I started another collection a while back. Small tins. Here are a few. Most are smaller than their pictures…LOL.
9 hours, 20 minutes ago
hands in the garden
one hundred and thirteen pounds
of mush, brine and spine
old gray sausage
packed extra tight
rots my sofa
day and night
in wait… 9 more words
12 hours, 57 minutes ago
A Caregiving Marriage
I have been lucky to find a caregiver support group that meets once a month. This small group of 6-8 members has been invaluable to me. 464 more words
18 hours, 43 minutes ago
One of the biggest traps that I find myself in is Self-Judgment. When my son was first diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) I still worked a traditional full-time job. 622 more words
22 hours, 38 minutes ago
Gayle and Books
Honor’s life was complicated and did not have time for any attachments. She will find that attachments will come quickly when her life will be invaded by helpful neighbors.
1 day, 4 hours ago
The optometrist told him *possibly* Monday or Tuesday.
I kept him from bugging her Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday even though had to listen to his constant whining about it. 88 more words
1 day, 11 hours ago
One-on-one support for adults living with cancer.
The holiday season is a time of joy, a time for togetherness – and, let’s be honest – a time for crafting! Thanks to Support Volunteer Judy, we have step by step directions to create a wreath with your loved one. 263 more words
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