I'm Home

It was a marvelous four day holiday spent with family. Sometimes I can’t get enough of them. I miss them every day. Everyone was at Thanksgiving dinner except those that were sick, working, or living in Minnesota. Time is so precious, and it seemed that I hadn’t been to California in a long time.

My legacy is my family! I am blessed and reminded that Thanksgiving is a special time of year. Remember, special can mean sad and lonely, or surrounded by family and friends, being well. Not everyone has this luxury. So always remember to write down at least three things you are grateful for every day.

My daughter and I had a wonderful lunch with a new friend. Linda Abbit, from www.tenderlovingeldercare.com.  Will see you in December when I come back to California. Thanks Linda, it was wonderful meeting you.

I have met some incredible people since starting my blog, people I have connected to because of what I write about.

Adopt A Caregiver. Everyone loves the idea. So will you Adopt A Caregiver this year? It’s the gift that lasts forever and costs nothing. I’m sure caregivers would like not to be sad and lonely for the holidays. You can help. All you have to do is find a caregiver, and write them an email. Tell them your friend Helene sent you.  If you want to stand in a new caregivers shoes, read my book, Behind The Mask, available on my website.

Tomorrow I will write a simple sample of what a new email for a caregiver might sound like.

Keep love and kisses in your life. Helene

Comments

  1. Dear Helene,

    It was my great pleasure meeting you, the person Behind the Mask! 🙂

    I believe it is only the beginning of a great friendship. See you in December!

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