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Sunday Visit

She’s already seated when I get there, and dinner underway. I take my place at the table and the aide brings my plate. The dining room is quiet today. Her table mates are into their meals. No chit chat. No … Continue reading

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Strolling Down Memory Lane

I’ve been going through old notebooks. The highs and lows of my life for the past 30+ years. I’m a die-hard journal-keeper. I document everything I do, see, think or feel!  Got rid of the stuff I don’t want the … Continue reading

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Slogging Away

Regular exercise has been a part of my life for the past 30+ years, even if “regular” became “sporadic” until I could get back to regular. Sometimes keeping from backsliding too much is all you can do. Continue reading

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