Summer is flying by fast, and you’re trying to get last minute trips in, including visits with your parents and the grandkids.
You missed the step, tripped over a toy, fell off the ladder…Whatever the cause, you’re suddenly laid up with something in a cast and you’re ready to climb the walls.
Mom and Dad are getting older, which means lots of changes are on the way. You may be walking down paths you’ve never experienced before.
Summer is finally here! Family picnics, walks in the park, lounging by the pool, s’mores by campfire… And bringing Grandma along can create some wonderful memories.
You’ve spent your whole life moving and shaking, and now that you’re retired, your body’s whispering maybe it needs a rest.
Father’s Day—Home of the “Grill Master” apron and football on the lawn. It tends to be a relaxed day of fun and food and avoiding the wayward frisbee whizzing by your head.
When I was young, my church had the best Mother’s Day tradition for honoring moms: They brought a huge box of rosebud boutonnieres, and everyone chose one. Red if your mother was living, white if she had passed on.
You know those times when you ask Grandma what she needs, and she says, “Oh, nothing, Honey.”
Don’t believe her.
She has the same needs that you do. What are they?
A nurse is coming to pre-screen Dad, checking to see if he can move into assisted living, and you’re on pins and needles.