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Topic: Moving to Charlottesville
Posted By: SHarrison
Subject: Moving to Charlottesville
Date Posted: 12 Sep 2017 at 3:03pm
It has been a while since I have posted on this forum.

Background:  Wife had a stroke in 2015.  I had handicap modifications
made to the house. She and I thought I could look after her.  The stroke
was a small bleed on the brain stem. Her brother and sister had the
same kind of stroke (maybe a genetic thing) and today you would never
know it. Linda and I thought her situation would be similar.  Not so.

Anyway, even with some aides coming in it was not realistic to
continue.  Our daughter is a senior nurse at the U of VA hospital in
Charlottesville VA. That is her home and she found an outstanding care
facility in Charlottesville which we could afford. In May this year my
wife left here never to return  She is getting excellent 24hr care.

Now I am in the process of getting things ready to sell our "sweet spot"
here in Northern New York.

When the Estate sale is done and the place is sold and our "keeper"
stuff is moved to C-Ville I plan to move to a small apartment in
Charlottesville.

Our daughter will be scouting for a suitable seniors complex that would
do.

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So, my question to any of you is do you live in a seniors apartment
complex in Charlottesville, or know anyone who does or have any info
that would be helpful?

If so, email me, or just post the info here.

We are moving into a new normal. That's life.  But at least I'll be in the
same town as my wife and daughter.

That's about it.

Thanks

Sid


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"Sooner or later everyone sits down to a banquet of consequences."
---Robert Louis Stevenson



Replies:
Posted By: Tom McNulty
Date Posted: 12 Sep 2017 at 4:11pm
Sid, my heart goes out to you and your family. I wish you good fortune.


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SSBN599B,SSBN600B,SSBN611G
USNR Beaumont, TX,
USSVI Life Member
Mid Atlantic Base
Holland Club


Posted By: gerry
Date Posted: 12 Sep 2017 at 4:14pm
My heart goes out to you, as well as my admiration, Sid. I don't have any suggestions for your housing search, but I do wish you the best  in the next phase of your great adventure. 

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MT2/SS
USS Simon Bolivar - SSBN 641 (B)
USS Henry M. Jackson - SSBN 730 (B)
USSVI - Wyoming Base


Posted By: Dr. Stan
Date Posted: 12 Sep 2017 at 8:18pm
Sid I'm sorry these unfortunate circumstances have befallen your wife and you.  I wish there was something I could say or do that would help.  But, I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers and hope that things will work out for you as much as possible.

Re Virginia, I haven't been in VA since 1968, so I can't help you there either.  Wish I could.



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It has been my experience that folks who have no vices have very few virtues.~Abe Lincoln
SS-393, SSBN-610(B), SSBN-624(G), SSN-591
USSVI Life Member; Holland Club; Plank Owner, Smoky Mtn. Base


Posted By: Runner485
Date Posted: 13 Sep 2017 at 7:05am
Sid,
Sorry for these rotten circumstances life threw at you both and hope that your new life will be comfortable for both of you. It sounds like your wife will be getting the care she needs, plus the closeness of your daughter will help the transition.

Much love and peace for the future.


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DBF
Joe
SS485,CVA42
Holland Club
Mid-Atlantic Base



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