Monthly Archives: October 2018

Hospice Worries

You’re sick And tired And feeling unwell You’ve had enough Of this story to tell. That’s all right. God’s there for you. Waiting and watching Helping you through. Be patient with illness And know that you can Manage what comes … Continue reading

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Think of Butterflies and Daisies

Think of butterflies and daisies when you’re feeling down. Then get up and get out and do something to wipe away that frown. Go find a friend who’ll walk with you Or a special loved one who’ll talk with you. … Continue reading

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Home Health Aides

Our home health aides are just amazing. They’re what I call perfectly trail-blazing. They bathe and dress, snip and press Pick up and clean and put away Everything from food to diapers, Filled with things much worse than vipers. They … Continue reading

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A Hug a Day

If you can get a hug a day You’ll be sure to keep the doctor away. If you can give a hug right back, You’ll be sure to stay on the good-health track. So give one and get one and … Continue reading

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Reconciliation Before Death

  Families can be complicated Not know just what to do When a loved one becomes ill Reconciliation can bring healing through and through. So instead of waiting for death to knock on your dinner plate, Think about your family … Continue reading

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Squirrel ! X @ # $ %

“Oh, no, a squirrel,” I mumbled quietly; But my doggie heard, her ears sharpened by the Almighty. The squirrel looked at me, and at my dog, Seemed to be in quite the fog; Ran up the tree, then back on … Continue reading

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Thank You, God, for Your Endless Love

Dear Creator Up Above, Thank You for the endless love You’ve given my patients and their families Helping them through their terminal diagnosis journeys. I wouldn’t want Your job, that’s for sure. Choosing who lives and who dies . . … Continue reading

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