31 thoughts on “A Funny and Sweet True Story From a Nursing Home I Worked At – by Annie Mimi Hall

    1. I am very glad that you liked hearing about my sweet ladies. I am glad no one got hurt. It was funny to me, once I realized that the one on the floor was ok. They forget what their physical limitations are , but the heart has no limitations. 🙂
      Annie

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    1. Yes it is good to collect the nice memories. Nursing homes are full of sadness, so in order to be able to work there, you need to look for the sweet and the kind moments that happen, and file them into your mental file,
      Annie

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  1. Wonderful. Dementia doesn’t stop caring. My mom has Alzheimer’s and she still shows concern for her buddy at the nursing home. One day when she wasn’t eating lunch, she said to her, “You’ve got to eat something,”

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    1. Thank you for reading the story about my special ladies. Little do they know, their love is being spread around 🙂 You never know how far your living acts can spread or what kind of domino effect they have,
      Blessings,
      Annie

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    1. I am glad you found it comforting, You did not say why and I would love to hear your thoughts about that. I would personally find it comforting to know that there can still be compassion between people in old age, even if dementia sets in. Goodness is goodness,
      Blessing,
      Annie

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    1. Yes, we do need to have kindness stories. I love reading the Kindness blog and it is always an honor to be published by them. There are enough sad stories in the news, We need hope.
      Keep writing and also reading for inspiration,
      Annie

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