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Seeking Immortality

In the 1970 television series, The Immortal, Ben Richards has a rare blood type which makes him immortal.  Throughout this series, he gives his blood to save those in need, and is on the run, while bringing goodness and life to those in need. 179 more words

Family Values

Early Morning and Old Folks

Bright and early we discuss life. “Don’t get old.” Do we have much choice? I guess I’ll take it!

I love my folks. I love the early morning peace. 20 more words

Rejection: part and parcel of the writing craft

Getting Out of the Labyrinth: Part 6 – Submission. The attached article on the submission process of trying to secure a literary agent, was written – and experienced – by now successful author, Kate McIntyre.  336 more words

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Lighten up Mondays

It’s the last Monday of March which means April is upon us, which means in the United States it’s income tax filing time.  Here are some one liners that might tickle your funny bone: 164 more words

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Whistleblower Speaks Out on Suspected Elder Abuse

As a 42-year veteran officer of New Hampshire’s Portsmouth police department, John Connors is serious about his duty to protect the community. And when his wealthy elderly neighbor Geraldine Webber, already in her nineties, began receiving frequent visits from fellow officer Aaron Goodwin in 2010, Connors sensed something was amiss. 512 more words

Elder Abuse

boomer98053 reblogged this and commented:

Do not hesitate to do what is right for mankind. Please, get out your whistles.

Taking Hold of Your Moment

The soul gives itself, alone, original, and pure, to the Lonely, Original, and Pure, who, on that condition, gladly inhabits, leads, and speaks through it. Then is it glad, young, and nimble.

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Creativity

Alzheimer's Association 2015 Facts & Figures Report

In its new 2015 Alzheimer’s Disease Facts and Figures report, the Alzheimer’s Association explored how healthcare providers disclose an Alzheimer’s diagnosis.

45 percent of people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or their caregivers say they were told the diagnosis. 128 more words

boomer98053 reblogged this on Baby Boomers and More and commented:

If Alzheimer's was any other disease, it would be considered an epidemic. Its prevalence is pervasive, its outcome, always fatal. Maybe if it qualified as an epidemic, people would stand up and take notice. Everyone has a brain. Everyone is at risk for Alzheimer's.