There are Zombies coming to Sacramento! “Run For Your Lives” is a 5k run/obstacle course that will be in the Sacramento region on May 11th, 2013 and while I won’t be participating, I am a little tickled that such things exist.
Anyone can run. But everything changes when you’re running for your life. Test your speed, strength and endurance through miles of man-made and natural obstacles—all while being chased by hungry, merciless zombies. This obstacle course race is like nothing you’ve ever experienced before. And hopefully, it won’t be your last. Waiting at the end of this zombie infected 5k—aside from a possible brain craving—is an apocalypse party to die for. Celebrate your survival or imminent zombie transformation at this one-of-a-kind festival complete with food, live bands, a DJ, and of course beer. – RunForYourLives.com Website
The entire staff and administration of Sacramento Life Force Home Health Care, would like to take some time out to honor and remember Meshu our official agency cat and mascot. Meshu passed away in the arms of Roland our Executive Director on Tuesday, November 1st 2011 at 12:15pm.
Meshu was one of four kittens born to a feral mother. The mother cat was caught, fixed and released, and the four cats were taken in by our agency and bottle fed.
Meshu was an incredible Siamese cat. She was so strong, beautiful, smart, loyal and loving. She loved people and other cats and even dogs too!!! She had a real zest for life, making the most of every day, and being so loving as she went through her day. We could all learn a thing or two from Meshu that we can all apply to our daily lives.
This past June Meshu stared to loose weight and have some personality changes. We started having her checked out at our vet. After checking her for everything under the sun….they realized she had Lymphoma Cancer. Meshu started cancer treatment right away and things were looking up the first month. Then all of a sudden the treatment stared to fail and her liver started to fail as well. At that point the doctor said treatment was ended.
So on the Friday of Labor Day weekend we decided to hospice Meshu and not put her to sleep. We stared to use alternative treatments, they were helping her and giving her quality of life. We knew we were just buying her some time to be with her family, friends and her other cat and dog buddies. Then this past weekend (Saturday, October 30th) she started to go down-hill. Right up to the end she tried to keep going, even sitting up with both of her legs crossed still trying to look regal as always.
Meshu taught us all to make the most of life and above all to show love every day.
Meshu you little ball of fur and love….you were our little angel and you always will be.
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I want to thank Chris and her staff for helping my husband the way you all do, with respect and kindness. It hurts that my husband does not even seem like the same person anymore, and though I love him, I need a break at times. His Alzheimer’s disease has made him so dependent. Thank you for all your help and teaching me more about Alzheimer’s disease. Also, I get some free time to my self to visit with the “girls” to go out to lunch and to play golf. Thank you!
Mrs. R. (Roseville, CA)
You guys are just great with my Joe. You have taken away a lot of my stress.
Mrs. J. (Sacramento, CA)
I know each day I wake up, I will get my day going with the capable assistance of one of your home makers. Then a cup of coffee, of course! Thank you for all that you do!
Mrs. K. (Elverta, CA)
The lives of my entire family, and those of my elderly parents, are much more calm now that we have your care givers assisting them in their home. My parents did not want to leave their home in Folsom (one they have been in for 47 years), and we live out of state. Thank goodness we found you.
Mr. G. (Atlanta, GA)
I would like to thank your agency for the great care your people have given my mother and father. I know my dad is not always the most easy to deal with, thank you for being so patient with him.
Mrs. H. (Arden-Arcade, CA)
Since my husbands death I was in a horrible depression. My daughter found your information on the computer. I didn’t want the help and was mad. I could not do it by my self any more, and I need daily help to stay home. Four years later I have to say my care person really makes me smile. Thank you for helping me to come to life again, and to be able to stay in my home.
Ms. D. (Carmichael, CA)
My life was a living hell, I never got out of the house, until in your staff came into my life. My care giver even has me going out for coffee every day. I have to say that Chris, your Director of Client Services, has picked the perfect staff to be with me, so I can stay in my home. Thank you Chris, You’re my sweetie-pie!!!
Miss. J. (Sacramento, CA)
Since we did not have children, we have feared having to leave our home, since we are both in our late 80′s. The past two years having 24 hour care has made staying home possible. Thank you to Chris and her team for making all this possible.
Mr. and Mrs. B. (Fair Oaks, CA)
All we have to say is, your staff have become a part of our life that we look forward to every day. The assistance we receive from your staff makes it so we can both remain in our home that we have lived in for over 65 years.
Mr. & Mrs. Z. (Orangevale, CA)
Thank you for picking such a nice and friendly person to work with me. My caregiver really knows how to fold my towels the way I like, she makes great chicken soup and she is very nice to my cat. The little things mean the most to me each day.
Mrs. B. (Gold River, CA)
Since my father can not read any more, I found it so great, that every morning over breakfast your staff member reads him parts of The Sacramento Bee. Coffee and The Bee was his tradition for years. Thank you for making my dads life so much better since my mothers death.