Monthly Archives: March 2015

Everywhere I go, I see potential

Tonight in Mass, I made an effort to move a couple pews forward in order to shake the hand of an elderly gentleman that was all alone during the ritual of ‘Peace.’ Seeing elderly folks all alone does something to … Continue reading

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Analyzing Finding Nemo and Dementia

After watching the Moving Finding Nemo yesterday, I got to thinking just how much the character Dorie reminds me of some of my clients. When I got home, I looked up movies that contained references toward this actual mind-boggling breakdown … Continue reading

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Finding Nemo

Today was such an enjoyable day which began with watching the movie Finding Nemo. I had forgotten how much I enjoyed that film until I could see it through the eyes of a loving senior. The color, the action and … Continue reading

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More shopping on the horizon

Today is yet another shopping day to enjoy. I am cooking and baking this morning, doing dishes at home, then shopping, cleaning, getting timesheets signed and shopping all before I do anything with my family. I love getting out and … Continue reading

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Big shopping day to enjoy

Each week a client and I go out shopping for a day or two. It is really great therapy for each of us in our own way. We get to laugh and giggle and just have a marvelous time together. … Continue reading

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Love, love and more love

Each day for the past couple of weeks, my clients and their family members have reached out to me to see if I needed any help and to offer their services to me. I guess the fact that I show … Continue reading

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Brand new week to shine

Well, it is Monday morning and instead of waking to rays of beautiful spring sunshine to carry me out the door, I have awoken to about two inches of that white fluffy stuff that we call snow. Darn! This will … Continue reading

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