Prevention is part of the cure

August 5, 2010

Not so long ago people began to realize that when it came to their health they had a better chance of avoiding disease, illness and high medical costs, by taking preventative measures. Today we recognize that there are things we can do to improve our long term health such as eating better, exercising, and taking [...]

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This is your life: A celebration

July 19, 2010

This last weekend I went to a surprise 80th birthday party for my friend Joyce. I hadn’t seen her in almost a year and I could see the toll of time in her footsteps. But time did not decrease her joy as she looked around at the faces of family and friends she hadn’t seen [...]

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Who is a Senior?

July 14, 2010

Talk about a gray area! I guess it depends on who is doing the asking!  In days gone by a senior was anyone over 55.  This is the magic age for getting discounts at restaurants, movie theaters, and of course membership to the AARP.  However, as I approach this number, I hardly consider myself a [...]

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Remembering the Precious Moments

July 6, 2010

This is such a beautiful video I had to share it.  It is in Greek, my heritage, but that’s not what makes it special.  It exemplifies how little it takes to love in the moment and give back to our parents what they once gave us.  How many times were they there to brush away [...]

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Getting to know me

June 20, 2010

I’ve never had a blog before so I thought I’d start out by telling you a little about myself.  I am 53 years old and the mother of five amazing grown children.  I’m not yet a grandmother although I remind my children all the time that I’m anxious to be.  I have one son who [...]

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