Looking After Mother

Mum had been told she would be staying in hospital for “about a week” while they put her on warfarin and sorted out her blood. But when I visit on Monday afternoon, I find her sitting on her bed with her coat on and her trademark rucksack packed beside her. “Look,” she says to the staff nurse standing by the bed, “we don’t need transport after all. Here’s my daughter.”

Read more: http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2008/aug/09/looking.after.mother

Leave a Reply