On caregivers, faith, family, and writing…

Cool Wheelchair

If you’ve read the first chapter of my book, you know that in our pre-caregiving days, David and I spent a lot of our time riding our motorcycles with our neighbors, James and Peggy. In the optimism of youth–in this case, youth being defined as any age younger than we are now–we planned for our riding days to last, if not forever, at least until declining health required that we move into some sort of residential care facility. Even then, we planned to adorn our wheelchairs with orange and black flames and form a four-wheelchair caravan, racing through the halls and terrifying those unfortunate residents who were confined to less exciting forms of transportation. If we had known then that anything this cool existed, we might have begun looking into assisted living long ago!



A LONG AND WINDING ROAD: A Caregiver’s Tale of Life, Love, and Chaos

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