Instead of a magical cure, I pray for an end to my mother’s life. Ironically, Mummy, as her family often calls her, is in remarkable physical health.At age 92, she takes few medications and is ambulatory.But let’s not pretend that we, as a culture, don’t worship at the altar of youth. He’s got the job and the home and the car, and been divorced with a kid already.
They’re more experienced, more chivalrous, and more likely to want to settle down than a twentysomething party boy.In fact, with the aid of a walker, Mummy strides up and down the halls in her care center — sometimes for hours.When she is walking the halls, Mummy often appears to have a purpose and a destination in mind. Up close, it is immediately apparent Mummy is locked into a prison from which there is no parole.She is 31 and personally, I don't see anything wrong with it since she is a mature adult. i think age is just a number,if you click,then you just within his generation,so perhaps they have some common a long term relationship,say when hes 64,and shes 51,perhaps there could be issues,with him being older,if she has to be a carer.forgive me for asking ,but is this perhaps more about you feel a little left out?
.remember,hes still your dad,and will always love you,nothing will ever change that time you will meet someone you care for,and move on,but you won't stop loving your dad will you?
When I do pray, it is always about my mother who is living with Alzheimer’s disease.