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November is National Family Caregiver Month – here is my reflection on my experience as a caregiver… Taking care of others starts early for me as my mother is chronically ill as I grow up. My time spent playing with … Continue reading
The phone rings in the middle of the night. Katie looks at the clock and it is 2:20 a.m. “Katie, it’s Dad, I am so sorry but I think you should come home honey, the hospice nurse says Mom doesn’t … Continue reading
Peering through the small rectangle of glass in the narthex door, I scan the modest size crowd that has gathered in the sanctuary of the Lutheran church where I have been a member since the age of four. It seems … Continue reading
My last post (Disease of Secrets – Part One) I told you that my dad died from Tuberculosis. His exposure to TB came at the age of two, when his mother died of the dreaded disease when she was 30 … Continue reading