Monthly Archives: December 2014

Aging can really change our minds

Where once we may have been free thinkers, organized thinkers or deep thinkers, age can sometimes really take a toll. Nothing about anything seems to satisfy some elders when their minds get clogged by mental disease or anguish. The more … Continue reading

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Back at it

Although today will be a reduced day of work (as will this entire week), it will feel good to get back in the saddle. Elderly caretaking is a position that I take very seriously. It is a great responsibility to … Continue reading

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Preparing a grocery list and studying

While I have learned so much over the past two-and-a-half years, there is an abundance of stuff that I know nothing about. I certainly wish that I did know everything, but that is impossible. The great thing is that I … Continue reading

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It’s the weekend again (Posted late on 12/28 from 12/27)

This weekend is just the beginning of a very slow and much deserved week. Thankfully I only have about half of my clients this week; a chance to regroup before the first of the year when everything will return to … Continue reading

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Waiting to see if I have to work (Posted late on 12/28 from 12/26)

While I was not scheduled to help out any elders today, you just never know what will come up. I just have to wait to see if I have to work when and if the opportunity arises. My clients have … Continue reading

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Christmas confusion (Posted late on 12/28 from 12/25)

After a long day of family activity, it is no wonder that an elder’s mind would get overwhelmed and they could feel confused long after the celebration has been completed with family and friends. Sometimes the confusion manifests itself when … Continue reading

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A couple last stops before the holiday (Posted late on 12/28 from 12/24)

Today I had to stop by to get my timesheet signed at one client and then drop off Christmas treats to another client. The first was confused as to why I was not staying while the latter was just happy … Continue reading

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