Category Archives: Professional Caregivers
But I don’t know anything—this has to be my starting point. :- Doug.
This impossible imperceptible work pulls me :- Doug.
Faith in vaccines Soap your hands Clarity of science: Faith, soap, and clarity That’s the way to live so virus-free How do I know? Doc Fauci tells me so! :- Doug.
Have faith in the vaccines Now covid cannot find your door Nor have the strength to carry you to grave :- Doug.
I throw myself into My poetic adventures :- Doug.
We’re all grandchildren. :- Doug.
Where O where did my past routine go? Months and months it’s not been seen But when I get this new vaccine, Since I don’t want this old way back What O what shall I do? :- Doug.
Care for one another is self-care. :- Doug.
We need somehow to get beyond being tired with being tired; perhaps immerse ourselves in this pandemic moment. What do you think? :- Doug.
vulnerable ≠ weak :- Doug.
Be open in a way that matters—to the other, to yourself. Throw down your last thousand. :- Doug.
First meeting is of greater value than the work to make it so. :- Doug.
What is the wonderment of dementia? Of accompanying one with differences (no, I do not write “challenges” which would presume too much)? :- Doug.
Her hand print fades from off the glass closest she could get as he lies dying and I, having sent her away — was it gently?— seeing this embrace too quickly evaporate grab a marker to trace its outline :- … Continue reading
Hearing is more than listening Hearing is the purpose of listening As seeing is the purpose of looking And doing is the purpose of being :- Doug.