This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #CaringMadeEasy #CollectiveBias Our Mother is 88 years old. She has always been a very independent, strong, hardworking woman. She raised five children, … [Read more...] about We Depend On Depend® To Keep Our Mother Comfortable
Mama spent a week in the hospital. Her kidney function is back to 100% and her blood pressure is stabilized. While she is well enough to not be in the hospital, she is not well enough to go home by herself. We have moved her to a rehab/ assisted living facility to regain her … [Read more...] about Update On Mama
My Mama is the best cook that ever lived. When I was growing up I never wanted to eat at anyone else's house because no one could cook like my Mama could. She is the one who taught me to cook, and over the years since I became an adult, I called her so many times to ask her "how … [Read more...] about My Mama
When Becky was here a while back, she gave us the news that she is going to be getting married. We are very excited and happy for her. We have not met her young man yet, but will when we go to Georgia this winter. She is very nervous about her Dad meeting The Guy. Dad is just … [Read more...] about Mother Of The Bride
I'm sitting here tonight, wondering how in the world it got to be October 6th already, and thinking I only have 18 days before we leave the North Rim to go to Alabama. I am psyched for traveling again, and really glad that I'll be in a place where I'll see water every day. I am … [Read more...] about Where Does The Time Go?
Jim and I were watching Good Morning America this morning, and they had some “boy band” on singing their latest hit. The name of the band doesn’t matter. And of course, there was a throng of screaming girls standing outside the studio, waving signs and looking as if they might … [Read more...] about What Was Her Mother Thinking???
The other day I was looking at my younger daughter Emily’s MySpace page, and saw that in the space where you can name who your heros are, she had written “My Mom”. So, I went to Rebecca’s page, and saw that she, too, had named me as her hero. I have never considered myself to be … [Read more...] about What Do They Really Mean When They Say I Am Their Hero?
We went down to visit with Seth, Sarah and Michael in Wahington, D.C. We spent the night on Tuesday night and came home on Wednesday. Before we left to come home, I took Sarah shopping for Michaels school uniforms. She has been diagnosed with gestational diabetes. The baby is … [Read more...] about Sarah and the Diabetes Scare