Monthly Archives: January 2015

A Day in the Life: Standing in the Gap

The last week has been a blur, a very difficult blur. When my other dad went into the hospital after suffering what appeared to be a stroke late Sunday night, I was numb, hearing the words, understanding them intellectually, but … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life: A Stroke of Bad Luck

Last year, another blogger friend wrote about her experiences as a caregiver for an elderly loved one. I find myself in the same position, though I’m not nearly so eloquent as she. Today is a physical recap of this week’s … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life: Miracle Noodles?

I must admit that I haven’t really cooked in nearly two weeks, a most unusual state of affairs. I love to cook, but I’ve been on the feast end of the freelancer’s feast or famine cycle for the past month. … Continue reading

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