@thpurplejacketactive 2 days, 11 hours ago
As we chatted today on our video chat about caregiving and stress, your comment in your blog post, “It’s so odd when what we could do now becomes what we can’t” has so much meaning for both the Caregiver and the caree. As a Caregiver, it is hard for us to see first hand what our Caree use to be able to do, now can’t do. Equally as…[Read more]
Goodness grascious what an experience, Denise. No matter what we do to try to avoid these things from happening, when ‘they’ want to do something on their own, they sure do it. (Reminds me of TLO and the step latter.) Glad to know everyone is better today. Sounds like your hair stylist is pretty awesome too, just like you!
Since my days in the seminary, I have had a change of opinion on the subject of assisted suicide. My seminary training taught me that suicide was a sin and assisted suicide is murder, somewhere along those fine lines in Church teaching, lies the debate on abortion too. Oh-Boy, how my opinion has changed over the years!
After watching, caring…[Read more]
Chris, what a beautiful blog, and a wonderful tribute to TLC to share the Sun’s book with them. Know that you remain in my prayers…and I wish for you that “gentle breeze at your back” as you continue to heal. You are always in my prayers.
Thank you for sharing your experience. I send you peace for the journey ahead.
What a moving tribute to your partner. I wish I would have had the opportunity to get to know you both.
Wishing you all the peace and comfort in the world,
What can I say to let you know I feel for you at this moment. You gave him your love and he gave you his, that should be enough, but I bet you would rather have him next to you and just sit there looking at him. Sometimes when two people just love each other, words don’t seem to be necessary. That silence just speak volumes. I am sorry you were…[Read more]
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