Visiting Florida is not really a vacation. It's more of a visiting your elderly parent and make sure she is as comfortable as possible. And so it was this time. We visited the medical supply store to get the brakes checked on a walker, made an appointment to have a grab bar installed on the doorframe of the house, got a small light weight transport wheelchair for the days when the walker is too much work, and replaced and installed the elevated toilet seat. Then it was on to the Polish deli for some head cheese, pierogi, and other assorted delights - some things unique to a special palate. We tried to figure out how to get a sensor light for the car port, but by that time I was drained and there was no one to help us at the Home Depot. Someone else can take care of that. In the end it feels good to have done all the stuff, usually after haggling about it for a few days. Luckily I still have the opportunity to pay back after all these years. I wouldn't have it any other way.