Ready For The Weekend

I’m ready for the weekend. It’s my catch up time to do all the things I didn’t do during the week. And it was a nice week. Had a chance to talk to our Mayor’s Chief of Staff and give him a book and a copy of my vision plan.

I am reading a terrific book and I am knitting. I’m almost finished with a hat I knitted for my husband. It’s still chilly here in Vegas.

Got a good doctor’s report today, and at my age, that’s always a good thing. After all, I’ve got things to accomplish this year. I said I thought this would be a good year.

I hope the economy gets turned around, many of us are hurting. We must do our part to help.

My husband is rooting for the Baltimore Ravens..we were Baltimore Colt fans for so many years. It’s a shame the name Colts didn’t stay with the city. It’s not the end of the world.

I intend to connect with my caregiver friends this weekend, either by phone or email. I hope it helps them to hear from me.

My computer was out earlier, so I am writing late tonight.

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

What I Learn From You

Every day I learn something new, mostly from people who email me or contact me in some way. I know how my caregiver friends are feeling, and I wish I could change some of what they are going through. They are mostly alone, or feel like they are alone.

I am speaking at the Henderson Senior Center on Tuesday morning, and I am counting on some of their seniors to come to the rescue of some of the caregivers I hear from. That’s the way Adopt A Caregiver works, one on one, so they can become friends. someone to share with, someone they know who does care.

I will start speaking to groups again, and word of mouth works for me. It’s potent, and the seeds get planted.

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.