Monthly Archives: February 2011

Monday’s Question

Since it has been over 2 months since I’ve had a Monday’s Question, I thought I would give it another try.  Hoping for some good participation/comments/replies!!!!!!! As a child, what is one thing you always hated to hear your parents say … Continue reading

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Books I Want to Read in 2011

I still have three books from last year’s list I never got around to reading, so I’m moving them to the top of this year’s list.  Here we go!  Gone With the Wind– by Margaret Mitchell  The Wisdom of Menopause– by … Continue reading

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A Daughter’s Journey Through Cancer- Part 10 (the final part)

There is a time for everything,   and a season for every activity under the heavens:  a time to be born and a time to die,   a time to plant and a time to uproot,   a time to kill and a … Continue reading

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A Daughter’s Journey Through Cancer- Part 9

When we started receiving care with Alive Hospice for both my mother and father, we were given a white notebook which was a hospice guide for both the patient and the caregivers.  This notebook contained important phone numbers, and an overview … Continue reading

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A Daughter’s Journey Through Cancer- Part 8

Mother was admitted to the Alive Hospice Residence in October, about a year and a half after she was first diagnosed with bile duct cancer.  At the residence, mother seemed to always enjoy the pet therapy visitors.  There was one in particular she really … Continue reading

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