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... on flashes of moments

Many of the most emotionally challenging times in my life are, in my mind’s eye, made up of flashes of moments.

Sure, when I focus, I can recall threads of conversations, who was sitting where as we cried or laughed, and the stories. 247 more words

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... on schedules distrupted

On Wednesday, Grampa went into the hospital to investigate what it happening with him, and when Granny and I came home that night, we were both absolutely exhausted. 1,189 more words

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Aging Parents: Mother's Day Gifts--Fashionista or Frumpy-Dumpy, What's a Daughter to Do? Continued...Part 2

Eileen Fisher has shops throughout the US (click Store locator)).Her high quality, easy-care knits are well-made, washable, pack easily and always look fresh. While expensive, you can find them on sale. 342 more words

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... on the geriatric investigation service

My new boyfriend carries his comb in his hair.

Seriously.

And I don’t mean one of those cool combs that looks great in a ‘fro, or recently Toni-permed hair.   900 more words

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Aging Parents: Mother's Day Gifts--Fashionista or Frumpy Dumpy, What's a Daughter to Do?

Look good, feel good. New clothes can lift spirits and that helps parents age well.

Most women like to look good, yet aging issues, including lack of energy, may dampen a woman’s enthusiasm for buying clothes. 469 more words

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Journey 111: The Wheels on the Mower Go Round and Round


Today’s fun journey may seem small and insignificant. However, it was a first for me, and the outcome was beneficial for another.

Greg and I have been in Arkansas all day. 479 more words

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... on a gift in a storm

Bette Davis was onto something when she said, “Getting old ain’t for sissies.”

In addition to struggling to be eighty-six and, well, just being Grampa, there is more lately. 1,010 more words

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