~ Spinning thoughts and tales as we stay connected on the journey.
Connections to family, friends, and writers from a beautiful spot on the west coast of British Columbia and when the sun is shining, there is no other place.
The eldest of the second family, I look after our mother who is in a long-term care facility. This BLOG was to be a way for family and those who live further a field, to stay in touch. Mom is 94, confined to a wheelchair and almost blind from glaucoma, she loves the family visits. Unfortunately, as families go, life is busy, visits are few.
Someone said, “Set up a visit schedule.” Yeah, that will work. Did I mention I have a family, a job, a house and yard to tend, some creative projects on the go, a pile of laundry, a pile of ironing, and on it goes, just like the rest of you. Now, it is a journal, of sorts. I have very dear friends in other countries. This is our way to connect. I read their journals and they read mine, as well as the rest of the world. Oh, a few favourite writing sites too.