Merry Day-After-Christmas! I hope your holiday was delightful, full of sweet visits or phone calls! We enjoyed ours as well and now are looking forward to a new year full of God's love, grace, and provision (and as the grandkids would add – plenty of snow for a while too! ).
I know some people are making 2013 sound "woo woo" coz of the 13. But God reminded me that the 13 can also stand for One God, Three people = the Trinity. A lovely way to look at it, don't you think? I thought these would be lovely words of encouragement towards that end for all of us in AND out of the Sandwich eneration on this Word-Filled Wednesday!
New Years is traditionally a time for new habits, exciting changes, and intriguing challenges. That's definitely looking to be true for my Sandwich Generation family and myself, due to various health and other needs.
As a result one change you will be seeing is here at SandwichINK. After almost five years of blogging at SandwichINK for the Sandwich Generation every single day, I am going to try switching to primarily two times per week here at SandwichINK, along with one or two monthly posts at SandwichINK Real Estate Info – with information for all of us helping our senior parents with their housing needs.
Here at SandwichINK, I will continue to share resources, tips, and encouragement for the multigenerational caregiver with a weekly post for eldercare givers and a weekly post for all of us grandparents. This will enable me to keep sharing great resources here with you as well as ease my writing schedule a bit to free me up for the extra grandkid babysitting I've been doing and extra eldercaregiving my senior mom has been needing. And who knows, I might even be able to get started on a book idea I've been toying with for years!
So do keep visiting, sharing your ideas and input, and hanging in there. I know things are keeping you just as busy as well. But together we can keep helping each other on this journey called caregiving! Have a blessed week!
P.S. Thank you so much for your comments. I appreciate them very much and read each one. I also do my best to reply to them all but, as you can imagine, there are times (many times, lately :) ) when caregiving needs do not allow for that. Thank you for your patience and your sweet comments.