Comfort Care

Last night I  watched a second episode of “Proof” on the tv. The plot is about a heart surgeon whose son died from a terminal illness and although she is very focused on science/medicine and the way in which that discipline approaches life and death, the doctor is drawn into research and adventure about whether


Finding your center at Christmas

Christmas is often the time when we feel pulled in many directions. There are presents to buy, parties to attend, travel plans to be made. We can be too hard on ourselves and easily get lost in the shuffle and dance. This season, I am determined to focus on the true meaning of Christmas.  I


Angel Food

  I have been preparing food for people who need “Food Angels” ( are ill) or those whose life journey has ended and their family needs food. I discovered that I need the process of stirring and smelling and baking and to nurture those whose hearts are sore. It is a practical service = plus