Family | For those caring for an elderly or infirm mom, every day is Mother's Day
by Lynn Vincent
Posted 5/13/06, 12:00 am
Tina Taylor is always well turned out. She has her short, white hair done every week, wears colorful blouses with neatly pressed slacks, and wouldn't dream of leaving her apartment without a coat of Toasted Almond lipstick, carefully applied.
But these days, Mrs. Taylor's daughter, Mary Ann Rinnert, picks out her clothes for her, laying out the next day's wardrobe the afternoon before.
"I go to my closet and can't remember what I'm supposed to do," Mrs. Taylor tells her daughter.
"That's okay, Mom," Mrs. Rinnert replies. "I can do that for you."