Priya Soni is a new friend and fellow caregiver. Like me, Priya has a background in theatre as well as a natural love for storytelling. Like me, she seeks meaning in her caregiving experience and wants to help others do the same. I encourage you … . . . → Read More: THE CAREGIVERS’ LIVING ROOM A Blog by Donna Thomson: THE INFALLIBLE PRESENCE OF JOY
Eleanor Silverberg understands grief. She is a child of holocaust survivors who often witnessed her mother silently weeping. An unspoken sorrow infused the Silverberg family home…..grief seeped into their furniture, their walls and of course their hearts.
Eleanor Silverberg’s book Caregiving With Strength: Raising Self Care to New Heights by Acknowledging the Losses . . . → Read More: THE CAREGIVERS’ LIVING ROOM A Blog by Donna Thomson: Caregiving With Strength – A Guidebook for Grieving Caregivers
* Here in Northern Ontario our lovely boreal summer is in full swing. The blueberries are starting to ripen, the ethereal call of the loons drifts up to our windows at night, and the zucchini are plentiful. This summer in my community we are lucky to be growing some “really cool old squash” that Winona . . . → Read More: 350 or bust: Shift Happens
He had no idea how long he’d been there. It seemed like an age. All around him was the sound of the other body parts. Two pages over the heart wouldn’t shut up. Thump-whoosh, thump-whoosh, it pumped its non-existent blood, … Continue reading →
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Some say the world is too fake, where in reality it isn’t fake enough.
Because silicone breasts, money and lies aren’t real, we know more about what actually is real. The fact is the more we embrace materialism, the more we recognize how artificial and temporary it is, we recognize how real and permanent . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: All Breasts Are Fake To What A Woman Is