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God’s Plan for Family Caregivers

If I’m being honest, as a Christian, Ephesians 6:2-3 (NIV) exhorts us: “‘Honor your father and mother’”—which is the first commandment with a promise— “‘that it may go well with you and that you may enjoy long life on the … Continue reading

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The Sandwich woman’s sippy cup

I have been privileged to connect with some outstanding individuals online – and most of them I like better than my friends IRL (in real life). One of them is the writer of today’s guest post. She is funny, witty (is that … Continue reading

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Affirmation Junkies

Isn’t it great when someone comes along and pats you on the back and says, “You’ve done a terrific job. A job well done. You are superb. You are the man (or woman).” It really makes one feel all warm … Continue reading

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Reality TV and other Guilty Pleasures (Vol. II)

Sometimes I just want forget about the whole caregiving thing – be it parents, children, and even my business. I often just need to escape from bills, social media and everything else. What I’d rather do for just one day … Continue reading

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Sometimes reality BITES!

In the daily grind of this thing called life, and in the process of taking care of children, dogs, parents, siblings, we often forget to stop and smell the roses. To take some “me” or “us” time. Sometimes it’s necessary … Continue reading

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You don’t like getting old? What’s your alternative

We all say we don’t like getting old and I get that. But what’s the alternative? Uh….that would be “dead.” We go through life hoping all is going to stay the same in our perfect little world but reality is, … Continue reading

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It’s just “stuff” – You can’t take it with you when you go!

Trying to decide what my Wednesday blog would be and contemplating my own demise at this present time I decided to share a couple of things. Here lately, I’ve been hearing the unfortunate stories of caregivers and their sibling squabbles … Continue reading

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