Posts Tagged ‘ Caregivers ’

Having Fun is Hard…..

May 19, 2017
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I have been working diligently on my new website as well as doing a wonderful amount of speaking engagements for the last three months. I am so happy with my work right now.  I think…

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You talkin’ to me?

June 3, 2016
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What do you mean you're not Zsa Zsa?

So these stories about medical insurance could go on endlessly, but they give me such good material. My Mom called me a few days ago to tell me that she received eighteen EOBs (Explanation of…

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The Eyes Have It…………

March 31, 2016
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I thought I would return for a moment to my caregiver roots and relay a story told to me by my Mom, yesterday. My beautiful mother has been having some vision issues lately. She had…

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Fairy Tales Can Come True…..

March 1, 2016
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Last Wednesday I got the phone call every girl dreams of. Yes, George Clooney invited me to his lake house on the Amalfi Coast! No, it was better than that. My Congressman, Ryan Costello of…

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Want a Laugh? Call the VA….

February 22, 2016
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Although my caregiving duties have changed some, I still, like many a dutiful daughter have to deal with issues of the elderly. As I warned you a few weeks ago, my Mom is steeped in…

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Burritos or Betelgeuse……

March 5, 2015
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John and I were rumba-ing, quite nicely I might add, when my cell phone buzzed in my bottom. I was thinking I had the sexy rumba move down pat, but then realized it was my…

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You can’t get there from here……

October 21, 2014
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For October, I wanted to write about something really scary. I picked Medicare. One of Medicare’s absurd rules is how to transport the infirm. They will pay for transport from facility to facility, but they will…

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It’s Electric!

September 16, 2014
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I have a great bunch of gals in my book club. Everyone of them is in or has been in some stage of caregiving. What are the odds? Really high. Sometimes they let me share…

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Pizza, Pizza…………..

September 3, 2014
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Arising at 4 A.M. to get to my brother-in-law’s apartment before the ambulance transport so that I could quickly give him his medications before surgery, as archly instructed by the hospital staff, may have fuzzed up my mind.…

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“What do women want? Shoes.” Mimi Pond

August 6, 2014
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“What do women want? Shoes.” Mimi Pond

In honor of what would have been my mother-in-law’s 98th birthday, a shoe story comes to mind. About 2 years ago, Marie got very, very ill. She was in intensive care for a few weeks.…

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