And now for a shameless plug. I submitted a story about taking care of my mom when she was in the hospital to an online callout from an author. My story was accepted and the book has been released. The book’s title is “101 Awesome Things to Do for Someone Who’s Sick” by Elaine Wilkes, PhD. It’s a collection of sweet, fun or thoughtful things you can do for someone who is ill. The Kindle edition of the book is only 99 cents through 10.22.13.
My entry is titled “Find Something to Entertain Them” and it’s on page 217-218. It’s about the joy that a talking parrot toy brought my mom while she was recovering from cancer surgery last year. As I’ve written before, Polly the Parrot also brightened up my Dad’s spirit while he battled Alzheimer’s.
I don’t make any profit from the book but I just want to pass the info along because I think it might be of interest to those who follow this blog. It would also make an ideal gift for a caregiver. I haven’t had the chance to read through all of the ideas yet, but so far I have been amazed by people’s kind-hearted gestures.
I would love to hear the kind gestures you have performed for a loved one who is ill!