Though I feel unsure about some things, this I know for sure: the last decade of caregiving has taught me lessons I never would have learned otherwise.
Nothing Yet to Say
My natural inclination is to take what I am learning and disseminate those lessons to the masses. I want to get as vulnerable as possible so that I can help others avoid similar mistakes or seek similar solutions.
When one song ends, another begins
This part of the journey comes to an end, but the work continues and connections remain. – Aisha Adkins Transitions. They are the only pathways from where we are to where we want to be. Sometimes those pathways are paved and well-lit. Other times, they are actually dark alleyways covered in shards of broken bottles … Continue reading When one song ends, another begins
Stay in Your Lane or Get a New Vehicle
If you are like me, you may feel overwhelmed and under-qualified to fully address the deeply rooted issues at hand in a way that produces sustainable, systemic change. Tensions in workplaces, places of worship, and households are running high and relationships are being tested. (Although, for me, I refuse to engage with foolishness from people who don't get it and have no desire to understand; keeps my blood pressure from rising.)