Inside I had to smile. She was one sweet mama. She and dad had had a wonderful marriage over 50 yrs.
So Imma thinking, dementia can’t be all bad… for the demented? As long as they don't know it, can it?
Thank to all y’all.