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You Will Be Missed Cyndee, #RudeMomBlog

Sometimes life gets in the way of, well life. The kids need all my attention, the husband needs things too, and well me, I get by. It seems I find myself so wrapped in all the things that need to be done that I forget to enjoy life.
Today I was reminded that time passes quickly, too quickly, and I need to slow down. I awoke to the devastating news that a friend, Cyndee Hill Wells of Rude Mom Blog had passed.

The time to plan is now. Caing for your elderly loved ones is hard and you should have a discussion with them about living at home or assisted living.

Caring For Your Elderly Loved Ones – Living at Home or Assisted Living?

This post, Caring For Your Elderly Loved Ones, is a sponsored post for Merrill Gardens Retirement Community.
J-bird always jokes that when his dad and I get old he is going to place us in a retirement home. To be quite honest with you I prefer he does. I’ll tell you why. When my grandmother had a stroke many years ago my mother insisted on moving her into our home and taking care of her. For 13 years my mother put her life, and many times ours, on hold to care for her 24/7.

The Marriage You’ve Always Wanted Book Giveaway – Ends 2/27 (US & CAN)

Mama’s Mission
welcomes you to
“The Marriage You’ve Always Wanted“
Book Giveaway!
Are you married or planning on getting married soon? I am married for five years now and am learning every day what it takes to make a marriage succeed. Things that you may assume about marriage may not be the way you pictured it. Communication or lack thereof can kill a marriage fast than you can say honeymoon.

2013 Thanksgiving Project! Apply For Assistance or Donate To Help

I just opened my email to find a weekly newsletter from one of my favorite bloggers and authors, Scary Mommy. She is hosting the 2013 Thanksgiving Project and has already raised over $58,000 and helped 1,164 families in just one week!
The Thanksgiving project is still accepting donations (for those that can help click here) and applications (for those that need assistance click here) through November 15th.

Read on to learn about some of the families you can help.