Monthly Archives: July 2011

Miracles can happen…

The following story was sent to me by a reader and we both wanted to share with you… My mom’s 86.  Almost 50 years ago she had to have one shrunken diseased kidney filled with stones removed and she has … Continue reading

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Art activities

Mom and I were at recreation the other day, creating sand art.  Everyone had an outlined picture (turtles, fish, flowers) on sticky paper and tubs of different colored sand.  Kind of like a sand-by-number.  I sat a table with Mom … Continue reading

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Summertime Summertime Sum-Sum-Summertime…

My mother has been ‘out of sorts’ and being treated for dehydration (may cause lack of appetite, dizziness, disorientation).  She was sleeping and I gently woke her.  “What time is it?” she asked, then glanced at the clock and gave … Continue reading

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Happy-Happy Land

I had a wild conversation with my mother the other day.  Often, our conversations revolve around family, food or the weather.  On this day, I was sitting behind her, rubbing Bengay on her back (another fall).  She says, “Sometimes I … Continue reading

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