Well, my wife chose her way of dealing with things and I chose another one. I called the police officer who had come to see my FIL when I first reported his wife several months ago. He called the social worker from Adult Protective Services after he dropped in on her to express his concern for my FIL and to make sure all care is given to him.
My wife chose to call all of her aunts and uncles and tell them that she said she was refusing to help him or do anything for him because she wants him in an old folks home. Well they came unglued. Two drove from Santa Cruz and San Jose to make sure dad is being cared for. They also had a nice chat with the bitch of the year and judging from her limp she understands the family's wishes.
All we need to do now is deal with uncle Wine-O. Apparently the committee on the coast called the elders in the valley and he is going to be dealt with. Just in case though, dad's youngest brother (disassociated) is driving out from Hollister to explain how you don't leave an injured person to suffer and not even summon an ambulance.....I wish I could get some advance notice on tio's arrival. I would pay $200 to see that fight!
Again we offered for him to stay with us until he is well but he insists on staying home. So we go over several times a day to make shure he is turned and that he has everything. He is too weak to even read right now so I read to him from the Bible. He asked me to read him the WT for July but I had "forgotten" my glasses and could only read from the large print Bible.....