| ||Slept well.|
Mary took Antonio's rents to the bank this morning, then fixed lunch: pan-seared tilapia, patconas, chayote and black beans. Over the beans, I put the spicy guacamole she whipped up using fresh pulled cilantro. Really perked them up. Apple and pear appetizers.
Deborah called to vent.
Mary worked at house-cleaning. I kept to the outpost, where, eventually, brother George payed me a visit in the golf cart. We talked over Mother's rapid decline.
It began to rain. George called Mary out with her squash seeds, whisked her off to the garden, she protesting vehemently. I retreated to the garage where Mary was later deposited, a tad wet.
Mary can't seem to get her sugar out of the 165-190 range.
66.4 °F, rain. (Culleoka)
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