/ Human Kindness

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balmybaldwin - on 17 Oct 2016

In these days of depressing news, I thought the following needs a bit of an airing as this really brightened my mood:

There are still people that care

http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/722172/pensioner-stuck-bath-four-days-rescued-waitress-Doreen-Mann

Well done Ms Congrave. Doreen could be any one of us in our old age, and I for one hope that someone misses me enough to do something about it should I need it
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Queenie - on 17 Oct 2016
In reply to balmybaldwin:

I read on the BBC news site that Ms Congrave has pledged to pop over and help her in and out of the bath from now on. A lovely gesture.
birdie num num - on 18 Oct 2016
In reply to balmybaldwin:

Mrs Num Num is full of the milk of human kindness for her cat. Lavishing upon her, as she does, all the food and drink that she can take, with some left over, a warm and comfortable bed every night and full medical insurance.
But does she do that for me?………Oh no….
I have to fend for myself
DerwentDiluted - on 18 Oct 2016
In reply to birdie num num:

> Mrs Num Num is full of the milf of human kindness.

Surely?



birdie num num - on 18 Oct 2016
In reply to DerwentDiluted:

Mrs Num Num is more of a MIWLF
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winhill - on 18 Oct 2016
In reply to Queenie:

> I read on the BBC news site that Ms Congrave has pledged to pop over and help her in and out of the bath from now on. A lovely gesture.

If the old girl speaks to her OT they can get her a lift to get in and out of the bath, awkward but more dignified and independent.

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