Shifting Gears: Katie’s Story, Part One.Posted: October 30, 2014
I guess I’ve been blogging for about nine months now. As of late, I have not been as prolific as I had been. That’s because I have mainly limited myself to topics that I addressed in my book, What to Do about Mama? Although I have done some multiples on a few topics, I usually try to avoid the repetition. So, with over 70 posts, my blogging is slowing down a bit.
Therefore, I think it is time to “shift gears,” so to speak. I am currently busy with being an informal “consultant” to a friend who was part of my caregiving story, as well as a contributor to What to Do about Mama? I will call my friend “Katie” because that is the fictional name I used for her in the book.
Unfortunately, Katie is now a “poster child” for the fragility of life. I will tell you Katie’s story in short episodes. Maybe that way you will read to the end of the post where the little blue words “leave a comment” appear. (I wish “comments” appeared at the top, but I like the layout and colors–they match the book cover.) But honestly? I would love to hear from you.