elderly people and handicapped
December 22, 2008 1:35pm CST
I ment a lady up front in are trailer park who is now 70's and has a downsydrome son in his 40's. he is the longest living down sydrome person in are area! i stop bye from time to time and check on them . today i asked her if they had anything to do for christmas she repled no and started crying. I told her i was sory for upsetting her i was just wanting to know if she would like to come to are house for christmas dinner! She replyed with no but i apricate it very much! She said she was very happy beacsue it had ben a long time since anyone had talked to them or offered to help in any way! i told her i was sorry and if i could in any way please just let me know! i came home and stil i'm wondering about her and her son they have touched my heart! how to help this family out?
• United States
22 Dec 08
I think it is so wonderful that you stopped by to check on them, and to ask them over for Christmas dinner. A lot of people would not feel comfortable doing such a thing!!! It sounds like you have already helped them, just by being a kind soul. If you want to do something, maybe you could take them a pie or some type of homemade desert for Christmas. I am sure they would appreciate that very much. Or you could maybe just make a little something by hand. Older people seem to like craft items very much. Even the smallest thing would probably really make them very happy. Merry Christmas to you and your kind heart! I wish the best for you this holiday season!
• Defiance, Ohio
26 Dec 08
Oh Brandy, you are so thoughtful. You could always make a cake or some cookies and drop them off. I bet they would really enjoy that. If it has been a long time since anyone stopped, I bet the lady was really grateful for your friendship.