Seriously?? Nobody said 'depends' ???<br />
Ok, ok, sorry....one of those willow statues...my grandmother loved hers..
my 90 year old father
i think ur time itself will be a gift for her, spend a day.. or rather any special occasion
A beautiful, comfy 'seat cushion' for Bingo night? Those chairs at the VFW hall are so uncomfortable!
Well what does she like? Get her a special memory like an old picture of you two or something that she gave you a long time ago. Or maybe a home-made gift! Or maybe even a note saying that you love her :)
My mommy is the same age and I am getting her some Metamucil
A phone call or visit would probably be nice.
Does she like flowers?
Your time. See if you are able to have her out for a couple hours. I assume she's in a nursing home. If she's allowed to eat regular food, it would be nice to allow her something different. FIRST CONSULT her dietician.
A pretty vase with a rose in it. Roses are a sign of love even to a parent from a child or children.