Along creeks, central Pennsylvanians watch and wait:
Rising streams could mean water in homes and streets
Wednesday, September 29, 2004
BY KELLY BOTHUM AND DAN MILLER Of The Patriot-News
... Most of central Pennsylvania received 2 to 4 inches of rain yesterday from Hurricane Jeanne's remnants. A record of 3.2 inches in a day was set at Harrisburg International Airport, Dangelo said ...
In spite of Jeanne we picked up Patti and brought her home yesterday for family night with Italian carry out, conversation, cats, and TV.
Interestingly her headphone saga was snagged because she claimed to not know where they were. They were right on her bedside table where we left them, <grin> much like her TV which she claims unable to turn on. Visual impairment and confusion necessitate someone having to directly hand her something or activate anything.
Retroactive insurance cancellation nightmare remains unresolved.. Patti’s memory problems seemed to basically have erased most of her concerns or any angst over that. – (I wish the looming financial nightmare could be ‘erased’. The next couple of days should be pivotal.)
It was family time as best as it can be anymore. I believe you have to try to create it even when it means making a square peg fit into a round hole.