According to the serial number this is a Singer 66 made in 1927. Overall it does not have bad decals, and it is freed up which is nice, but she is a dirty girl. I mainly purchased them because of the bobbin cases and bobbins.
Life here is still going at a mad wobble, but some decisions have been made much to the chagrin of some of the family, and neighbors. We are going to rearrange our house--we will essentially be moving almost all of our belongings upstairs. The downstairs will get a small bedroom added in the great room (yes with 4 walls and a door, our great room is that big to make a room at least 8 X 10 ft), some cheapy carpeting for consistency throughout the downstairs which is what the Physical therapist, and nurse stated the AO needed to have to get rid of trip hazards since we have hardwoods, I guess they are not good with walkers with wheels, a set of glass french doors to give them a living room/sitting room of their own with privacy, and their own front door, and finally a ramp to the driveway so they do not have to negotiate stairs---so it's a boy and girl they will be moving in so they have 24 hour care. I have already been doing their cooking, for the past couple of weeks so it will make life a wee bit easier on me, and hopefully life will settle down once all the work is completed. Thanks for all of the well wishes, we are managing the minefield of elder care. My suggestions, read, read, read, find a good nurse/doctor who will be a true advocate for your family members, not just someone looking to make a few dollars off of referrals and stuff.