Monthly Archives: October 2016

Bridge to the Future

As many of you know, I indicated in a prior post that I was not going to succumb to the ritual of trying to write a post every day when we learn of Word Press’s – daily word prompt. That … Continue reading

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Who Am I?

Transformation: What is transformation other than: a complete or major change in someone’s or something’s appearance, form, etc. When one thinks of it – do we not all transform several times during our lives. From toddler to child, from child … Continue reading

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Senior Moments

Senior moment An instance in which one is unable to remember something or to focus adequately on the matter at hand, viewed as typical of aging is one way of describing a senior moment. There are various ways in describing … Continue reading

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Changes are coming!

Following this post I am returning to posting once a week. I have been beating myself up because early on I would only write a post several times a month – if that – and then felt bad when I … Continue reading

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Versatile Blogger Award

Thank you so much Phyllis, for nominating me for this award. To say it is quite the surprise would be putting my thoughts mildly. While I have no earthly idea why I should be nominated when there are so many … Continue reading

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  As we age, in this writer’s opinion, the two most important things that run through our minds are “will we outlive our money” and “how will we handle health issues as they crop up as it relates to insurance … Continue reading

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The Value of Old Age

Today’s word prompt “Value” got me to thinking what those of us in our twilight years consider something of “value!” In doing research for this post, I have to say that Thomas Hardy – English Novelist (1840-1928) covers the word … Continue reading

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Ageing Gracefully

Why is it that as we age we have to do it gracefully. I mean really – let’s face it – how many of us by the time we reach age 95 or 100 are going to be as fit … Continue reading

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