An empty bed, an empty chair, and an empty place in our hearts. ❤️Read more
Goodbye, Dad. For anyone who’s followed my blog for the last year or so, you have seen our journey and struggle as Dad progressed with Parkinson’s and Lewy Body Dementia. It’s been so hard to watch him suffer, lose weight, become confused, and just turn into the shell of the wonderful man that he was….Read more
Tools to preserve quality of life and to spark memories Continuing my series on Tips and Tools for Lewy Body Dementia in the later stages, we will talk today about maybe the most important and meaningful aspect. When a person is declining with any type of dementia, the familiar becomes more important than anything else….Read more
People with dementia have special needs when it comes to eating, drinking, and taking medication. Continue reading to learn some simple tools that will help!Read more
Part Two in the series featuring Tips and Tools for Lewy Body Dementia. This article discusses tools for safety and comfort.
A fun poem to remind us of what’s important on the homesteadRead more
Helpful equipment tools to help you care for your loved one with Lewy Body Dementia and other bed-bound loved ones in the late stagesRead more
Just putting some thoughts into words. ✍️Read more
“The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much.”
Frozen water lines, no sun, what’s an off-gridder to do?
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Christmas has passed–how was yours? I will admit–I was not at all I to Christmas this year. No decorations, no excitement, and up until the last week, no presents. My mind was too divided. Even my annual photo calendar tradition, or especially this project, just kept getting put off. Then I finally decided to just…Read more
Continuing my thankful habit: Neckties. Today I looked over at my husband’s rack of neckties, and I had to smile. I recalled a day last week much like today. Cold, rainy, dark. We’d gone into town in search of yet another part for a project, and my husband obliged me by agreeing to stroll through…Read more
It’s Wednesday, and we are happy campers!Read more
Showing up, being thankful.Read more
Thankful, Day 2, and what does the police have to do with that?Read more