Month: March 2019

Books & Book Reviews

Alzheimer's Trippin' with George

Title : Alzheimer’s Trippin’ with George Genre: Travel, memoir, Eldercare, Alzheimer’s and Dementia, Bicycling About the Book What would you do if you learned that your spouse or partner has progressive dementia, possibly Alzheimer’s disease?  This is the brutally honest journal of one spouse and reluctant caregiver that “ran for the hills.” Of course she took her husband George along.  What challenges did Susan encounter?  How can she enjoy the present — a journey across the U.S.A. –  while worrying about the future?  How do she and George deal with his increasing dementia symptoms?  And the biggest question of all, after 40 years

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World Sparrow Day #WordlessWednesday

We hardly see sparrows any more and that is sad. I’m glad to report that there is a concerted effort to bring them back. Today is World Sparrow Day. Each of us can do small things to get the sparrows back. My Dad used to feed the birds and we are continuing this tradition. My brother first got Dad this feeder, but for some reason he didn’t set it up. When set it up and started keeping water bowls with fresh water for them to drink, we were rewarded by this sight. Since then I’ve started gifting these feeders to

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From An-Other Land

Today I’m happy to have Tanusree Ghosh, author of ‘From An-Other Land’ sharing how she balances her time as a mom writer. This is part of the book tour for her book. If you’re a mom writer, how do you balance your time? Being a mother and being a writer are two identities of mine, as it’s probably is for most mother writers. For me, it will be being in genuine if I say one comes over another on any single day of my life. I mean, yes, off-course if I am asked to wake up tomorrow with only one,

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