Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Nov/Dec 2009 A Different Kind of Journey
It was long past time to pay respects to my family in Boise. I had only visited once since I helped move them there 2 1/2 years previously. My two sisters who live there would welcome a little respite. Our mother was deeper into Alzheimer's and we daughters were concerned about the health of her primary caregiver: our dad.
Keith and I had bought a humble little house in Eureka in which to spend winters, so I decided that after Keith was settled in, I would drive myself to Boise to see what I could do to help.