@mariakeilactive 1 month, 3 weeks ago
I can totally understand where you are coming from! Because of what I saw when I worked for a home health company and dealing with agencies I started my own caregiving business. My families and clients have told me how nice it is to have someone that cares and is reliable. Wish I lived closer as I would love to help you out!
Caregiving a is a new adventure almost every day!
HI! I just read your post and wanted to know I’m thinking of you & Robert right now! You must be very tired of waiting and then getting no where!
Denise (as always)had some wonderful ideas!
Sending you lots of hugs, prayers, and warm wishes from Kansas,
Maria commented on the post, Little Old White Woman’s March on Washington for Freedom 2 months, 2 weeks ago
I agree with Heather & your blog post put a smile on my face! I have always said that if I didn’t laugh about my caregiving experiences I would go crazy! =)
Oh, Maria! You’ve had a lot of tugs–everyone wants a piece of you.
I’m so sorry about all that’s happened with your friend. It sounds like there’s quite a lot of dysfunction there. You are wise to understand how much you can do while remaining a supportive friend.
I hope you and Hubby are able to enjoy the day today.
Good to see you.…[Read more]
Wow, you sure have alot going on. Glad to hear your eye improved so you can keep on top of all of it.
HI! I see you are new to caregiving.com. Welcome!
I have my own caregiving business and took care of my Grandfather and mentally handicapped Aunt who both died 4 years ago. Please let me know if I can be of any help!
Go Bless you! Welcome to caregivining.com. You will find a very supportive community to help you through this journey called caregiving!
Welcome to Caregiving.com! I love how the two of you met & your story. In some ways my husband & I are are the same ways. He grew up in Wichita in the city but is a farm boy in lots of ways as his family has a farm in western Kansas. I have told him that if wants to retire there I’ll see him on the weekends as there is no way I could…[Read more]
I love how you say that you are doing things for your dad that he did for you. When I took care of my Grandfather I always said that I was paying him back for all that he did for me when I was growing up.
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