About 20 pages into Susan Allen Toth’s caregiving memoir, “No Saints Around Here”, I decided I didn’t like the author. Not one bit. “How can a wife sigh loudly in front of her Parkinson’s disease-suffering husband just because she can’t have a second cup of tea in the morning?!” I fumed. I kept picking up . . . → Read More: THE CAREGIVERS’ LIVING ROOM A Blog by Donna Thomson: No Saints Around Here (Book Review): Do I Hate It or Do I Love It?