Observations by Rachel Sanks

In Caregiving, Geekery on March 2, 2013 at 10:09 am

I am re-blogging this from the blog about my “other” life as a storyteller – I think it functions as a great metaphor for how you can make something wonderful with the basic tools around you.

Sometimes as a caregiver you feel trapped. You wish that you had more experience, or special knowledge, that will help qualify you for the task at hand. But nothing qualifies you more than wanting ┬áto find the answer to the problem of the day — many times that desire alone will push you into spaces where new solutions are developed. In fact, frequently new solutions are developed by those kinds of situations.

Obviously, innovation through need or desire is the best case scenario — but it happens more than you might think. So, for those of you sitting at the bottom of well maybe a lovely video will brighten your day.

Best,

Rachel Sanks

Pretendy Fun-Time Games!

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