I just don’t know where time goes! Days, weeks, months, they fly right by me.
Slowing down allot since my two spinal surgeries in Feb. 2018. Didn’t get the results I’d hoped for with this surgery.
Still Volunteering at Kadlec Medical Center, ACS has pulled out. That leaves me keeping the program going. I’ve been busy the last couple months training new Volunteers.
Spring has finally arrived after seven weeks of allot of snow in Feb and Mar. Allot of yard cleanup to do and preparing garden for planting. Have gotten lettuce planted along with pepper and tomato plants. Trying a new tomato this year, Pineapple tomato, supposed to be low on acid and sweet, we’ll see!
WOW! It’s October 2017 already, where does time go?
I have no clue where the days go, but they sure fly right by me.
Just got home from Tennessee and met some very nice VietNam Veterans widows that lost their husbands to GBM also! My group has grown now to over 400 widows and new ones are finding me weekly.
Still fighting the VA to get GBM on the Presumptive List, a few widows have won their claims, but most of us have not.
Not what I was expecting to be doing when the New Year started.
Mom passed away on Dec. 30, 2014 after 6 month battle with cancer.
Yep! That “C” word hit the family again, we’ve lost too many family members to Cancer.
Another Veterans Day is upon us, this is the third one since we lost Rudy. Don’t know where the days, weeks, months and years go?
Always been so proud of his service to our country and wish the younger generations would do the same.
You never know ahead of time what way life will lead you. But here I find myself a caregiver again so soon!
2014 started not quite the way I expected, but when does life go as planned?
Weather’s been crazy this winter and the wind never seems to stop!
Missing Rudy and not feeling well do not mix either. But as my motto says “Life Goes On . . . One Day at a Time!”
Feeling alone, sad, sick, stressed . . . . . this is my life!