Letters to Tuvia Y3/#sol18 3/17: Herbie at 97

Evening Tuvia  and Slicers,

You missed my dad’s 97th!  A courageous man, living with sweetness and a positive attitude for the next morning to come.  Yes, he is surrounded by the attention for two lovely female caregivers in the home he has lived in since he was first married as I was yet 1.

No hospital for him!  But he is dependent on others.

I’ll say it again- he is courageous in his old age.

He still calls me doll..


Bonnie S.

2 thoughts

  1. Sweetest words, “He still calls me doll.” What a treat to still have your dad and he is able to stay in his home. A wonderful birthday, indeed!

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