As my publisher expressed it:
Sometimes it’s hard to find the right words. This is especially true when you’re serving as a caregiver for your parents, when the ones who have cared for you now need your care in return. During National Family Caregivers Month, Cynthia Ruchti wants to help you express what’s on your heart. Download her FREE Love Notes to My Parents printable at http://www.lovenotestomyparents.com.
A total of TWENTY love notes you can tuck onto your parent’s supper tray, on the nightstand, in an envelope, or put between the pages of their Bible or favorite book.
My prayer is that these simple words will bless you as you use them to bless someone you love.
Since As My Parents Age released, I’ve found myself face-to-face with so many people who read the title of the book, run their hand over its inviting cover, and say, “That’s me. That’s what I need. We’re in the thick of it right now.”
Or they start ticking off the list of friends or coworkers whose lives have been dramatically affected by the needs of aging parents.
The other sentence I hear often is, “I need to buy a copy of this book for each of my children. They’ll need it as I age.”
If you haven’t been to your local bookstore or taken a look at As My Parents Age and the encouragement it offers, please let me know when you do.
And share a line or a page number of something that blessed you. I’ll be waiting. And praying.