“I love this book. It’s a spiritual healing.”
– Gary Barg, publisher/editor-in-chief Today’s Caregiver Magazine

“Masterful as it is memorable. . . captures, beautifully, the power–and poignancy–of caring.”
– Karen Davie, president, National Hospice Organization

“Pure nourishment for the heart.”
– Caroline Myss, author/Anatomy of the Spirit

“Rarely has a book elicited in me such a wide range of emotion as did this one.”
– Pat Foster, Director/Ellsworth, Maine Public Library

“An inspiring collection of anecdotes and meditations on the art of tender mercies.
As much for caregetters as caregivers. . . .”

– Jon Wilson, publisher/editor-in-chief Hope magazine

“My copy of maggie davis’s book Caring in Remembered Ways is marked with margin notes and turned back pages. Wise words leap out at me; ‘Go slowly, delivering your kindness. Drizzle good like a pure blessing rain.’ . . . An excellent book for a clergy or women’s discussion group.”
– The Reverend Elizabeth B Stookey Chaplain, Northfield (MA) Mount Hermon School

“maggie davis has written a deeply caring and reflective book for caregivers. Each page will touch your heart and inspire you to become the caring and intentional caregiver you hope to be.”
– Josephine Cooper, Program Director/Faith in Action Community Connection – Ellsworth, Maine