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Lately I have been almost obsessed with getting organized. Cleaning off my desk and editing file drawers. Sorting my closet to give away suits that no longer fit – either my body or lifestyle. Cancelling credit cards we no longer … Continue reading
Thanksgiving has always been one of the most important annual dates for our family. Since Roz and I first celebrated with graduate school friends as newlyweds 47 years ago, the fourth Thursday in November has meant big gatherings of … Continue reading
Feeling discouraged is pretty much a “normal” state of affairs for me these days. Much of that discouragement arises from spending too much time looking back at what I used to be able to do before my ALS and projecting … Continue reading
Thanks to the local ALS chapter, I now have a bright red scooter from their lending closet. Since walking more than a short distance has become a challenge, my mobility is greatly extended and it’s easier to get out around … Continue reading
Learning to sit quietly. In a meeting. At home. Living with my thoughts – It can be lonely. But think of conflicts avoided And loves not strained And listening without plotting. Now I hear.
This week we moved my mother, soon to be 94, to an assisted living facility in Massachusetts near my brother Bob. She has been living near us here in Reston for almost 10 years, but the combination of my ALS … Continue reading