Monthly Archives: June 2011

The art of Medicare

I forgot to mention in last week’s blog entry about shoe-shopping (and cloud gazing) with Mom – My mother wanted to purchase a pair of shoes that would feel so comfortable on her feet, they would send her to “another … Continue reading

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Be in the moment…

I’ve been working with a therapist, attempting to understand and untangle these past few months (though she would say it’s been going on a lot longer). Anyway, one thing we’ve talked at length about is my vicious super-ego, my inner … Continue reading

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The phone rang early on Tuesday morning.  The nursing home called to say Mom had fallen and needed some stitches.  More than likely, she’d gotten tangled in the hose of her oxygen tank.  I was scheduled to do an afternoon … Continue reading

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