Ponderings on LOVE and being REAL amidst the grief of a breast cancer diagnosis for my disabled daughter.
As a caregiver and advocate for my disabled daughter who suffers from Myotonic Muscular Dystrophy, I share my experience with obtaining services for her. In addition, I often share my personal experience of dealing with chronic sorrow.
Nicole and I are receiving an abundance of kindness while traversing her breast cancer diagnosis. Kindness definitely helps!
My caregiving COVID vaccine challenge has more than a happy ending! It is truly a miracle!
Ponderings So I’ve been pondering … what caused me to lose my equanimity with a doctor’s office while advocating for my disabled daughter? Why did having to push buttons, be put on hold, be cut off, having to call again and push more buttons only to be told I’d have to get a referral from […]
In February 2018, I wrote about Marvel in my “Angels Among Us” series. These angels are friends who appear in my memoir, A Long Awakening to Grace, because they helped me get through some tough times. Marvel continues to be an angel in my life … and in the life of my daughter. I mentioned […]
Noticing Sensations For the first time in three years, I have been gifted with two experiences of being “home alone.” When Marvel took Nicole swimming. I noticed how good it felt to have the house to myself. When Carol took her to her birthday lunch, I noticed again that same sensation in my body. I […]