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Not long ago, I had the joy of sharing a hospital room with a very special woman for two weeks. Irene, at 92, was a spitfire when she was lucid, as endearing as a 2-year-old when she was not. She was afraid of the world at night and I would pull up a chair just to hold her hand through the dark hours to assure her that all was well. Her response… Read More

The Beloved Desk When I was a very young girl, my family had moved to a new city and we got an apartment from two lovely elderly sisters that resonated with kindness. One of the treasures that they gave us was a wooden desk with a drop table. When I was young, my mom used it as a storage area for many things from safety pins to bits of paper, bills, forgotten… Read More

Safe In the car.  Four children, five laundry baskets full of our clothes, toiletries and favourite stuffed animals.  Pillows, throw blankets, school bags and five empty stomachs.  One car full of worry.  One prayer that we all say.  New hope.  Desperate for a new beginning.  A phone call… a friend had a feeling to call.  Now we have somewhere to go.  Never will we go back to the yelling, the chaos, the… Read More

Today I Celebrate the Gift of Words It is funny.  I didn’t know what a blog was, I didn’t know that you could have followers, nor what internet interaction was at all.  I was home on a long sick leave from a few really nasty kidney stones and my eldest daughter told me to join MySpace to help pass the abundant time I was spending in bed.  I had no idea what… Read More

The Menu Planner So I finally did it. Cooking is neither a pleasure nor an strength of mine as there have always been people around that would cook instead of me. Isn’t that how it should be? I would even go as far as to say that we should ALL be able to afford a hired cook. I actually enjoy cooking once I put my mind to it. it is not the… Read More

Me.. March 2 – 17th, 2009 From Sad to Sadder; Glad to Gladder  Rheumatoid Arthritis moved into my life about eighteen months ago. This really has been a very sad and challenging thing to deal with on many levels, the worst of which has been emotionally. I had been diagnosed with Lupus at first in 1994 for a mild bout but then had a more moderate flare-up that lasted from 2003 to… Read More

For those that may have already read the previous post, I thought that I should perhaps shed some light on why I had chosen to share something so personal in explaining some of the challenges I am going through when indeed I was actually quite uncomfortable doing so.  As I say below, I truly hesitated to so, even feeling embarrassed at some of the issues that are more challenging to me right… Read More

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