Category Archives: caregiving

Those Who Have Ears To Hear

“She doesn’t listen does she?” Asked my 6’3″ cousin in his stately British accent as he stood, arms crossed in my postage stamp of a kitchen. He was just about a foot away from me as we watched my mom … Continue reading

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A Little Sunshine

I willingly took six little tiny Vitamin D pills today, instead of the usual two. Why? Because I needed a little sunshine in my life. Before I ┬ádid that, I prayed for patience and grace. Why? Because it’s 7:30 in … Continue reading

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Gone

“When I’m gone,” my mom’s voice carried to the kitchen where I sat working at the kitchen table. A spot that became my office the moment my mom came to live with us. As these things roll down the hill, … Continue reading

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