Monday, January 11, 2010

The Aisles of Walgreens

Worn out, her face showed the toll that being a caregiver for her mother dying of pancreatic cancer has taken.

"You know, there are some aisles in Walgreens I'd rather not frequent, like those for dressing supplies and Depends undergarments.

And yet you know something? I'm at peace with that and wouldn't want it any other way."


Now you know why I married her.

-Wes

5 comments:

rlbates said...

{{{hugs}}} to your wife and her mother.

Margaret Polaneczky, MD (aka TBTAM) said...

Group hug.

Sorry to hear what you're going through.

doc said...

may the Good Lord bless her for her work and her attitude!!

Chrysalis Angel said...

Amen.

Anonymous said...

The 'caregiver' needs the love and support of his or her own 'caregiver'...from the gentle tone of your writing I suspect everyone has a lot of both. I wish you peace as you and your family finish this journey.