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Yearly Archives: 2015

Serial hugger. Anywhere, anytime, a hug could come your way. Going to get a drink of water in the kitchen? Watch out, the hug interceptor might stop you in your tracks. A hug here, a hug there, frequent hugs would suit him just fine. One week with two-year-old grandson Joseph was chock-full of hugs. Hugs […]

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These two… Go in public with them and all identity is lost. The handsome man in the power wheelchair with all the bells and whistles is eye catching. He’s eye catching when not in the chair, put him in the chair and there you go the attention increases ten fold. I picked a good one […]

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Maybe when you read the title you thought I must mean the tools of caregiving because this is after all posted in the caregiving blog. Yes, there are many caregiving tools I can write about and share with others though that is not what this is about. This is about real, physical tools to take […]

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We sit in the middle of construction to make the house accessible, adaptive to accommodate the ever-encroaching ALS that has taken up residence in Tom’s body. The Veteran’s Administration is paying for it. They pay for it because veterans get ALS at twice that of non-veterans. No one knows why or if they know they […]

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