I have not felt better in a long time as I feel now. Things are beginning to fall back in place for me. My mind is clear, my body is feeling much stronger and I am writing more regularly. My health has improved and I am so grateful to God Almighty.Yesterday was a wonderful day. I took time to walk with my elderly friend, recently diagnosed in the early stages of Alzheimer Disease. We walked at a fast pace on the golf course close by for 2 hours. We then stopped for lunch at a nearby restaurant.
In spite of all my adversities I am moving in the right direction. Occasionally, I check my site to see where I need to improve knowing that I have not been publishing as regularly as I should. Recently, I viewed my Google ranking and discovered caringforcaregiver.com is on page 1 in the 4th position with a number of mentions following. There’s even mention of a blog post that I did on WA. What a boost for me?I am so encouraged I am digging deeper within to find the strength and the will
I am in a beautiful place today and I’m making the best of it. I have life and the ability to make a difference in our world.I will not focus on what I lack, instead, I am thankful for all the blessings and good things I already have. Today, I am focusing on creating new value. I am writing and self publishing my first book in my chosen Niche, Caring for Caregiver.With an open heart and mind and a huge smile on my face I open my life to all good possibilities without any restrictions or c
I am back after an emotional roller coaster. My time away was a reality check as to the fragility of this precious life. I do not wish to be morbid, however, sharing through writing is therapeutic for me in moving forward.Here’s the scoop! On September 3, 2015 my cousin Colette Ali Hospedales, age 35, was laid to rest.On September 4, 2015, my nephew Roger Xavier Stewart, age 47, was also laid to rest. I traveled to Trinidad in the Caribbean to be with my family and we found strength i
My journey for the past six months has become more challenging as I deal with my own health in addition to my family members.On Saturday, August 22, 2015 my nephew Roger Stewart (47) years, suffered a massive stroke and passed away in Trinidad & Tobago on Thursday, August 27, 2015. His mother, residing in the United States is unable to travel to the Caribbean for his burial as she too is dealing with medical issues and must stay put.My spouse has mobility issues with multiple sclerosis.Anot
Since joining Wealthy Affiliate 6 months ago I am having a great learning experience.I had no idea how to build a website, post a blog or insert mages into a page, to name a few of the things I have since learned.However, the most important part of this journey is the opportunity to share my experiences as a caregiver with the world while continuing to learn.I started off with great expectations and was progressing well; however, life happens and I am faced with setbacks.My role as spouse/caregi
Service as a caregiver can be defined as the art of taking such good care of yourself that you automatically take good care of others. When you are filled with love, happiness and compassion the desire to share these qualities is effortless, because that’s who you are.Service is one of the great open secrets of the world that by serving others you serve yourself. This is what Ralph Waldo Emerson said. “It is one of the beautiful compensations of this life that no one can sincerely try to hel
On Monday June 15, 2015, my MS support group met for our regular monthly meeting.We listened intently and shared our experiences over the past month in a no holds barred environment. One member shared with us a poem she received from her then young daughter written by her several years ago however, her daughter kept the poem her secret. Now an adult, married and living abroad she carefully chose the time to send the poem to her mother, May 27, World MS Day.Here’s the story: This young girl’s