My loved one living at an assisted living had to be tested for the Covid19 virus. Testing was arranged, I hurried to get all the needed permissions for the Primary Care office and then we waited. We waited 5 days to hear results. The test was negative. Years ago I had a biopsy. A routine … Continue reading Hurry up and wait….
I will be brief this week....have to share this.... If you have not been making masks you probably know someone who has been sewing and/or you've been given perhaps even purchased a hand-made mask. A mask so you can protect others from the Covid-19 virus when in public. I have sewn several masks but had … Continue reading Mask (recipe) swap????
Have you ever felt alone despite being in a room full of people? Although I have not recently experienced that, I have in my past. As we enter our sixth week of “stay at home” protocol, I am finding the Covid-19 virus has entered my circle of family and friends. It does not surprise me … Continue reading Alone in a room full of people
A quick search on "new normal" and you will find numerous discussions. I think it is best described as "a previously unusual occurrence that has become commonplace". In my lifetime the phrase has been used: after 9/11 to describe the security changes exemplified with travel restrictions; loss of job security as manufacturing moved to low … Continue reading A new normal
Several years ago I intentionally stopped watching news on.....
I am writing this post on a flight from Boston to Las Vegas.
It will take an act of Congress change to help Lymphedema patients manage their condition. Lymphedema refers to swelling that generally occurs in one of your arms or legs. Sometimes both arms or both legs swell. But it can happen to any part of your body. Lymphedema is most commonly caused by the removal of or damage to … Continue reading It will take an act of Congress to help patients…
We observe day light savings starting today....
I am missing my mom. It will be one year since her death this March 16th. It does not seem possible a year has almost passed. I am helping my dad with his taxes and as a result there are many reminders of a year ago and how much she was suffering during that time. … Continue reading Missing my mom….
I am struggling with the term retired. The on-line dictionaries define the adjective retired as “left one’s job and cease to work.” I prefer “having concluded one's working or professional career.” Even that does not suit me perfectly. I tried the thesaurus and that only served to make matters worse with words such as “aged, gone, … Continue reading Struggling with the term “retired”
It is Father's Day 2018 and my dad is celebrating for the first time without my mom.
I have been thinking about time a lot recently.
You may call them angels, higher power, spirit guide or use no name at all, but some days we just need a little more help than other days.
What happens to those socks that did not come out of the washing machine?
"One friend told two girlfriends, who told two girlfriends, which lead to....