Senior Citizen Care Is In The News!
Caregivers need to be proactive about taking steps to avoid burnout. It’s vital for us to build a network of people who can help us in our elder care-giving.
Sick Day Sunday School Sing-a-long for Grandkids
My east coast grandkids are getting over a round of the flu coupled with colds so today was another non-church day for them. Their folks and I did the round robin with them. They went to early service while I babysat. Then it was my turn for late service – and a VERY good service it […]
SandwichINK Twitter Link Round Up 1/9/09
Twitter resources for the Sandwich Generation senior home care giver and grandparent including dementia care, recipes, and recipe scams.
Caregivers: Peace in the Midst of the Fiery Furnace
Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego. Three names that many people know well, even some who haven’t read a Bible in years. If you don’t recognize their names, you might recognize this phrase – the three men in the fiery furnace! Their story is told in the book of Daniel, which I am currently studying over a […]
I Know Who Holds The Future
As I write this, CNN, Fox News, Drudge Report and other news sites are reporting that Wall Street is doing awful, more banks are expected to fail, and the economy worldwide is in a world of hurt! Dealing with senior citizens who often live off investments means that all this can impact us in a […]
Strength For the Weary Caregiver
The worship music at my church is one of the highlights for me each Sunday. I love singing to praise God and am so blessed as I do it. I hope and pray I am a blessing to Him as well! Fortunately, as most of us know well, the Psalms say to make a joyful […]
Hiding God’s Word in Our Hearts
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 […]