My dearest Granddaughter, Catie
It always makes my heart glow warmly when I see a note from you. Tell me did you receive my e-mail? My daughter, Robin, is back in her own apartment, not such a good idea, but she has someone staying with her in the PM hours and two therapist see her three times a week, and a nurse's aid 3 times a week to shower her. She still cannot move the left side of her body, although the leg is making some progress. Please say prayers for her complete recovery. I will try to send you an e-mail again. Meanwhile--Ah-- I think my lovely Catie is in love! It can be beautiful with the right person . I have been very forunate--52nd wedding anniversary this week. How do you know--an age old question. It is a feeling that you cannot live without this person, that spending time away from him makes you sad. Walking down this street with this person makes you feel like every one know you are in love. The touch of his/her hand in yours makes you complete. As you see this is a subject that can go on and on, and everyone will have a different version. Do write to your other Oma. It would make her happy. Sending you tons of hugs! Oma Lee
LEATRICE (LEE) Fort Myers, Florida, USA
Sinatra, Sinatra,Sinatra! Pray for Robin!