Tag: SeniorAge Area Agency on Aging
Broken Brain, Sovereign God
According to the yearly Alzheimer’s Association publication dubbed “Alzheimer’s Disease Facts and Figures,” more than six million Americans of all ages have Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. While this mattered to me, say, 20 years ago, it wasn’t until it became personal to me because of my mom’s struggles that I fully appreciated the extent…
Tell me a time you have felt loved, Mary Bradley. I had been looking for Scrabble tiles for a project, and my honorary daughter made the project from start to finish and gave it to me for Christmas.
Tell me a time you have felt loved, Debra Piper-Slaughter. When we have a special meal like Christmas or Thanksgiving lunch and everyone turns out. The Center is full of neighbors and friends socializing over a delicious meal, filling the room with laughter and love.
Tell me a time you have felt loved, Terri Darrah. I have been married three times. I married my first husband on Pearl Harbor Day because it was the only opening the church had. She giggles and smiles big. I was in love with each. I miss them all.
Tell me a time you have felt loved, Mary Lee McFarland. I got married to the love of my life on Jan. 18, 2020. I feel blessed to have my sisters.
Senior Adults: 5 Boredom Busters to Beat the Stuck-Inside-Blues
We are about as far away from the dog days of summer as it gets, but January has its own dog days of winter blahs. It is easy to be locked inside unprepared by the wintry wonderland outside, so I offer to you five boredom busters to beat the stuck-inside-blues. words + photographs MARK APPLEGATE…