Then she started tickling me as I looked up at her to see her silver dove necklace flying at the end of it's chain, her face with an angelic grin as she tickled me into a laughing mass of protoplasm.
The house seemed bigger and brighter upstairs.
To celebrate finding the perfect nest for her little brown bird, she tackled me and jumped on top of me as I clutched the nest to keep if from beiing crushed.
Work was never as much fun after Louise and I got on different schedules and then the hospital relocated and everything changed.
I would appreciate the kindness and the company.
Even in retirement she cared for critters and trained to care for people on a different level level, mentally instead of physically, by training in psychology.
She highly valued her freedom and independence.
I sure do miss the old days of which Louise and Ellen picking on me and the other Jim about how badly we danced was a good part.