“Stuck Here”

My daughter tricked me. She said we were going for a ride. Now she dumped me off here and I am in the cheap seats in the back of this unit. I used to have a walker. Now, even the walker is gone. Why would they take my walker away? The only thing I like to do is watch TV. I used to be able to read but I can’t see the print anymore. Thank God for TV! Activities you ask? No, I don’t even want to get out of bed. I am just stuck here. Here in the cheap seats, in the back of the hallway, where I am alone. I don’t know why I have lived this long. I am 83 and I am just waiting to die. I like apples and coffee but what I’d really like is to get up and go to the bathroom. But, “they” took my walker so I am stuck here with my TV, my apples, my coffee and a roommate who makes no sense at all and cannot carry on a simple conversation. I am so angry at my daughter for dumping me here. I am so angry at not being able to be home anymore. I wish I could walk. I wish I could go back home. I am just stuck here.
Thank you for coming to see me and listening to me. I know I am not a pleasant person anymore.