It’s been a week since Henry left us. Exactly one week since that awful day. Now, I think of him running happily, somewhere in the great beyond. A few days after he passed, I learned of the Rainbow Bridge, where … Continue reading
2007 – 2019 I’ve been wanting to do another post about Henry, but as he got older he seemed to become more settled in his ways. He’d spend even more time napping, resting and sleeping with quiet abandon. And did … Continue reading
This month has flown by like a crocodile gliding downhill on a skate board. First I started my Improv classes. Then I went down to Austin for my son’s wedding and got all choked up when I stood up to say a few words. Continue reading
Happy New Year!
By the way, when is the right time to stop saying that? I mean if you ask me, I’d say it well into April. I’m thinking April 15, Tax Day, might be the cut-off. Continue reading
I naively asked one of the staff, “Why can’t these seniors get their tray of food themselves? Why do we need to bring it to them?”
Frankly, I thought it would it would be more efficient for them to get their own food. But when I learned the reason for doing it this way, I felt a bit sheepish for asking. Continue reading