Monthly Archives: November 2013

Again….Thy Will Be Done

I told you in No Vacancy, one of my earlier post, that I had gone to the local nursing home to pick up paperwork to take the CNA test. I received a call from the director of nursing asking if … Continue reading

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Giving Thanks

The season is upon us. It is hard to believe that we will soon be closing out this year. A year that has, on the surface, brought death, pain, and grief. A year that I will be glad to see … Continue reading

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No Vacancy

I have decided that I want to do for other elderly people what I did for my father. One of the most challenging and yet rewarding endeavors I have ever undertaken was that of caregiver. It tapped into corners of … Continue reading

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