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Randomness Explained

Tuesday, December 04, 2012

To any of you following the thread of my blogs lately, there might not appear to be a thread. However, I've been working hard to prepare angels for the craft fair to raise money for Relay for Life. That was Saturday. And while I didn't raise any money to speak of, it sparked a lot of conversation about eating anti-antiogenic foods as a way to proactively prevent cancer.

All that talk sparked me to start a team in Sparkdom to let others know how anti-angiogenic foods can help to starve cancer tumors and fat cells and a lot more.

So starting that team has brought people into my section of this virtual world I would never have met. And I visited a new member's sparkpage where I discovered she was the team leader for a caregiver team.

I never realized we had a team for caregivers. And then I noticed she was also members for a team of alzheimer's caregivers. And that made me think of all of you looking after loved ones who are locked in their own world and can't let you know how much you are appreciated.

So, that leads me to want to pay tribute to the caregivers on SP, and my mom, who was caregiver for my grandfather, my dad, and me for four years.

And to think these amazing people are doing all of that, and managing a Sparked life.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
CHRISTINASP 12/6/2012 1:46PM


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IAM_HIS2 12/5/2012 11:57AM

    Thank you for this reminder. Being an Alzheimer caregiver is a very hard job. God bless all who do--they are angels.

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PKBOO3 12/5/2012 8:09AM

    Bless the caregivers and thanks for reminding me of all those who give unselfishly.

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ASHPATCH11 12/4/2012 6:57PM

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that was a nice post.

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