The following article is an open letter to American Christians. It has nothing to do with Dementia or Caregivers. Rather, it's about the current obsession, many Christians have, with conspiracy theories. In this letter I am calling us to leave accusations and slander behind. This is a call to prayer. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Pentecost Sunday falls on … Continue reading To AMERICAN CHRISTIANS
Monday, March 23 – Zachary and Gina, called Monday morning to see how we were getting along. Gina is in Medical School, at Wayne State in Detroit, and they began to share some of the horrors of Coruna virus that she had heard about from her friends in various hospitals. They were hoping to help … Continue reading A Mad Dash to Michigan
How are you all doing? Life, as we know it, has been set aside while the world fights the Corona Virus. We’re in Michigan and have been ordered to stay home, except for absolute necessities, like groceries, and medicine. I don’t mind staying home since it helps me to focus on things that I have … Continue reading March 2020
This week has been better in a lot of ways: With the new plugs for the drier installed, we are able to wash and dry our clothes while doing other chores. Harriet hates to go to the Laundromat which added stress to her life, and that is never good for someone with Dementia. I seem … Continue reading February 14 – Happy Valentine’s day.
My friend Bill was staying in a motel just outside of New York City, when he noticed a rash on both ankles. He had seen news reports on Television about the bedbug infestation in hotels and motels across America, and he knew his rash was from those nasty creatures. He was angry at the Motel … Continue reading Overcoming the darkness
NOTE: For some reason I keep getting a huge blank space between paragraphs. Please continue to scroll down past these spaces. The article ends with me asking you to pray for us. Sorry about this, I have corrected the problem four times and it keeps popping back up. + + + + + + + … Continue reading Still Walking in the Dark