Holiday Inn Express Conover (Hickory Area)
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a cancellation of insurance when Mary had a claim for a ring loss. We spoke to nephew Mark who is Mary's financial advisor. Trying to decide how to either increase her income or lessen her spending. I'm staying in contact with Mary's kids who are equally concerned about her ...
I joined Mary at her choir practice very early this morning then mass. We decided to go home before meeting Ken for lunch. Good thing we did because we found a check on the ground under Mary's mailbox that was from her renter. . Called the renter the night before asking for the check for November's rent. Renter said it had been put in her mailbox ...
I spent a good part of the day reviewing statements and trying to construct a budget for Mary Jane. It might be helpful for her to see how excessive her spending is in some areas. There are a few drafts being taken out of her accounts and credit cards charges that she does not understand or know what they are. We finally got Mary access to Dr. Sanderson's patient portal. I can monitor test results and medication prescriptions as well as changes to these. We ...
I sorted through many of Mary's papers tons of mail covering tables counters, couches. etc. We went to UPS to return some of the supplements that Mary had ordered. We then stopped at Pinecrest retirement community in Hickory... Not impressed. Mary had an appointment with Dr. Weymann, her neurologist. It was simply an interview in the doctors office. Mary told the doctor she is doing better she also told the doctor she gave $22,000 to charities in 2013. Rose spoke a little but ...
... a parking spot at the Jacob Fork parking area, we hiked the High Shoals Falls Loop Trail to the waterfall. The trail starts out following an old road and becomes more of a trail as it follows Jacob Fork upstream. As we approached the falls, the trail crossed the creek and headed up via stairs and rocks. This last section was a bit ...