Ok, well that is not so important...I agree. I guess it is those stupid toilet seats they give you to put on the toilet. He is always clean and wears clean clothes everyday. I dress him, but he insists (yet) that he is clean and shaven. I am very fortunate. But, tonight I reminded him his sister is coming from Germany in October to see him. ( I am sure it will be the last time they see each other)...and he said, I hope I make it. His sister was locked up in East Germany until she came with a sports team and was able to hide and stay with her brother. Thank God....I love his sister and the rest of his family. I have never met such incredible people who lived through such horror and are beautiful today. They all had Jewish friends and were heartbroken when they disappeared. My Partner spent time in jail for stealing a piece of wood (he was 14) to help his family stay warm and to cook. There is so much I could tell you, but don't want to bore you. He was so protective of his Jewish friend that his father told him,,,Don't talk to him again....He is strong...but I hate that dirty rug now and then LOL.... I am writing a book. About living with the last of the very strong Germans who Loved the Jews.... His stories are beautiful... His Parkinson is the enemy. It is a horrible disease.