As a Work At Home Mom /Grandmom / Caregiver, I’ve learned to work while waiting at doctors and dentists offices using free WiFi, when I can find it. Here’s how.
Have you discovered the wonderful resources for Bible study that are available to us online! There are several excellent sites out there just waiting for us to dig deeper into the Word and I plan to share my favorites over the next few months. Today I am especially excited as I just discovered a brand […]
Merck is very well known for their medical manuals. I have two fat paperbacks by them in my bookcase. They are wonderful when we have a mystery ailment that needs “diagnosing.” One is “The Merck Manual of Medical Information” which covers pretty much every symptom I’ve ever come across. The other is “The Merck Manual […]
Do you have a neighbor who has been rushed to the hospital? Or one who has just been moved to a care facility? Or do you, perhaps, have one who has become confined to their bed? Are you wanting to help but don’t know how or what to do? Welcome to my world! Been there, […]
Fun way to help you stay close to your long distance grandkids is fun care packages. My senior mom and I love to send ours inexpensive coloring books and pages
Church was great today! The music was wonderful and the sermon was interesting, educational, and funny (I love that combination). We were reminded of the importance of hiding God’s Word in our hearts that we might not sin against God. My memory is not so hot for memorizing any more but as I keep helping grandkids […]
Caregivers need to know that inflammatory breast cancer, often misdiagnosed as mastitis, is the most aggressive form of breast cancer. Early detection is vital.
The Sandwich Generation issues of caring for elderly parents and grandkids can include unexpected trips to the hospital. A list of what to pack is a big help!