Year Is Going Fast

I can’t believe how this year is flying by. We moved back to California in early May, took care of all the doctor and lawyer and insurance stuff, and here it is the middle of September.

I’ve made a three month commitment to a physical trainer, my granddaughter is going to give birth to my first great grand daughter the very end of November, her shower is in early October and I am busy knitting for that occasion.

Then it’s Thanksgiving and Christmas, and yes, another year will be here. Are you ready? I’m not sure I am.

So, it must be time to work on my commitments, make sure I reach my goals, and still have time for me and my family. So far so good.

But, wishing isn’t working. It takes work and persistent effort to reach goals. Just don’t make yourself crazy.

Remember every day is a new beginning.

Keep love and kisses in your life. Helene

What Do You Want?

I’ve said what I want: I want to wipe away the caregivers tears, I want to be able to provide every caregiver with a new friend, someone who will be willing to Adopt A Caregiver.

I wish you could get a massage, I wish you could walk in the park, I wish you could have a couple of hours for yourself, to nap, write, or read, or just do nothing. I wish you could be alone with your thoughts. I wish I knew more ways to help you. I’m trying, honest I am.

So, what do you want? will you tell me? I would love to hear your thoughts, your wishes, your dreams and your goals.

Yes, your life changed, but in everything you can find some good. Be grateful for the things you do have. Think positive, have a great attitude and know that you are strong, and that you are loved.

I never know what I’m going to say until I sit down at the computer. I hope all of you out there will gain some comfort in just knowing someone IS thinking about you. I promise to try my best.

I know my vision and my dream can become a reality. To me, it’s so easy. I do have a plan. I just need some help. I’m willing to start slow. Word of mouth has been potent, and I’m so grateful. People are starting to plant the seeds for my Adopt A Caregiver program.

Someone from Israel asked to show my poem that I wrote on this blog the other day. So I am starting to get readers from all over the world. Isn’t that great.

The more who know, the more they can help.

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