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Same Old Same Old: Worries About The Future

I am officially not young anymore. Why? Because I’m scared of time sneaking up on me.

No, I’m not talking about wrinkles and back problems. I’m talking about having to make choices. 557 more words


Tales from the Hair Salon

If you want to hear good stories, spend some time at the hair salon. The female stylists at my local salon are also good friends, and their conversations are a riot. 541 more words

Family Life

Keenan publication staff promotes core values

By Kynda Beckett, Deborah Bishop, Shaunté Davis, and Sir’Narria Scott, Contributing Reporters

The Keenan publication staff has been working on promoting the school’s core values in their newspaper for the 2015-2016 school year. 306 more words

Community Involvement

Déjà Vu

A year ago right now I found myself at a crossroads, which is nothing atypical of a college senior at the beginning of the end. My final semester was taking shape and on a daily basis someone would ask, “So, Sarah. 764 more words

Sabbatical Leave

Our Fellowship’s agreement with Rev. Andrew calls for him to be able to take a sabbatical after four years in our pulpit.  (He is now in his sixth year with us.)  This is standard practice for Unitarian Universalist congregations, although it will be a new experience for our congregation. 236 more words


Love and Money.

It’s funny how when you say those two words together, love and money, people conjure up many different things. It can be ideas of combining lives and finances, to those that only associate love with how much money someone has. 400 more words

Caring for a Loved One - Five Questions to Determine if you are a Caregiver

by Christine Steinmetz, J.D., Hotline Attorney

The Legal Hotline for Michigan Seniors receives many calls each week regarding caregivers. There comes a time in many people’s lives when they are unable to take care of themselves and may need to seek the help of others. 442 more words