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ALS can steal and steal and steal in ways that can’t be prevented…at least not yet. It can’t steal hope, desire, and plans for the future. Tom’s Marine Corps garden. He has desired a garden with Marine Corps colors since we moved into the house 8 years ago. He loved to garden. He was our […]

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Waiting… Caregivers often do a lot of waiting. The longer we are a caregiver the more waiting we will do. We have often waited in so many healthcare waiting rooms we could write Yelp reviews like nobody’s business. We wait for appointments with the person we care for in all kinds of healthcare specialty practices […]

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July 8, 2020 ~Sausage, pepper, and onions. This is one of those meals I remember my mom making and loving it! As long as she made some sweet sausage along with the spicy kind I was good to go. Sausage, pepper, and onions are one of my favorites. My mom did not make it often […]

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Credit: National Museum of American History July 3, 2020 ~ We’ve made many good meals over the last few weeks. We always have some leftover. At some point, one must dispose of the extras piling up in the fridge by either consuming or tossing them. Conservationtionists at heart we find ways to use them. According […]

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June 25, 2020 ~ Pat. Pat. Pat. Patting ourselves on the back. We successfully accomplished fifteen days of different dinners! If I were to classify my enjoyment level of cooking prior to the challenge I’d put it at neutral. These past two weeks I have intentionally created meals more than I have over our forty […]

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