Tag: hospice

Good grief.

Caregiving. This is a non-music posting for a change. While my music, open mics, and my design work keep me going, I also try to go to my monthly caregiver support groups. There is a dementia group at my library and a Huntington’s group at UConn. My caregiving days are over, for now. But I like to think I can lend support.… Read more →

March (what was left of it)

The rest of March was busy. In addition to getting ready for the memorial in Reno, the new refrigerator was coming, I had a fair amount of design work, yard work and decluttering work. And I was still had remnants of a cough I had in February. And I had more music stuff I wanted to go to if I could.… Read more →

The UConn HD Symposium and other updates

The first week of October was fairly crazy. In the days following my music trip to Plymouth besides doing some design work and trying to deal with house and yard stuff I was pretty busy.  Hospice Memorial Service. On Tuesday, October 4, Mercy Hospice held a memorial service for all the patients and that had passed on during the previous year.… Read more →

Exhibition News: Wilbraham-Times article about Kathy’s art and the exhibit

The local weekly newspaper, the Wilbraham-Hampden Times just did a very nice article about Kathy, her art, and the exhibition. I thought I would share it: Hampden resident Peter Lehndorff is preparing to celebrate the artwork of his late wife Kathy at the Wil­braham Public Library during the month of September. Celebrating the art of Kathy Lehndorff Partial show proceeds… Read more →

Updates: “Grievance” counselling and finding work

First some updates from my recent posts: I did have that appointment with my new Gastroenterologist. I have an appointment in late August for my Colonoscopy. Oh, joy! of joys. They had my records of ‘poor prep’ and gave me a new regime of a few extra steps to start a few days earlier than usual to clean myself out.… Read more →

The “How I’m feeling” post

Writing. There are a number of reasons to keep a journal or to write stuff down. In the beginning, it was simply to remember what or when something happened. In my case, it really helps me process complicated feelings and to remember what I/we went through. When I stopped writing regularly I found myself being in a crappy mood every once… Read more →