Happy Holidays

From our house to yours, we hope this holiday season brings you blessings and comfort.

Thanks so much for being a part of Caregiving.com! Your presence is the best present.

4 thoughts on “Happy Holidays

  1. Avatar of CareGiverGuyCareGiverGuy

    Happy Holiday to you Denise and your family of Caregivers nationwide. It’s been awhile since I’ve worn my CareGiverGuy hat and visted your website…it’s feels like home and in many ways it was home…a safe place to express my feelings or my frustrations…..a place to learn and sometimes to teach. I’ve made many connections to CareGivers nationwide through my blog…I visited a fellow CareGiver who I met several years ago…his wife died and several months later he died. As Caregivers your entire focus is on your caree but during the last two years of my mom’s life I had to have “me time” to go out for a cup of coffee or get a haircut and then later I discovered that one had to prepare for the future first by exercising or by learning social media and the best thing that I made time for was learning how to ballroom dance. There is life after CareGiving my friends, it’s a difficult road through today’s financials pitfalls and for me…dating, YUP this dude started dating and loving it. Well I can’t find my old blog to show my God Daughter Eme but’s been probably been archieved in a Time Capsule by Denise….Happy Holidays and if you would like to visit me in the Twitterverse….I’m @SOMAFM_Radio but back then as @CareGiverGuy I always signed off with this….

    “This is CareGiverGuy on Twitter Social Network…Good Night Family Caregivers‚Ķ”You Have a Friend in Me” http://tinyurl.com/ya2tf2b

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