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A Bucket List Experience
As my mother progresses through her 80s, she is becoming more proactive about addressing items on her bucket list.
Fundraising Never Ends
One summer my 9-year old daughter Joy and her friend developed a plan to earn some extra money.
Pump Up the Brain
I used to have a great mind for trivia. While answers to critical college exams might escape me, the names of obscure actresses in forgotten films tripped off my tongue with ease.
New Starts: 365 new days to spend
I have some very specific goals for 2013.
A Sad Good-Bye
It’s never easy to lose a loved one.
SENIOR SCENE: Simple Thanks
Still recoiling from the horrific events that dominated last week’s news, I’m having trouble tempering my deep sorrow with holiday cheer for this week’s column. So instead of sharing an amusing anecdote, I will acknowledge the spirit of love and giving that characterizes this holiday season and give thanks to all the people to whom we owe gratitude.
A seventy-year old woman in my church has spent the past few years caring for an invalid aunt, the last living member of her family.
Santa Claus is coming
The other day a young mother asked about the Santa that was coming to our Senior Center, because the one she had taken her kids to see at a store “wasn’t very good.”
For the first time in a long while, we had all five of our kids and their families together for Thanksgiving last week.
My grandson was snickering at his 2-year-old sister and cousin.
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