Category Archives: Friendship

I hate to see anyone sad! – (Posted late on 02/07 from 02/05)

Daily visits ordinarily mean that I pick up on the little subtleties in my clients’ lives. Sometimes I hear secrets that I keep to myself; many of these secrets have everything to do with their family members. Since my clients … Continue reading

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Spending a few hours with a 95-year-old angel

There are just some people that brighten life as we know it. Many of my clients offer me so much more than simply being my client. They are my friends, my confidants, and my healers. They teach and guide me … Continue reading

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Timeout for a tribute to ‘The True Scott!’

Today was the memorial service for the father/grandfather of a great friend and a boy that is just like a son to me. In fact, I consider him a second son ever since he and Reese were in Kindergarten together … Continue reading

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The younger the better!

As I stated earlier, elderly individuals love children and sometimes have no resource to being around them. Celebrating Thanksgiving with children can build a renewed spirit and give seniors a spring back to their step! It is a great way … Continue reading

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One year and counting

Audrey and I have achieved a huge milestone! On Thursday, September 5th, we have been together through Time to Care for one whole year. This is a wonderful achievement and one that I am truly honored to be a part … Continue reading

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Good to be back

I always have to wonder after a few days hiatus if my seniors will be happy to see me or if they would just as soon still have me gone. It must be a deep-seated insecurity that I will no … Continue reading

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Emotional support

On Wednesday, the last day that I worked with Audrey before I left to take my son to The Citadel on Thursday, we had a deep discussion about God and change and love and acceptance. I am realizing, as a … Continue reading

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