Posts Tagged ‘family caregiver’

OMG! Come See Me at the Farmers Market.

September 29, 2016

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3 Weeks Left . . .

September 18, 2016

Oct. 9, 2016, Health Faire and Safety Show. 9 AM – 1 PM. Check it out!

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Lakes Recreation Center, 19251 N Westbrook Parkway, Peoria AZ

 

 

 

Read Me a Caregiver Love Story

March 21, 2016

Tell me, overworked, stressed-out caregivers, would you like to listen to a caregiver love story with end of chapter helpful hints while you rest your eyes?  Listening to my book on-the-go, I’ve been told, would be perfect. So I am considering ACX the Audiobook Creation Exchange. They make it sound easy. What do you think?

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Caregiving Like It Is

February 2, 2015

Honest caregiver talk Part 2 hits home.  Listen to this chat to overcome that isolated, overwhelmed feeling. Rebecca asks such probing questions.  I told it all.  Try to forget what has changed.  Don’t stew about the future.  Focus on the golden moments.  An inspiring estate sale around Mt. Tabor Park.  An artist who left behind an ink and white paper drawing.

Caregiver Chat at Improvement Radio

Mom's last Mother's Day at Crystals Springs.

Mom’s last Mother’s Day at Crystals Springs.

Caregiving is intimate . . . it made me fall in love with my husband all over again.

December 1, 2014
Rich on a good day

Rich on a good day

It was a hot summer day, but a good day for Rich. He was strong enough to accompany me to a dinner function. As you can see. I was thrilled.

Title Survey

June 16, 2014

I had a title for my caregiver book long before I finished writing it. It was a title I was in love with because it was the center of my relationship with Rich. It was down-to-earth, direct, but with a hint of humor. It came from his words to me at the end of Chapter 10– “Hold My Hand, But Don’t Rub It.”

My editor convinced me that the real “ah, ha” moment of my book happens later in Chapter 17 (Last Call). And that is the title that made it to the cover.

I wonder what readers think. Do you like the current title “More Thank I Could Ever Know” or do you think “Hold My Hand, But Don’t Rub It” better?