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"When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left, and could say, 'I used everything you gave me.' "--- Erma Bombeck Erma Bombeck (February 21, 1927 -- April, 22, 1996) was an American humorist, truly one of a dying breed. She was a very funny woman who found humor in small
every day things and in her suburban home life. She wrote 15 books. Most of them were best seller... Read More
CHAPTER ONE: As you read, remember that my DH has Alzheimer's and you will understand my happiness more. This has been an exciting time for us! Sorry for the "Short story" LOL Almost dark Sunday afternoon I went out to feed the birds. In the middle of our street was a small
white dog with black markings. It seemed to be lost and I was so afraid it would get hit by a car. I called and whistled for it and it did move to the side of the road. This morning, about 6 AM, I went out... Read More
The Smallest Caregiver
She may not have been a nurse, but Hannah found her own special way to be a caregiver.
By Karen Kosman
Our granddaughter Hannah had appointed herself Grandpa John's helper. She was too young to understand the meaning of "caregiver," but we all watched with astonishment as her heart led her to say and do things that brought comfort and hope. We'd just returned home from an appointment with John's orthopedic surgeon. Our daughter Cathy's blue v... Read More
"Hanging out shirts in the dirty breeze
And after it rains there's a rainbow
And all of the colors are black,
It's not that the colors aren't there
It's just imagination they lack.
Everything's the same back in my little town."
Lyrics from "My Little Town" by Paul Simon The Calendar I don't know if My Little Town lacks imagination or not, but politically correct, it ain't. Not anymore. I went to the mailbox today (you know one of the rural mailboxes that sits about tw... Read More