I feel by knitting up prayer shawls allow me to focus on what is important now. The soft yarn called Homespun by Lion Brand gives me comfort whenever I work with it. Ever since I can remember, when I first picked up a pair of needles at the age of eight, I love becoming familiar with a pattern and then see it turn into an object of enjoyment.
Lacey Parker, widowed, single mother for the past five years no longer celebrates holidays at home. One day just before the fourth of July celebrations her ten-year-old son Zach asks his mother why can't they celebrate this holiday?
Grieving: The First Three Months takes us on a journey into the grieving process. A critical journey that all will take when they lose a loved one. The journey is not easy but can be made in a way that at some point a light of hope paves the way. Ms. Roy's book can help light that way as she shares her own first three months after suddenly losing a spouse after thirty-three years of marriage.
People who stockpile stuff inside their homes may have more to deal with than a cluttered home. Hoarding can signify a mental condition associated with anxiety and depression. Hoarding may indicate there is something else going on in our lives that need some serious attention. This is my story as a recovering book hoarder.
I’ve put together 20 recipes for Smoothies that I think can help achieve the goal of staying healthy. Maintaining over all health can help the mind become more creative where we can start as well as successfully finish whatever goals we set for ourselves. I hope you enjoy these Smoothies!
Romance Author Marie Roy shares her experiences in dating after a certain age. A must read for anyone who enters the dating pool after a divorce or becoming widowed. Roy researched this subject as well and provides an extensive bibliography/reading that is well worth the cost of the book.
This is an excellent read, poignant and demonstrates a reality that we all may need to face at some point in our lives. Tonya Thomas delivers a true to life event. It sent me back in time to when my sister and I tried to convince our parents (into their 80's) to go into an assisted living facility. Instead they opted to stay in their home, which turned out to be a nightmare for all concerned. Eventually they both needed full time nursing home care and passed on within two months of each other's deaths.
This is a definite read for anyone having to deal with this type of situation re their elderly parents. Scary thing is I'm not there yet, but it won't be that long when I am.
Great story! August 2007 on my granddaughter's birthday I brought her into a pet store. She convinced me to buy a puppy. Well, three years later I'm still wondering how I became the owner of a too smart, too loving, too mischievous peekapoo (part poodle, part Pekingese) that has capture my heart completely.