Need New Things to Do

Just so you don’t misunderstand me, there is plenty to do at my house. There are closets to clean out, drawers to reorganize, a garage that we really need to totally empty, and a million more little things that we could and should do. And I am doing a some of those organizational tasks whenContinue reading “Need New Things to Do”

Escaping COVID-19

This is the most common story in the news every time we tune into our favorite media outlet. It is the topic of conversation at every meeting, whether in person or on Zoom. Sometimes it seems to be the only thing on everyone’s mind. As a caregiver to someone with a degenerative and/or chronic illness,Continue reading “Escaping COVID-19”

In Between

This is the most difficult place to be, in between 2 things. Today I am thinking of this time between being diagnosed with a disease or condition, and the end of life. (I promise to not get morbid!)   But the truth is that we are here. Our loved one has been diagnosed. Mine hasContinue reading “In Between”

Life is not on PAUSE

Today may feel as if someone has hit the “pause” button. We may feel as if we are in “reset” mode, almost as if life is standing still. But we all know that time does march on. We will never be this age again; we will never have the opportunity to do today over. LifeContinue reading “Life is not on PAUSE”