Category Archives: Aging

Aging and caring for the aging

Back in the Old Days

It’s not what it used to be and maybe it never was, but growing up on a farm and in my family provided a good, solid basis for the next of my life. Continue reading

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The Laughter of Old Men & Little Children

Maybe it’s not exactly what Jesus meant by “bring those kids to me” but at least making little children laugh doesn’t contradict the notion! Continue reading

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Riding the Long Hills and Singing in the Dark

Singing old hymns together in the car gave me good memories of my dad… and much more. Continue reading

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Slip Sliding Away

If we’re going to let a Paul Simon song describe an afternoon climbing around the bluffs, we might want to be cautious in selecting a particular title. Continue reading

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Walking through Life’s Places

How long we’ve lived in any particular place probably isn’t nearly as important as how we’ve lived there… Continue reading

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Convision Experience

Realizing you need help can come easy or hard, simple or painful. When the same becomes scarier than the change… you’re probably ready. Continue reading

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Training Time

Seeing the challenges and frustrations in our lives as training for greater spirituality doesn’t make them fun; it can help us appreciate them more. Continue reading

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