This Is What My Mom Gave Me

My mother died at 79 from complications arising from MS.  In her 79 years (born in 1929) she amassed volumes of knowledge.  Things like how to survive an economic down turn (depression in her terminology), how to raise a child, how to get and use education to your benefit, the importance of family, and the list goes on.  My daughter had the benefit of 18 years with her grandmother and these years were instrumental in helping her become the woman she is today.

My questions to you is;  What are you getting from your elders?  What are you giving?

About Donna Hill

About Us MomsHouse was established August 2014 in tribute to Chalmetta Elaine Paulette Johnson, who died from accelerating Multiple Sclerosis. My mother’s courageous journey of maintaining her independence and dignity inspired the idea to create an organization to work collaboratively with seniors to do the same. Mission Statement To enhance and improve the quality of life for our elder community by providing free or low cost access to products, services and information. MomsHouse Core Values *Respect for the dignity of all individuals *Uncompromising integrity *Accountability to all our supporters *Build a positive team and family spirit *Build and maintaining strong relationships *Truth in all matters *Do more with less

Posted on July 6, 2013, in My Journey to My Masters in Elder Care and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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