At some point in life, it happens to all of us. Taking care of your parent, if they live long enough, will become your responsibility.
I lost someone who was once my best friend. We were still friends but time changes things. I had to write something so I chose to present it as if I were talking at her funeral.
We finally made it to Arizona for Thanksgiving. And we had a few laughs on the trip. You never know what to expect when traveling, right?
It’s the fifth year of retired introvert and this month and I’m sharing past posts about my family and friends. Check it out!!
I thought missing Christmas with my family was bad enough last year. But this year too? This time, COVID hit us more directly.
What kind of Christmas traditions do you have? Read about mine and what other bloggers have to say. Then tell me about yours!!
What do you talk about with your dad when you talk every day? Our lives are so small right now, it’s tough to come up with topics.
I lost my mom recently and I’m still trying to process it. Everything is tough this year, including dealing with death. Memories are good.
This hasn’t been a great year for Tim, and other issues – parents, pandemic – have overshadowed his physical struggles. You can catch up here.
Even in the midst of the pandemic, we need a little humor. How does someone lose his glasses in a 798 square foot apartment? Read about it.