On caregivers, faith, family, and writing…

Becca Hart asked some very interesting questions in our conversation. Check it out and see if my answers were equally interesting.

Becca Hart

I recently had a chance to connect with Linda Brendle, author of Mom’s Long Goodbye, the story of her journey as a caregiver of her parents, particularly her mom,  her mother with Alzheimer’s and her father with Dementia. It’s an honest and raw look at what being a caregiver to ailing parents is like, the ups and the downs of that personal journey.

Hi, Linda! There’s a lot in the book about you as well, but tell us a little more about yourself, perhaps, that’s not in the book.

I was born in a tiny West Texas town name Merkel, Texas. Dad used to tell me he got me at the hardware store. That was not far from the truth as the only clinic in town was on the second floor above a hardware store. Years later, my husband, David, and I took a weekend motorcycle trip to Merkel. I…

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