My stepmother in law lives in an assisted living facility. Currently locked out for visits but can still communicate by phone. Was talking to her on the phone when she informed us they were having trouble buying certain foods in quantity for the facility. So when hubby went to get her prescription picked up from our local Walmart he and I also bought 3 gallons of milk, 2 loaves of bread and a gallon of bleach to help them out. These are the things store will not allow them to buy more than 2 of. This place has senior citizens who need to be taken care of but big chain stores didn’t seem to care that they needed more to feed and supply themselves. This is something we need not forget is our elderly in living facilities and nursing homes. The people wanted to pay us for what we got and we simply told them no thus is something we wanted to do. They owed us nothing as we paid everything at their front door since we are not allowed in and waved hi to our Stepmom and yelled we love you. Throwing kisses to her. People remember the elderly. A simple call to say hi will make their day. Slay On my friends.
Debbie Davis – Kentucky
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