My 96-yr old (now 97) Grenadian neighbor was placed in a nursing home facility last year. Her freedom to operate her own home was becoming too burdensome for her, despite her wishes to remain in my community. Her attitude changed with every visit I made to see her in the home, most times for the worse. I decided to cheer her up by eliciting the assistance of a next neighbor-couple with a vehicle to take her to the Rome Museum. There she was surrounded by a treasure-trove of her childhood memories. She beamed at the sight of an iron which you had to heat over coals before using it.