An Old Soul

“Old souls have trouble fitting in sometimes, but they often have unparalleled wisdom to share.” My dear friend and I were talking and she said that people have told her that she has an old soul, and I agreed that she does.  But then she asked me, “What does it mean to have an old soul?”  […]

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Choose Joy

For the past several years, I have claimed a personal mantra. Choose Joy.  In actual written word, I mostly use it in my Instagram hashtags.  However, whenever I see the word joy, it reminds me of the way I want to be. For me, it is a description of how my life should be.  That […]

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A CareGiver’s Story ….. Strolling Memory Lane

I was perusing my computer this morning and I came across this beauty of a tale. I wrote this in a different format but I still like what I wrote.  Enjoy. Mothers Day for the Memory Books May 10, 2010 at 12:36pm Well doggone it Happy Mothers day! LOL…. My mothers day was a bit […]

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A Caregiver’s Story….Escaping

***This post was began in July of 2014*** Every now and again, I get an afternoon to myself. Usually, I am only free to run errands but, when it feels right, I’ll break free. I will run my errands and treat myself to lunch.  Truly, what a treat it is. I’m sure it may seem odd. Me, […]

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A Caregiver’s Story….Caregiver Burnout

***This post was written in September of 2016*** Today I have been reading about caregiver burnout. The article I read, directed me to a quiz to try and define where I am in my caregiver burnout journey. I have to say I was a bit surprised by my result, sorta. According to my self test and assessment, and […]

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