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Tag Archives: Senior Citizen Living
Wake up with ‘fusiasm for the day! Beginning each morning full of excitement, anticipation, and joy is quite a challenge for those of us who wake up slowly and tread softly until we have had our morning coffee. But, what … Continue reading
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
Yes, you can continue to earn money after retirement. There is no reason to stop earning money just because of your age. You just need to think about it a little differently. Quite frankly, few of us want to work … Continue reading
My friend at Squidoo, Patricia Shetland, just created a page about her new image board. I think you would enjoy seeing it and learning more about the power of setting your goals with pictures. Thank you, Patricia! Patricia said: Do … Continue reading
Invest in a pill organizer: Pill organizers are a must-have if you take several different medications every day. They usually have seven or more compartments to help you organize your medicines for each day of the week. When you get your medications, transfer the pills to the organizer. When you look at the organizer you will easily be able to tell whether or not you remembered to take your pills for that day. Remember that if you have small children in your home, pill organizers are not childproof. You will need to take extra precautions to make sure your medications are out of reach. Continue reading
And as I visited with his grandmother, and she shared with me all of the cards and notes they have received, I was again reminded of the importance of those sympathy cards. I well remember the comfort we found in sympathy cards when our brother died suddenly. We would sit in dad’s living room and read them aloud to each other. Each one brought comfort. And it is such a simple thing to do — send a little card. I have to admit I am not as good about that as my sister, Betty. But today I am determined to do better. I do know how much it matters! Continue reading
Zeus, my dog, is different.
He does not have a tail.
But Zeus is beautiful.
He has long white fur. Continue reading