Tag Archives: unconditional love

Returns, returns and more returns

Today was my errand day for Time to Care. I had to return many products to many different locations for one particular client. Although most people would tend to think of this part of my ‘job’ as awful, I look … Continue reading

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Hope I am doing enough this week!

This week has been a really crazy ride. Monday we discovered that my little brother was dead and had been all weekend. I was devastated to say the least! He was my best friend and confidant and I will forever … Continue reading

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Sometimes clients are more like friends

When the chips are down, sometimes clients have the wherewithal to be your best friends. They want the very best for you because you give the best of yourself to them. I experienced that type of love and devotion tonight … Continue reading

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Got a Valentine that meant everything to me!

Yesterday I was so busy doing home things in addition to bookkeeping and organizing for the business that I did not even bother to get the mail. So when I went grocery shopping for some of my clients, I did … Continue reading

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When holding hands is all you need

I can walk into a client’s home and derive just what type of day it will be by what that client wants to do during my visit. Some days we are busy eating, doing exercises, puzzles and crafts, where other … Continue reading

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The day after

As I went down into my basement today to retrieve some apples for lunches, I waited cautiously to hear a soft meow which never came thrusting me back into reality and the fact that I will never again have a … Continue reading

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To have and to hold

I can’t tell you how many times I hear people of all ages say, ‘Well, this is my last pet. It is just too hard to lose them.’ Does this mean that they would rather be all alone and loveless, … Continue reading

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