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An Evening at the Home
Written: March 5, 2012 Updated: March 11, 2012 Listen to nurse's report including the news that Joe and Wilma like each other. Check all rooms and find that Roger is out of his bed and down on the floor again. (Hip not broken yet.) Answer Wanda's light to calm her justified paranoia because she knows that she is somewhere other than her home but just can't figure out where that is. Answer Jeremy's light to help him sip his water while he giggles at his favorite T.V. show. Accept his thanks and feel your heart break again to see a 45 year old man who can no longer control his limbs be so appreciative of such a small act of kindness...big act of kindness. Check on Jack even though he doesn't turn on his light because you hear suspicious noises coming from his room. Help Jack to bed after you find him swatting an imaginary fly with an imaginary fly swatter. Try to re-position Emma so that she is comfortable even though her limbs are fetal-position frozen. Kindly lie to yourself about her comfort so that you can control your guilt when leaving the room. Go into Jackie's room when she starts her usual screaming that "she doesn't want to be here, and her family hates her and that's why she's here." Kindly lie to her and control your shame because you know that what she is saying probably is true. Answer ex-model Mabel's light and listen to her story about how she could have married Groucho Marx, but that she married her true-love instead. Feel a sense of sad pride when Anna proudly explains to you how she keeps track of her day by tracking her activities as she would have for patients when she was a nurse. Keep taking care of and giving these people (not patients) love every chance that you get. Gail's notes: Portrait of Joe and Wanda is the sequel to this. To protect the privacy of those who have lived before us, the names have been fictionalized, and the events semi-fictionalized.
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