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Will, You Disappoint Me
Fri Nov 24, 2017 06:07
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First, Will you were notified or attempted to notify you right after the confirmation that Mike checked himself out of the hospital.

My phone record can verify how many times you were called to try to get your input as to whether Mike tried to contact you or not. As for the transportation to the hospital. Ron and Robert were kind enough to take Mike to the hospital because they had a car available. Mike was not able to get into the old truck which is the only transportation available to me. Not to mention so much had been spent on getting Mike what he needed in the way of clothing (including the sweater he was wearing), adjusting the comfort of his bed, and height of his favorite chair, a bath chair to be able to bathe, of course vitamins etc.. Since his monthly small amount was not even available to pay for the massive amount of food Mike was consuming. As people have been told repeatedly my budget is even less than Mike's getting those things for him was tight to say the least.

And do you have the verification of the information you posted "Mike Shupe, the lead architect for the Army Corp of Engineers during the Vietnam War in the late 1960's and early 1970's who played a key part in the, engineering of the fire bases located just below the DMZ in Vietnam?"

Mike was taken to the hospital to check him out for putting him into a Nursing Home. However, as for the clothing, the hospital Rep, said to bring the clothing, he had refused to put on before going to the hospital, later. This was said, when checking him into the hospital. So Will, you needed to be here to know the updates on what was going on with Mike. Yes, when you last could hear me on your phone, was we were still in the midst of getting clothing that would fit Mike since he was eating so much he was gaining an even bigger waist line. [Locking up the food at night was not an option until certain work could be done. And funds were not available to buy parts needed to do so.]

BTW, by the time Mike was taken to the hospital he was already standing taller, walking better, far more conversational and alert at times.

So you needed some updates.

Thank you
Patricia

  • November 21, 2017 Mike Shupe, the lead architect for the Army Corp of Engineers during the Vietnam War in the late 1960's and early 1970's who played a key part in the engineering of the fire bases... more
    • Will, You Disappoint Me — scantv77, Fri Nov 24 06:07
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