Ok! I think it's time I start dedicating more of my posts to caregivers. Many of us take on so much, and have no support. We all need that, but especially us women don't reach out to others, or accept the help of others. In order for me to do my part in growing a community, I am also creating a facebook page for us caregivers.
The Epilepsy Factor- For Caregivers
I haven't yet actually done anything with it, but I'm putting it out here anyway. It is my hope to have a space where caregivers can go for support, information, and the feel of community.
Happy Holidays everyone!
Monday, November 24, 2014
Once again I have to work Thanksgiving day, not that that's a surprise considering my job. So, on today's agenda, Chris went shopping for ingredients. As I'm writing this, he's in the kitchen, jamming to Pandora, and prepping dishes for tomorrow. Than we will just throw everything in the oven, and have our own Thanksgiving tomorrow. Sometimes it's pretty depressing, never being off for a holiday, but it just goes to show that you have to make the best of what you have, And believe me, I struggle with that quite a bit. The upside to doing it this way rather than after Thanksgiving-there will be leftovers for us both the day of. Of course I will be eating it at work, but I have to admit that it will be nice having a taste of the holiday, ON the holiday. Yes, sometimes I hate my job but overall I am thankful for it. Be sure to make the most of your holidays this year. Don't take your loved ones for granted.