Tag: Taking care of elders

Halloween With An Ancient Vampire (and Werewolves)

Halloween With An Ancient Vampire (and Werewolves) Halloween is here and that means a party at the home of the ancient Vampires Eleora and Tellias. I’d promised Tellias I’d take him shopping for craft supplies. He could have gone on his own but lately… Continue Reading “Halloween With An Ancient Vampire (and Werewolves)”

Age and Memory

I had a visitor this week. My brother Val and my dear ancient Tellias decided to go backpacking and dropped Eleora off to stay with me. Tellias and Eleora are ancient. They look young but they’re extremely old. Nobody knew exactly how old Eleora… Continue Reading “Age and Memory”

Masks

“Did you ever go to Ancient Egypt?” “No, I didn’t. I guess I should have. The generals going to Britain requested that I go there with them as a form of protection or some sort of nonsense. I didn’t want to go. Not really.… Continue Reading “Masks”

Taking Care of Our Elders: Delivered to Your Door

Taking Care of Our Elders Marathon. You might be able to relate. From 2013 Delivered to your door… I looked at the muscular, almost beautiful, naked body on the bed and the folded up sheriffs’ uniform on the chair. The badge seemed to sparkle… Continue Reading “Taking Care of Our Elders: Delivered to Your Door”

Taking Care of Our Elders: Frogs, Love, and Hell

Taking Care of Our Elders Marathon #2 I’m a mom so I take care of my children. Like many others (and I know more than one of my readers) I also have seniors in my life who need my help. Even Vampires can be… Continue Reading “Taking Care of Our Elders: Frogs, Love, and Hell”

Love in the dark, and in the light that always shines

Love in the dark, and in the light that always shines Eleora couldn’t remember what she did yesterday, but she could tell stories of her childhood in excruciating detail. My daughter and niece sat next to her, holding her small hands in theirs. They looked like… Continue Reading “Love in the dark, and in the light that always shines”

Taking Care of Our Elders

We’re drove out to the old farmhouse where Tellias and Eleora live. About twice a month Teddy (my husband) and I pack the kids into the car and check up on them. They’re ancients. Nobody really knows how old they are. They are fragile… Continue Reading “Taking Care of Our Elders”

Delivered To Your Door

Delivered to your door… I looked at the muscular, almost beautiful, naked body on the bed and the folded up sheriffs’ uniform on the chair. The badge seemed to sparkle saying “look at me, look at me.” A white and pink orchid flower was… Continue Reading “Delivered To Your Door”

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