This is also the home where my Mother resides, so I was hoping I would find the time for I and Lunette to see her as well. As I made my way towards the Day Away Program's room, we were stopped by a few people who were in "awe" of little Miss Lunette. We had actually even said hello to the gal who does the hairdressing for the residents. I couldn't believe it when Mom showed up as it was time for her to almost get her hair done as she does so every week.
Once I had said my Good-byes to Mom, also assuring her I was working on getting her a new pair of sandals (noted she was walking on her own again after her fall last week, no longer needing a wheelchair, which was great to see), we were off down the hallway to see the Day Away people.
All the ladies and gentlemen loved seeing little Lunette, as did the staff members. Staff member, Wanda, took her around to each person so they all got to have themselves a "pet" of Lunette's soft fur. We stayed for about 1/2 hour or so before we took our leave to head back home. I have to say I had been pretty impressed with Lunette as she never even had herself one "accident" needing papertoweling while we were there.
Really our visit all went rather well with Lunette being very well behaved, as there was some "wearing her out" going on before we had went as you can see ....
Then we brought out the fun Mama.
Once Lunette and I had returned home it wasn't much long after we had ourselves some visitors, which can be read about HERE. The remainder was the day was spent doing not much other then a wee bit of puttering, with nothing too overtaxing.
Time to Mark Those April Calendars, and Spread the Word ! in support of the Communities. If we do not support our Communities ourselves, how can we expect others to come in to our Communities to show us their support. Let us put our best foot forward first.