Photo: Studiomill Is there something you’ve not accomplished that you’d like to accomplish? A worthy desire to give satisfaction for having done it? Most people will probably answer “Yes” to that inquiry. Many of us hold to worthwhile dreams that we hope will become reality
Photo: Studiomill Line up a group of Baby Boomers and ask how they’re preparing for the future and you’ll hear many different responses. Some may admit to not ever having health or life insurance or long-term care insurance because it’s too expensive.
Photo: A. Spencer An article in More Intelligent Life magazine explores how dangerous, risk-taking activities are becoming a big business. The article notes, “Adrenaline holidays are moving from a niche market to a mainstream ….
Photo: Dreamstime It has been one of the hardest life lessons for me to learn: to live one day at a time. Is it hard for you, too
Photo: Kelvin Vroegop Spring is slowly walking through the door where I live. Melting snow, windy days, and warmer weather all point to my favorite season when the world around me takes off the mantle of gray and white and slips on a velvet jacket of green. Walking leisurely with my three-year-old granddaughter in our field a few days ago, she looked down and said, “Look, Grandpa!” There, peeking through dead grass, was a brilliant, small, yellow flower—a buttercup.
Photo: Dreamstime “Minnie” is almost 97, agile and young at heart. She can still place both hands flat on the floor without bending her knees or getting dizzy. “My only problem,” she says, “is I forget things, like what day it is.” She suffers no physical pain, but her heart pain is deep on this day I visit
Photo: Dreamstime The big holiday feasts of winter are over, and it’s past time to get serious about eating less fattening foods.
Photo: Studiomill Each springtime, when buds and blossoms cover trees and bushes, my heart leaps—and always the words of the Song of Solomon, indeed, sing to my heart, especially, chapter two, verses 11 and 12, “For lo, the winter is past, the rain is over and gone.
Photo: Dreamstime I’m sick and tired of being sick and tired. The germs have hit hard in our family this winter. And with three kids under the age of eight, what goes around comes around