Monthly Archives: May 2011
I am finally finding a way to bring together my law work and my poetry work. :- Doug.
I respect the pain of the older ones; I cannot always alleviate it. This is the difference between caring and care. I respect the beauty of each soul, and seek to hear it out into the open. :- Doug.
In writing about legal or medical topics there is a danger of giving too much info which is at the same time too little. The danger arises from transferring fact without nuance. Truism without truth can kill. Info without understanding … Continue reading
Copyright © 2011, Douglas D. Germann, Sr., Professional Corporation. 574/291-0022, fax 574/291-0024, PO Box 2796, South Bend, IN 46680-2796 No one of us has all the answers to this quandary. Life is lived in conversation, is given breath when we … Continue reading
Once there was a couple who sought to make their Wills. They thought about their children’s loves and skills and difficulties. They thought about their house of worship. They thought about all the things they did in the world: work … Continue reading
Want to know what it costs for Home Care Providers, Adult Day Health Care Facilities, Assisted Living Facilities and Nursing Homes? Nationally and Statewide? Check out the Genworth study. :- Doug.
This way of doing legal projects is hard work—not just for the attorney. Client and family are apt to leave wrung-out, sweating, with a glow of a task well done. We don’t try to make it unnecessarily easy. :- Doug.
I have a caring heart for my clients. For some I provide care, for all friendship. :- Doug.
A Will is more work than that. :- Doug.
Caring is a bigger thing & includes Care when necessary. :- Doug.
Some are under my care as under my wing; all are within my caring heart. :- Doug.
What you say to your grandchildren matters. What message do you have for each? What you say does not matter. For each of them who are you? :- Doug.
What kind of life would you give your grandson? What sort of home for your granddaughter? What career, what passions? What in them would you feed? :- Doug.
It’s about caring about someone who’s still alive, rather than providing care to someone while they’re on their way out. :- Doug.
I don’t tend broken seniors; elders have my heart. :- Doug.
The National Consumer Voice for Quality Long-Term Care has published a guide called “Piecing together quality long-term care.” It seems to have an even-handed informative approach. You might want to take a look when faced with these tough decisions. :- … Continue reading
Trying on garments is young person’s work dancing shoes working suit and tie cook’s apron; parent’s towel expert’s demeanor; hider’s shadows worshiper’s solemnity bon vivant’s broad smile But later when you’re seeking your truth & wisdom the way of this … Continue reading