Easier Days

Worked on my writing this morning, that was a great feeling. I really want to finish this book that I’m working on, but I’ve got such a long way to go. Okay, one day at a time.

We went to The Container Store today and ordeed closet organizers. Have to wait abotut three weeks, they are out of stock on some of the drawers we wanted.

Meeting my granddaughter for lunch tomorrow at The District. Should be fun.

There are so many things I want to do, and to learn, but right now, I’ve earned a rest.

It’s also time to call my old friends who live here, and tell them I  am here and want to meet. That will be a fun activity for tomorrow afternoon.

There is nothing else new.

I sold two of my books, Behind The Mask and hope when they finish reading it, they will understand the plight of the caregiver. I also finished the book, Still Alice by Lisa Genova, and she did a superb job with great insight into what thoughts and feelings are present when early onset Alzheimer’s is diagnosed. I strongly recommend this book.

There are new caregivers in your community. Be a good friend, email them, talk to them, just be there for them. They feel so alone and abandoned…

Give the gift that lasts forever, and costs nothing. Adopt A Caregiver and tell them your friend Helene sent you.

Keep love and kisses in your life. Helene