Sunday, April 16, 2006


One of the hazards of being a caregiver for a dementia patient is that their care is a bottomless pit into which it is easy to fall.
Today I put a fair number of hours into care of Mom, as well as some time and energy into making this a good day for my husband.
Meanwhile, I missed a couple of urgent phone calls from one of my three daughters away at college.
I wish I had put a little thought and energy into her welfare today, but I was running full speed ahead on the track of elder care.

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