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Easy Rider

After getting Dad home after the bladder infection, things began to return to normal… or as normal as living with Lewy could be. On the surface, things seemed pretty much as they had been. We were offered Homecare, and Meals … Continue reading

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Ants on the wall

That summer (2008), Dad got a bladder infection. Even though I had spent some time working in the medical field, I had no idea. Dad went to bed one night just fine, but woke up very, very sick. He called … Continue reading

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The little red scooter.

The summer before Lewy began to appear on a regular basis, Dad had moved in with Sweetie K  (my daughter) and I.Lewy pretty much stayed away until night so our biggest concern was the falling and Dads loss of direction. … Continue reading

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Hello Lewy

My father has Lewy Body Dementia, the second most common form of dementia after Alzheimer’s, but one that is relatively unknown, even among caregivers and physicians.  As a result I’ve spent a lot of time learning all I can from … Continue reading

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Dog Days of August

I’m in the home stretch of my annual vacation (5 days left beore returning to work). I’ve had a very restful staycation spent puttering around the house and getting a feel for what retirement might look like. I must admit … Continue reading

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Take the money and run? I don’t think so.

Something’s been bugging me all afternoon. Earlier today, while checking out my Facebook, I found a reply to a post on the wall of a “de-churched” friend. The post was in the “I’m spiritual but not religious” vein, and didn’t … Continue reading

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What about the young ‘uns?…a bit of a rant.

There was a short posting over at RevGals a few days (weeks?) ago that I’ve been mulling over. The posting spoke about how the next generation of church members (30-40’s) are not interested in getting involved in church governance. Some … Continue reading

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