In my last post, I referred to my frantic work this past summer and fall to update all of the documents that I refer to as our “Documents of Decline.” If you avail yourself of any sort of organized medical practice, you will have been asked if you have an Advanced Directive, living will, POLST […]
One of the unread books on my shelves is Life Gets Better: The Unexpected Pleasures of Growing Older, by Wendy Lustbader. I bought it at a caregiver conference because I loved Wendy’s keynote speech. I really wanted to hope that my life could get better. I’m guessing that I never read it because my life […]
Thanksgiving happened on our regular meeting date, so I’ve reserved our room for this Thursday.
Robert Durham Room at Horizon House
900 University St
Please note: We have money to pay for valet parking! The door to the parking garage is at the corner of 9th and University.
Attendance has been scant at our support group throughout the summer. No one showed up at the September meeting. I get that people are busy, and Seattle traffic is a nightmare, two things I can’t fix. Changing location would mean that we need another person to take over the room reservation task. It’s easy for […]
Remember the advice Bambi’s mother gave her child? “If you can’t say anything nice about someone, then don’t say anything at all.” Well, I haven’t thought of anything nice to write for a while, so I’ve been rather quiet. But I just realized that I never updated the new meeting time for our support group. […]