Wednesday, February 14, 2018

A Caregiver's Valentine

Valentine's Day is a "manufactured" holiday, but it can still have meaning.

Allow me to present a virtual bouquet of flowers to all those I know who are caregivers for others - young children, seniors, those with serious illness.

You may have no time to celebrate. Or, you are spending this "day of love", not in a restaurant, but in a hospital room, or a hospice setting, or in the apartment of your senior family member.

You are the unsung.  You deal, not only with caregiving, but the comments (sometimes well meaning, sometimes not) of others.

May you find happiness today - and a few minutes of time alone.  Or a moment to read a book or take a shower.

Happy Valentine's Day to you.

You deserve it.


  1. Very thoughtful post. Happy Valentine's Day to you as well!

  2. Lovely! I totally agree. Happy Valentine's Day to you!

  3. They provide the true Valentine's gift all year long.

  4. I have looked all over for your email & can't find it... wanted to tell you that you have been chosen to be our Spotlight Dancer for February 26th, and I need a theme from you ASAP to put in my sidebar. I shall wait until this Friday, but then I'll have to choose someone else. WOO HOO CONGRATS!!!! HUGS My EMAIL is xmasdolly at comcast dot net

  5. Awwwww Love your post. You are such a thoughtful sweet person! Happy Valentines Day my friend!

  6. Thank you for your very thoughtful kind post!
    Hope you are blessed this Valentine's!


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