April Fools’ Day means many different things, to many different people. To some, April 1 is just any other day. To others, it is a time of pranks and hoaxes. Historically and culturally it has other meanings. The first of
As Disability Awareness Month comes to a close in Indiana, I want to further discuss caregiving. As a caregiver, it is very easy to become so focused on your responsibilities and the person you are caring for that you ignore
March 13 to 19 is National Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Week, which is a good time to update you on my wife and I’s life. Angie was diagnosed with Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis in July 1997. Over the years this has required us to adjust our lives
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