96. Which doesn’t sound as old as it used to!
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Category Archives: Books for Elders
One winner for each of these prizes: Lavender Ladies Bedtime Pack and A 1946 Memoir Pack Fill out the following form to be entered into a random drawing for one of two prizes for an elder in your life! Lavender … Continue reading
This hardcover version of Lavender Ladies came in the mail today, in the midst of boiling sap for maple syrup and visits from author Beth and her friend, Josh. As we listen to Joni Mitchell’s album “Blue” (chosen by Josh, … Continue reading
Just like the “Mommy wars” of the past several years, there are also different camps on what’s appropriate for the elder years. In an effort to avoid “Adult care wars”, how about we look at the underlying reasons that compel … Continue reading
Back in October of 2006…. Something occurred to me, as I sat and observed in the room where my step-father was, as Hospice calls it, actively dying. There was the sense of deliberate peace, as I had the honor of … Continue reading
It’s a day people who love someone with dementia fear: How will I feel when they don’t know who I am?
For some reason, I can’t help but think of the melodramatic song “Mama” this morning, as images of my mother appear in my mind’s eye. Not one to be too lost on sentimentality, “Mama I love you, Mama I care. … Continue reading
This is worth watching til the end. The gentleman is a treasure!
The highest tribute to the dead is not grief, but gratitude ~ Thornton Wilder As I sit with my friend Lilah, weeks after her stroke, she indicates that her heart is telling her it’s time to move on. It’s easy … Continue reading