Monthly Archives: January 2013

Recluses And Caregivers

Recluses-noun; a person who lives a solitary life and tends to avoid other people. It seems now like it was some other person or a previous life but at one time I was an extremely social individual. I enjoyed almost … Continue reading

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A Mothers Love

You taught me so many wonderful things You taught me so many songs to sing Amazing Grace and In The Upper Room About a redeeming love that would not stay in the tomb You told me this prison is of … Continue reading

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Que Sera?

I have written before about my mothers respiratory attacks. It is a terrible thing to witness some one you love struggling to breathe and be completely helpless to do anything other than dial 911. The feeling of complete impotence is … Continue reading

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Thy Will Be Done

It has been one week today from my fathers funeral and it is time to move forward. I have been fine during the day being able to help around the house more than I was able to before. The times … Continue reading

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Look To The SKY

January the fifth of this year my father left his Parkinson’s ravaged body behind and joined his family, his friends , his Lord and his dog in heaven. I am so happy for him yet I miss him terribly. I … Continue reading

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One Last Time

I just can not find the words to begin to describe this past week. We knew my fathers , Tata’s time on this earth was nearing it’s end. The family had gathered and the vigil had begun. It was ¬†however, … Continue reading

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