11 thoughts on “Day 2: Starting Over In a Skilled Nursing Facility

    1. Thank you again, Tracy. One thing I forgot to mention in my previous reply… If you purchase something from the Alabama Goods website, send them an email asking to be added to drawing. Don’t want to leave anybody out!!! I look forward to following you!

  1. Kim this is beautiful, how thoughtful of you all to make a difficult time better. Hope she gets along well there and her days special in her special room.

  2. Kim,
    I found you!! Thanks for dropping by my site and I’m so glad I dropped in on you. What a wonderful transformation of such a cold and sterile environment! I’m looking forward to reading more of your series!

  3. What a wonderful tribute to Mother. None of this could have been accomplished without your loving help and work — treating the curtains, arranging the bed so the furniture fit, and on and on. Thank you, my daughter-in-love.

  4. That is wonderful. It looks great and there probably is a business opportunity for this. I visit so many in nursing homes and this looks the best I have seen. Many elderly have families out of town and no one to make their rooms homey. GREAT JOB!!

    1. Thank you so much, Jill. It was a true labor of love and it has made the transition easier. We were very sad to walk around facilities and see rooms where it looked like people were just dropped off without a single memento of their life. VERY SAD and so unfair to spend your last days in a cold, sometimes sterile environment. I truly could make this a new passion in my life.

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