Okay, so here's my dealio.
We talk to her on Sunday and she cries the whole time. Says she's sad. She misses home. She's lonely. She doesn't have any friends. She's unhappy.
She's moved from New Hampshire, where she lived for a very long time, and is now in North Carolina.
We have no idea if any of this is accurate. We don't live there. She has Alzheimer's(at least the beginning stages) so does she even really know if people are visiting regularly? It's really hard to know what the truth is and what isn't.
But she's lonely and that's a problem. She's an old lady and she's Jason's grandma and she's lonely.
And that? Is not acceptable.
So I get on the internet and start looking things up. I find a service in their county that will come and visit with her and even help her with small errands and things. Totally free of charge.
Which is, of course, what I would do if I were there.
But I'm not there.
So should I stay out of it or not?