My mom had a stroke part 30: Adaptations.

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After her stay in the hospital, my mom was moved to a new room. Her previous roommate watched TV nonstop and frequently called for the nurse, even when the nurse had just left.

Her current roommate says nothing at all, her limbs thin and stiff with disuse. The first day we were there to visit, a loud blond woman appeared for the other bed, her volume filling the room as she asked questions…

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Isa-Lee Wolf

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Writer of humorous science fiction, preventer of doomsday at the hands of Aunty Ida, and cozy mystery author. Check out my books: http://goo.gl/mGO2Gp

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