My wife’s grandfather was a decorated World War I war hero and successful businessman. As age caught up with him, he needed full-time, in home care at his remote Virginia farm. It was up to his children to find and select someone appropriate as “Grandpa” could be challenging at times.
During most of the interviews grandpa would listen in from an adjacent room while prospective caregivers were questioned. Without fail, grandpa would kibitz from the other room when they got to the morning ...
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