Goodmorning.. I was sitting here this morning rereading some of the posts.. I got to thinking about how so many of us are waiting... WAITING for something to happen..We are caring for people with a terminal illness.. We are caring for elderly or loved ones that may soon be gone.. it's a sad job.. it's a waiting game.. not a game at all but a huge pressure.. We wake up each day with the thought that someones life is in our hands. Will it be TODAY.. will I be ready for any emergency that comes up? It's a huge responsibility..I want to take this time to say thanks for having you a few key clicks away so that I am not feeling so alone.. depression can come to a caregiver at anytime.. Yesterday it started to roar it's ugly head for me.. but after a few conversations with a few of you it started to ebb.. i found myself laughing,, laughing at silly things but it defused the depression.Thanks gang.. I know it will happen again but I know where to come when it does.. Love D
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