Tag Archives: sorrow

Day 3 (continued) and Day 4 with Dad


[Please note the actual events happened on the days and dates in parenthesis.  I really had great intentions of communicating this to you, dear readers, but like many thoughts lately, it’s there and then, poof, it’s gone!  I’m sorry for … Continue reading

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In the Waiting


Dad is still in the hospital and we are waiting, just waiting.  Over the weekend I re-read Dad’s Living Will/Advanced Health Care Directives.  I cried.  Last time I read it, I got choked up and put it away.  There is … Continue reading

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Texting Can Wait Documentary


It is rare I urge folks to do something, but this is one video everyone must see.  AT & T produced a documentary on the devastating, and sometimes deadly, consequences of texting and driving. Texting can wait.  This powerful, powerful … Continue reading

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Back to the Beginning: Father’s Day and Dysfunctional Families (posted June 21, 2009)


I wonder if there were classifications for dysfunctional families just where we would fit in, mild, moderate, severe? I visited my Dad in the rehab facility he’s at since his fall. He’s not the type of person who likes to … Continue reading

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