Sunny, the blind diabetic dog – a memoir told one major event at a time. Continue reading
Tag Archives: caregiver
Sometimes, you just need to cry…
Sometimes, even our seniors just need a good cry. Continue reading
Essentials: A caregiver’s best friends
Yes, a caregiver must be patient and helpful and clean. But what are the items that make the caregiver’s life easier? Continue reading
A day in a life of a caregiver
Caregiving: What does a bad day look like?
Caregiving is not easy. There are plenty of bad days. But if you prepare yourself for the worst, you’ll be able to survive the day. Continue reading
Who am I and why do I blog?
Have you ever heard someone say that in order to be a success you have to surround yourself with like-minded people? Well, I want to be a success but I don’t know in what particular field particularly because I haven’t … Continue reading
Our new normal: How our diabetic dog gave us structure and purpose.
It’s difficult to make changes to your daily routine but what about making changes and stepping out of your comfort zone? Our dog being diagnosed with diabetes did just that. Instead of avoiding it all, we embraced it all and have a new routine and a life of purpose. Continue reading
Dementia: The busyness of a dying mind.
Can increased speech be the brain’s final attempt to hold on to control when battling dementia? Continue reading
Her last goodbye: The note my grandmother left her daughter decades before death.
How do your loved ones know you love them? The note my grandmother intended to be read after she passed away is a silver lining for us while caring for her now. Continue reading
Sacrifice: The greatest form of love I’ve ever experienced.
Love is more than the words. Love is more than pretty things that can be purchased at a store. Love is more than handholding and PDA. Love is more than sitting on the couch and watching T.V. or texting all day long with each other. True love is in the sacrifices made every single day. Big and small sacrifices alike. Continue reading