Monthly Archives: August 2012

Going Out Isn’t Easy

For most people, deciding to go somewhere is simply a matter of making the decision to go and then going.  For people who are mobilized through the power of a wheelchair, that process is a little more complex. Lynn and … Continue reading

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I DON’T WANT TO BE A MAN!

As a caregiver, I’m asked to assume many roles–comforter, nurse, counselor, banker, chauffeur, and many others; but the one role that I really hate is being the man-of-the-house.  I’m sure the same holds true for men who are caregivers to women.  … Continue reading

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God’s Blessings

Often my journal entries discuss the challenges of being a caregiver but today I want to share a blessing–my church family. Before Lynn was diagnosed with MS, he and I were very involved in our church.  We both were in … Continue reading

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Was That a Vacation?

We were on vacation when I wrote this blog this week. I was not able to post a blog this week because, unknown to us, the condo we use changed their practice this past year and each home owner is … Continue reading

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