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Autumnal sunsets, nothing new

Clouds ablaze and sky deep blue

Second looks, few hold dear

There’s other thoughts this time of year

Weather’s changing and holidays soon… 47 more words



pain is prison

a solitaire cell

pharmaceutical keys

don’t fit all its locks

a life sentence

imposed I suppose

by bad choices

genetics and one… 62 more words


Tues. Oct. 25, 2016: Writing, Traveling, Interviewing, Nano Musings

Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Waning Moon
Cloudy and cold

I haven’t meant to abandon the blog the past few days. A lot is going on, and only some of it can be discussed. 1,492 more words

InnovAge Nurse VanDerMeulen Loves PACE so Much, It’s Become a Habit

By Christina Pope

When Lacey VanDerMeulen moved to Colorado from Battle Creek, Michigan, two years ago, she was sad to leave behind her job with the CentraCare PACE program there. 321 more words


Ob La Di, Ob La Da . . . Life Goes On!

It’s been over a month since I last posted–an unusually long time for me to step away from family history and happenings. If you read my September 19th post, you will recall that I wrote about recent “Tumultuous, Terrific, Tragic, and Treasured Times . 1,008 more words

Culture & Identity

Aging well—guidance for the journey!

Here is a book to help you age energetically. “Samba ‘til the End” is a guide to growing older and enjoying the journey.  The book presents specific guidelines depending on your health and outlook. 121 more words

Energy Guidance Complete

Cubs In World Series!

I have been a Cubs fan since I was born!

I have no words to express how over the moon excited I am that they have made it to the World Series in my lifetime. 258 more words