Monthly Archives: May 2015

Great talk with a good friend about the future of Time To Care (Posted late on 05/31 from 05/30)

I really love elderly care as many people have read about over the past year or so. I love to take care of people and see them at their happiest and their lowest. I just simply love to do what … Continue reading

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An unusually quiet day for a great lady (Posted late on 05/31 from 05/29)

As disease spreads through her system, this lady continues to amaze me. The pain that she must be experiencing has bent even the hardest of individuals in two; making them squirm and cry out for help. Yet, there is never … Continue reading

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This business is more than providing elders with care

In order to be the best elderly caregiver, I do a lot of research in hopes of being the best. I also want to have the business end of things in tip top shape. In order to meet that goal, … Continue reading

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Feeling guilt ridden

Today I woke again really early with massive amounts of stuff on my mind. I was supposed to go shopping once again, but I feel as though I am choking on my own air. I think that my brother’s death … Continue reading

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Another day, another shopping excursion

I just have to wonder why Mother Nature is trying her damndest to throw me off guard with the icky weather conditions that my client and I must face each week during our shopping excursions. Although weather cannot be put … Continue reading

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Family can be confusing

Since this past weekend was Memorial Day weekend, many family members travelled to visit elders – even many of my clients were able to visit with family that they ordinarily do not get an opportunity to see on a regular … Continue reading

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I shook two veterans’ hands today

As an elderly caregiver, you just never know who you will have the privilege of getting to care for. I am entirely blessed to have not one but two U.S. Military veterans that I serve. One of my two veterans … Continue reading

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