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Apparently I'm the Only One Who Does This

Last month, I was a bit frenzied as I prepared for an upcoming trip out of state during which I would be chaperoning 8 teenage girls.   484 more words

Humor

My Dad’s a Goldfish - Personal Care

The new shower looks good, there’s a shower chair as well so the Goldfish doesn’t have to stand up and it will be easy to keep the shower area clean. 991 more words

Alzheimers

Get The Most From Your Memory Through Some Great Advice

TIP! Taking regular breaks while working or studying will allow you to better absorb and remember the information you have been working with. This makes it easier for you to retain important matters more effectively. 1,228 more words

Just a Pat on the Hand

I was not at my best yesterday.  Four hours of sleep and the stress of getting Mom’s apartment ready to pack evidently were not a good combination.  245 more words

Caregiver

Dear Dad // No. 14

Dear Dad,

I’ve  been thinking about love lately. About the twists and turns love requires of us. About the hardships.

When you’re young, you think love will be grand. 1,981 more words

Family

No Reason to Go Back

Winsted is where I first became conscious of the notion of happiness. I was eight years old and walking up Walnut Street on my way to art lessons at the Beardsley & Memorial Library. 3,685 more words

Rose Terry's Story

Telling my story is very painful. I’ve cried a swimming pool full of tears and I feel so old now disabled at only 59!  It’s been 7 long painful years that Levaquin has taken from me!It was March 20, 2007 when I was handed a package of 10 antibiotic pills called Levaquin which I faithfully took for a bronchial condition and possible pneumonia. 1,294 more words