Yearly Archives: 2003

Caring for the Caregiver

Caring for the Caregiver

As this summer winds down, my thoughts continually turn to someone I miss dearly. Last summer, my beloved Heart Mom died.  Joyce wasn’t my birth Mother, she was someone who took me under her wing and was my role model from the time I was 12.  She was the primary caregiver for several years after husband Bill was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.   
Not wanting others to know that he had it, or how much home life …

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Can You Be Too Successful?

Can You Be Too Successful?

I write a monthly column for the Denver Business Journal.  In June, I focused on Martha Stewart and her recent indictment for obstructing justice and not for the anticipated and hyped probability that she would be charged with insider trading—she wasn’t. You can read the full column at
http://www.bizjournals.com/denver/stories/2003/06/16/smallb5.html
Prior to writing the column, I had viewed the Cybil Shepperd portrayal of Martha that was aired the previous month on national TV.  Apparently Martha watched it too, because …

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