I am a terrible fiddler. All my life I’ve never been satisfied with anything the way it is and always have to change things around. As a teacher my classrooms have never remained the same from one month to the next, my teaching style changes regularly and now my writing styles and routines for my blog are changing too!
I say this by way of an apology to readers because I am trying out yet another odd idea (and one that has just come to me, as these things do, so rather than think it over, I’m just going to do it! Truly, ‘thinking out loud’ again!). Roughly once a week, on top of my usual post and the short miniposts for subscribers only, I will reblog the post I read from amongst the hundreds I get through each week and add my thoughts to encourage you to read it yourself. This week, I would like to share a post by a lady called Terry.
This blog deals with her life caring for her brother who is in the final stages of Parkinson’s Disease. Terry is a wonderful woman and never fails to get through heart-rending situations stoically and with good grace. Do take a look at this most recent post and then explore some of her other posts too. She has a great sense of fun and is always positive even, as this post shows, when things are pretty grim.