Homeward Bound February 20, 2023 424 words

Most stories have a beginning, a middle and an ending. John came home from the rehab center on Tuesday afternoon. Tired and thin, He stood to give me a large hug.“It’s good not to be tethered.”“What do you mean?”John smiled ,”I tried to leave the floor twice.”I looked at the bracelet on his wrist. ItContinue reading “Homeward Bound February 20, 2023 424 words”

Perspectives, February 13, 2023, 488 words

Going through my email, I am often struck by the minor complaints and worries that bloggers write about. Now as I reflect on the last few weeks and wonder what changes I will see in John as he heals, I am the one who will share.John went through heart surgery to repair his valve, thenContinue reading “Perspectives, February 13, 2023, 488 words”

Butterfingers, February 6, 2023, 541 words

Stress will produce strange reactions in a person’s body. Some people break out in hives. Others have memory lapses. Still others have a meltdown. I have butterfingers.At first I thought my hand was weak from overuse and fatigue. In the past week, I have dropped several items. The first incident occurred drinking my evening tea.Continue reading “Butterfingers, February 6, 2023, 541 words”