The gifts that I appreciate now are:
- Help with the computer. Thanks, Dave, for always fixing our computers--yes even my husband's so he can see his Facebook photos and I can use the biblical resources on his computer. Thanks for helping me get my Nook hooked up on my computer.
- The Lutheran youth group (not even my church) who will come here to weed.
- My neighbors who notice and mow the yard.
- Bob who put up our Christmas tree.
- People who pray. Revelation 5 says that their prayers before God are like incense in a gold bowl.
- People who e-mail or call and ask what can I do?
- People who post on this blog.
My day started out boring
But ended up being fun.
Now I'm all tired out
From the things that I've done.
I know what I do
Shows my family I care
It's a pretty good feeling
To give and to share.
I am a guest blogger on another blog--that of Joe whose book I have reviewed here. I just posted (Dec. 14) quotes from Richard Taylor's book, Alzheimer's from the Inside Out on his blog click here . One quote I will also share here:
I want to encourage, advocate, promote, and persuade you to think about being a "Best Friend" to the loved one in your life who has Alzheimer's disease. p. 241
You can visit
or call and talk with
who has Alzheimer's.
Tell them your name
so they don't have to ask.
Post on Joe's blog, also.