1.9.09 Mother's hospital discharge

From: Joseph Rasnic <jrasnic@alltel.blackberry.com>
Date: Fri, Jan 9, 2009 at 9:51 AM
Subject: Re: Athelene King
To: Wayne King 

Could you get Richie to contact Adam? I would like to stay out of the house issue now that Athelene has been relocated. Let me know if there is anything else - 
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From: "Wayne King" 
Date: Fri, 9 Jan 2009 09:29:37 -0500
To: <jrasnic@alltel.blackberry.com>; 
Subject: Athelene King

Good morning. Mother was discharged yesterday (not uneventful) and is getting settled in comfortably along with Remy and Charlsie at my house. Maybe it was the promise by Gail to bring a wine spritzer. It seems that when the home health care nurses showed up at mother's and ultimately recommended she go to the hospital, it was not a routine visit. The home health care providers were dispatched to cancel the contract for fear of their nurses due to Elizabeth calling the Sheriff's office 3 times for an officer and Elizabeth being charged with assault on Charlsie (witness by Angela). Unfortunately, only Elizabeth was informed of the cancellation, she didn't tell Gail, so when mother was due to check out of the hospital, the hospital they would not discharge her because she had no home health care provider, which also provided the ambulance. Needless to say, Gail started to scramble and ultimately secured another provider and was able to get her moved. 

While Elizabeth was gone and we have a key, I was able to get the lift chair, dividers, ramps, some linens and such from mother and dad's house yesterday. When I was there I saw a stack of medal flip loop type motel locks that Elizabeth apparent intends to install on all outside doors of the house. We would like to avoid the drama scene that Elizabeth wants to create and also avoid the door frames being damaged by the installation. I have a sawzall, so it's pretty easy to get in. There are going to be things that mother needs that are at their house and we aren't going to call Elizabeth to plead with her to let us in. If an email to Kinser for a couple of hours during the day that if we need something we can go into the house without being forced to call Elizabeth for permission it would take some drama away from her. If this is something better done by Rich, let me know. Thanks.