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This is a rant, you may not want to read it.

I have never been more disappointed in the American people especially the men than I am these days.

Dear sirs political and the just plain misogynistic, 218 more words


Growing Up

Growing up, we all may not have had the most rose-colored childhood.  There are probably things that we wish we had; whether it be more attention, more love, more cuddles, more money to do the things we wanted, or even nicer clothing and toys.   1,101 more words


What is that ball of fire in the sky?

Wait… no, it’s gone.

Yes, we’ve had rain for days and about five minutes of sun yesterday afternoon which we greeted with cheers and applause. 53 more words


"How My Mom's Cancer Changed My Life: A Son's Story"

“Cancer is a leading cause of death around the world and its incidence continues to rise. Each year 12.7 million people discover they have cancer…

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MimiTa reblogged this on Musings of a Blueberry and commented:

Hello, all! I reblogged something from "Help Our Momma" yesterday about the transportation difficulties of caregivers. This time, I am reblogging the story behind the "Help Our Momma" Blog for any of you who are interested in the story. As someone with relatives who are struggling with cancer and relatives who have passed away due to cancer, I empathize with his struggles, although I have to admit that my struggles with family with cancer were definitely not as difficult to bear as his. I hope to spread his story for any of you who can relate and also to offer my support for him. I strongly encourage you to check it out, as this story gives a lot of insight into the struggles of caregivers. Thank you for your time in reading this post! Wishing you the best, MimiTa

A Thank You Note to My Father's Nurses

Photo Credit:  Quotesgram

It was you who gave my dying father exemplary nursing care with stellar kindness and compassion. You touched our hearts and comforted our spirits during the darkest moment of our lives. 223 more words

“Using the iPad with a Person who has Dementia” Seminar

Being a computer technology consultant and being in the field for over forty years, shortly after my wife was diagnosed with Frontotemporal Dementia, I began looking for ways to use technology to help her. 148 more words