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A Swing Away From Caregiving
A warm breeze travels through the canyons, carrying the scent of lavender as it brushes my cheek. My bare toes touch the deck’s surface sending the canopied swing into motion. Taking a four-hour airplane ride, an hour-long bus ride and … Continue reading
Posted in Caregivers, caregiving, Caregiving Confessions, family, Grief, Healing, self-care, travel Tagged Atascadero, blue jays, boundaries, California, caregiver, caregiving, chardonnay, grief, lessons, quail, retreat, sisters, squirrels, woodpeckers 2 Comments
We Pay for Living with Blood
Sitting in my favorite cane-backed rocking chair in front of the open screened window enjoying the view of the lake, I feel depressed. It has been a colder-than-normal winter and now it is a wetter-than-normal spring and I long to … Continue reading
Posted in Depression, Healing, Inspiration, Life's Losses, My story, Nature, Wisconsin Tagged Arizona, black capped chickadees, blood, blue jays, creatures, depressed, fiddleheads, frogs, lake, midges, mosquitoes, nature, sounds, summer, sweat, tears, Texas, weather, winter, Wisconsin, Wisconsin's Last Wilderness 2 Comments