Nothing in the books I studied really prepared me for what I was about to encounter with my first job in the hospital. I remember going through the orientation and really feeling like a deer in headlights. Something about the hospital scene always attracted me. I wanted to be part of this team, I felt … Continue reading The Journey of a Caregiver. – “Bella Bella Bella”
It is 10 years from the day I started my studies at Sheridan College in the Personal Support Worker program. It was an adventure and the work continues to be so. The program was completed with the intention to ultimately one day become a nurse and use it to bridge over. Unfortunately completing the nursing … Continue reading The Journey of a Caregiver.
The morning chaos always got the best of Grace. Getting the kids up and ready, taking them to the sitter was exhausting... for everyone. She really didn't know where she got the energy to do everything but she did. Her daughters Maria and Elizabeth were in grade school and only a walk away from the … Continue reading The Stroke
Last Sunday's Gospel was about the blind beggar. He was born blind. The pharisees had asked Jesus who sinned, for the beggar to be paying such a consequence. Was it the fault of his parents or his own? Jesus replied neither. You see, that blind man had a purpose. His purpose was for Jesus to … Continue reading Learning to see, learning to listen.
Today is the one year mark of Mother Angelica's death. I came to know about her randomly a few months prior to her death. I remember watching one episode and saying "Did she really just say that?!" and then going back to see the date of that recording, which was 1996 and I was just … Continue reading Mother Angelica the Bold
I am going to share with you my story. It will take a couple blogs to complete it, but I'm sure you may find it interesting. We are not suppose to be together. We deserve better. You could do so much better than him. Forget it, why do you stress yourself out? The truth is, … Continue reading My Story, My Family. Pt 1
I suffer with separation anxiety. At this present moment my husband took our 3 children to go get their passport pictures done and its been about an hour and a half and I am now on my second glass of wine. I tend to loosen up or I feel like I do anyways when I … Continue reading Anxiety.