A neighbor to a relative of mine in a senior community surely wishes she'd had children. She was discovered unconscious on the floor by her home health aide. Meanwhile, two Cadillacs, an Escalade, a speedboat, and a 35 ft. fifth-wheeler camper sit unused in her garages behind the indoor heated pool, also unused. Her husband died in 2008 and she had a stroke a few months later. She is presently in the hospital and will be soon transferred to a nursing home. To date, she's had one visitor, my relative who is attempting to get her placed nearby, but the reality is that the state of Florida can place her anywhere. If she's over 25 miles away, that will mean no visits from her former neighbor who is also a widow, living alone. Unlike this unfortunate woman, my relative has three adult children and six adult grandchildren, as well as a younger brother who can take charge, if need be. Despite frequent offers, she chooses to live 1,200 miles from her nearest relative.