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21 June 2003

Alpine Nursing Home

Weekly Phone Conversations change from Wednesdays to every Saturday at 8:30AM (EST)

June 21, 2003 through September 4, 2004
(Alpine Nursing Home, Coventry, Rhode Island)

8 May 2004

Heather: Hello Mother. Today is Saturday. How’s your room at Alpine?

Audrey: I have a very comfortable room. I have a three shelves bookcase with a small bookcase on top and then all my dolls (stuffed animals) on top. I have a bird feeder outside my window. Spencer put the bird feeder by the window up close.

11 September 2004

Dates and Places of Audrey Mae’s Weekly Conversations for the original publications::

The original publication of “Glimpses of the Past: Morning Conversations with Audrey”, Audrey’s memoirs, covers Audrey’s weekly phone conversations with her daughter from the time period beginning June 12, 2002 and ending September 4, 2004. The only exception was sadly no phone calls between mother and daughter in March, April, May and June of 2003 when Audrey moved to Alpine and did not have a phone.

Date of Book Party Celebration for above printed book:

On October 3, 2004, Audrey’s family and friends planned a “Glimpses of the Past: Morning Conversations with Audrey” Book Party Celebration for Audrey at Alpine Nursing Home in Coventry, Rhode Island.

11 September 2004

Heather: Hello, Mother. How are you doing today at Alpine?

I feel fine.  I sit here and look out (the window).  Always something going on.

When Amber comes over, she fixes the bookcase.  Amber hasn’t come over lately.   O dear, I’m getting sleepy.

23 October 2004

Heather: Hello, Mother. What’s going on at Alpine and how are you doing today?

I’m looking out the window (now).

We play games (activities for seniors at Alpine Nursing Home) but I’m all sleepy all the time.  They may come (for me) and I’m asleep.

(Now) I’m rocking back and forth (in the companion chair with it’s four small wheels). I love the way it (the companion chair) rocks back and forth.