Home and . . .
I’m home from Orycon. I had a lovely time, and will post more on it later. However, during the weekend, my mother-in-law passed. It is something of a blessing. When we saw her in September, she couldn’t remember any of her family. She thought she was 12 and lost and couldn’t find her way home. She was scared and she was staying scared because she couldn’t go home, and everyone she knew from then and everywhere she knew from then was gone. Changed beyond recognition or dead. I felt horrible for her, to be living in that constant state of fear. Now she’s free of that fear and hopefully all her good memories are intact.
I will be traveling soon for her services and may be sparse here.