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Time is a River Book Review

Time is a River is a book that you will never forget. Simply, the book follows the ups and downs of Mia and her survival and adjustment to both a serious illness and a divorce. I was totally inspired by … Continue reading

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Can Old Ladies Jump? Or Should They?

I wrote a post early this morning over on bubblews about a fun trip to the beach with my friends.  On this particular trip, we decided to try to get a photograph of us jumping in the air on the … Continue reading

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Favorite Free Puzzles on line

Are you a puzzle nut?  I sure am and thanks to my sister, I am addicted to this page of puzzles on line! If you like to work puzzles, try this one.  I predict you will enjoy it as much … Continue reading

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A Sample Prayer for Senior Citizens

Regardless of religious preference, if a preference at all, prayer is our own. It belongs to each of us in our own way. Written, spoken, or thought, I imagine that most of us pray at one time or another, or … Continue reading

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Swimwear For Women Over 50

Swim 365 Plus Size H-Back Empire Swi… Swimming is a wonderful exercise for us as we go past the age of 50. Looking for swimsuits for women over 50 can seem a little discouraging sometimes. We see those cute little … Continue reading

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Crafts for the Elderly – Do You Volunteer?

Our guest today is Mary Beth Granger.   Mary Beth will tell us about her volunteer activities and crafts for the elderly.  Thank you for sharing your expertise with us, Mary Beth! Volunteering can be very rewarding.  When I retired six … Continue reading

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Agenda: Driving America Down – A Review for Seniors

Our guest post today is from my dear friend, Dianne Loomos.  Dianne is a true patriot and student of the US Constitution.  When Dianne speaks, I listen!  I think you will too!  Thank you, Dianne! As seniors we have the … Continue reading

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