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Category Archives: Mature years
Wandering in cyber space When the Internet first became available to the average user, we would say we were “surfing the web.” I never understood that phrase because each time I heard it a vision came before me of … Continue reading
I am the queen of falling. One day last winter my husband slipped on the ice and I had to help him up “You don’t fall down right. I need to show you how.” Well, I didn’t exactly fall down … Continue reading
I am cleaning up and going through old files that have become outdated and/or useless. Recycling center here I come. Information that was hot and new five years ago seems dumpy and old now. Not that I understand some of … Continue reading
Being a parent these days is complicated. I watch parents with two children put in more time than my generation did with five or six children. The custom then was to have the older ones help care for the younger … Continue reading
Another point of view is needed when dealing with the changes in our society when four different generations come together in the workplace, at church, in our neighborhoods–everyday life in general. As I stated in a recently published column in … Continue reading
Recently my husband and I were invited to join a senior ministry. In fact we are asked to help start one. Not one to hesitate when invited to something that would possibly involve food and eating, I accepted. Then I … Continue reading