Sorry guys, I goofed. I had no idea when I copied and pasted my writing from Word that I would get all that gobbly-gook…I’m very sorry, and it won’t happen again.
Some hard things got taken care of today. The Salvation Army is coming tomorrow to pick up a load of things that we can’t use anymore. I finally got rid of some clothes, things I’ll never wear; things that don’t fit. So they are gone too. and that is a good thing. I still have the rest of my closet to do..maybe a little bit tomorrow.
But more importantly I still have the collection to take care of. Moving is such fun…
The best part of my day came late this afternoon when I decided I had done enough and my Fibromyalgia said quit now. So I did.
I found a whole briefcase full of letters from all my children when they were in camp, when I was working and they wrote me letters, and letters (and report cards that were my hubands) from my husband when he was traveling in Japan and Hong Kong. That was such fun and brought back so many memories. I’m glad I’m a pack rat. Now I can give those letters to my grandchildren and they can read about their parents when they were youngstes.!
Tomorrow is AA day. (Anthem Authors) and I will be acting as President, since our President has an appointment. I had four years of being President. (I founded Anthem Authors in February, 2000) I love this group. Go to www.anthemauthors.com and read some of our stories. Our website is just beginning, so bear with us as we grow and more stories go online
Tomorrow I will share something I received today from a friend, and I am determined to make Adopt A Caregiver a household word. I don’t care how long it takes, to me it’s more important all the time.
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