Month: February 2018

The Other Side of the Heart

It’s been a good week in some ways.  We’re getting over our sicknesses.  The weather has been nice.  I get a few hours in the morning to work on projects. But then there’s the other side. 1) The other day I realized how much anger I have had brewing.  Anger at situations.   Anger at people.  Anger at finances.  Anger at everything from which I feel suffering and have tried desperately to change but feel so helpless and powerless to change.    I wrote this in my other blog ( Anger is internalized frustration with circumstances we feel unable to change....

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River people, Louis Vieux and More

One thing mom and I do a lot when she gets the jitters is to drive.  The vestibular motion of the car helps reduce her anxiety greatly.  She keeps telling me to keep a blog of the things we see and do.  Even if it’s just one sentence.  So here it is. Two days ago we went driving and found a little river community of run-down trailers.  They looked about ready to collapse but at the same time, this obviously unwealthy community had the best view of the river we have ever seen. Next we went on a random...

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We’re All Sick Around Here

It’s that time of year again – sick season. We were find until I went to a health conference.  It all ended there.  I came home and a few days later came down sick.  Next my mom.  Then her husband.  It’s not been pretty. Thankfully mom is in a much better place that she can handle being sick.  Glad for that. Ready for it to be over. It’s the life of ...

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The Day My Earth Tilted

It really wasn’t an ordinary day.  I was pleading God every night on my knees for 2 years to escape a miserable situation (wasn’t caregiving).  The time had finally come.  I had just the previous week signed a contract on a job that would take me far away.  I was finalizing some housing in the new location and was on the phone when I heard a huge thud.  There were no loud shouts or screams so I continued my conversation. A few minutes later my mom’s husband calls to me and tells me it was an emergency. Mom was...

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