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I spent several years caring for my mother by providing much of her end of life care, including meal preparation (she taught me to be a pretty good cook), shopping, taking her to Dr. appointments, light domestic chores, limited hygiene and medicine oversight, and, most importantly, engaging her in activities that enriched her life - conversation, music, and outings. In her final years, she developed eye sight deterioration and was diagnosed as being legally blind. In addition, she had become oxygen dependent. These conditions affected her confidence, and she became afraid of being by herself at all points during the day. So, I stopped working outside of the home, and committed myself to taking care of her. After losing her, I became the personal representative of her estate. My professional credentials are in business - accounting. I no longer wish to spend the day behind a desk when I can help improve the quality of life for others. I'm fully vaccinated.