I just recently had a lesson in Technology. Two years ago I built a pretty nice computer for its time and I installed Windows 7 because 8 just wasn’t that great…… get it? Continue reading “A Lesson In Technology”
My trip to Cancun has been amazing. The locals have given us the royal treatment and there isn’t enough time to do everything that there is to do. Yesterday my wife and I went to the Xcaret Park and there was no way that we could cover everything. We swam in a subterranean river, rode in the extreme adrenalina boat ride, got a massage, and lounged in hammocks on the beach. Later that night we participated in the dinner and the show. What a performance, the singers, and the dancers were amazing. I was moved.
After 6 weeks of a close call with my mother-in-law (who is in hospice) and months of working in the field. I am looking forward to my trip to Cancun for seven days. Blue sea, warm sun, & clean beaches will be food for the soul. A special thanks to those who have been so supportive and helpful in our difficult times.
I recently came across a question from a person who is considered an expert in the literary field:
Q. What is “digital equality” as it pertains to the literary field? Not social media.
This is what I came up with from the KDP community. I believe it is one possibility, but the whole thing is so fluid, that it could all change in six months anyway:
Caring for a loved one in hospice can be very challenging. It is expensive, emotionally stressful, & time-consuming. Recently, my wife and I had to take her mother (an Alzheimer’s patient) to the emergency room because we thought that she had a cold. Two days before Christmas the doctor told us to begin to prepare for the worst. They refused to feed her for three days because she didn’t pass their swallow test. Therefore, they were afraid to be responsible for her aspirating and developing pneumonia. We asked them to release her to our care and we chose Hospice Of The Valley to continue her care. Continue reading “Hospice Care For A Loved One”